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Correct spelling for I'VER

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Possible correct spellings for i'ver

  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • And the little story had the effect on mr. todd of causing him mentally to vow that he'd "ship with no man who didn't allow smoking," and openly aver that no sincere, consistent christian clergyman would be satisfied to stultify himself and waste his energies in the comfort and ease of a naval chaplaincy, and that a chaplain who would smoke should be discredited and forced out of the profession.

  • Over(Definition of over)
  • Please let's talk things over.

  • Eve(Definition of eve)
  • "monsieur is emphatic," eve suggested demurely.

  • River(Definition of river)
  • You know the river?

  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • The kernel keeps as good wiskey as i ever got enywhere.

  • Iva
  • "i beg to propose merle," piped iva.

  • Iv
  • 16 372 heretic's tragedy, the 1855 iv.

  • Liver(Definition of liver)
  • Certain lines and spots found on the liver foretell disaster, while a normal organ assures success.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • Thus emma morton went; thus ave calvin disappeared, and so laura nesbit vanished from the spring chickens and appeared in morty sands's bower!

  • I've
  • Oh, i've got goloshes.

  • Ives
  • Fact is, i'm off in s'arch of your nephew phoby geen, that has taken the fly round to st. ives, unless i be greatly mistaken; and what's more, unless i be greatly mistaken, he means to lay information against dan'l.

  • Diver(Definition of diver)
  • The gigantic starfish had attacked ned from above, settling down on him so that the head of the diver was at the middle of the creature's body, the five arms, dropping over ned in a sort of living canopy.

  • Fiver
  • "not fool enough to want a fiver, i suppose," he said without offering to shake hands, for if ever there was a careless fellow about forms, here you had him.

  • Ivy(Definition of ivy)
  • What a quaint, picturesque thing that is, and built of stone, too, with ivy all over it!

  • Giver(Definition of giver)
  • Thus he found that it is indeed "more blessed to give than to receive," and the gift returned to bless the giver many times."

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