Correct spelling for IEW

We think the word iew is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word

Possible correct spellings for iew

  • Few(Definition of few)
  • And very few men know the way to do as much.

  • Pew(Definition of pew)
  • Mr. force bowed his acknowledgment of her apology, and then led her up to the pew occupied by his wife and daughters, and introduced her as follows: "mrs. col.

  • Lew(Definition of Lew)
  • Better make a note of that, lew.

  • Yew(Definition of yew)
  • It was a long strong bow, all made of yew-tree.

  • View(Definition of view)
  • What his view of herr dremmel would be she very exactly knew.

  • Hew(Definition of hew)
  • We often feel, for example, that somehow there is a mysterious power controlling our lives; and this experience he voices in the well-known lines,- "there's a divinity that shapes our ends, rough-hew them how we will."

  • Ie
  • Hasekenh thiwakwekonh deyunennyatenyon nene konnerhonyon, "ie henskerighwaghfonte."

  • Mew(Definition of mew)
  • My mother had a sandy cat, which sometimes used to open its mouth wide with a mew which nobody could hear, and the silent laugh of that red-haired priest used to put me wonderfully in mind of the silent mew of my mother's sandy-red cat.

  • New(Definition of new)
  • He's a new man."

  • Dew(Definition of dew)
  • With the ground in the dry state it is in, this mist, accompanied as it is by a heavy dew, is your only chance of a scent.

  • Jew(Definition of jew)
  • The only thing that reminded me what people i belonged to, was the look of contempt i received now and then from christians; and the little children in the streets calling after me, 'jew, jew.

  • Sew(Definition of sew)
  • His wife stayed with him to be company, when, without an old-fashioned ideal of married life, her natural bent would have urged her indoors, where the lamps were, to read or sew or even play patience.