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Correct spelling for INVER
We think the word inver 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 inver
- Inure(Definition of inure)
- Ever(Definition of ever)
- Over(Definition of over)
- Infer(Definition of infer)
- Invar(Definition of invar)
- Inter(Definition of inter)
- Aver(Definition of aver)
- Inveigh(Definition of inveigh)
- Invader(Definition of invader)
- Invert(Definition of invert)
- Never(Definition of never)
- Inert(Definition of inert)
- Inverse(Definition of inverse)
- Inner(Definition of inner)
What seemed worse to him was that this woman whom he now felt he must be bound to in order to be happy, should from the first moment inure herself in the belief that she had gained a conquest of him and thus the equilibrium in a future union would be disturbed.
What ever can i do?
He had left him to infer that she had been caught by a nearer attraction in his absence-an inference which her present engagement to his brother had seemed to confirm.
Above, through leaves, where the tree-twigs inter-twist, he spied the birds and the bill of the speaking bird.
The inference of everything she says, does and unconsciously infers, is that she is a cultivated lady, accustomed to talking with people of our world-people who know england and its great houses well enough to have made her familiar with the knowledge of where certain pieces of famous furniture are. -the very phrasing of her sentences is the phrasing of our shibboleth, and not the phrasing of the professional classes.
They positively aver, that a young girl, who was washing linen on the margin of the water, was carried down to the bottom of the dniepr, and that her body never again rose to the surface.
"i've done with it, sir.
"i wish i could join the yeomanry and come with you, if you would have me," laughed lennard, whose spirits had been rising rapidly during the last half-hour or so, "only i reckon, as mr parmenter would put it, that i shall have all my work cut out getting ready to give our celestial invader a warm reception.
Catacomb kids cuddle up and test the paper. When the town's speed freaks sleep, trap the traitor. He will ask for papers. ?See I?m a nice invader?,– Catacomb Kids by aesop rock
"i don't suppose there's anything i can say or do to change your mind," her tone was inert, drained.
68th inf. br. nelson, roy, minneapolis.
"out there is the man who is to fill out my life," she uttered to herself softly, so that only her inner ear heard.