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Correct spelling for IPROVE
We think the word iprove 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 iprove
- Improve(Definition of improve)
- Prove(Definition of prove)
- Approve(Definition of approve)
- Reprove(Definition of reprove)
When you begin to grow, you will improve your mind.
"no." "you must prove it by your old ways, then; or i shall never think this place the dear home i left a month ago."
329. do you approve of a boy eating meat with his breakfast?
But it was not that you felt too deeply to reprove."
It has been pointed out that if the metropolis grows according to predictions, a major part of that growth is going to be upriver, and the main stem of the potomac will have the same relationship to the metropolis of the future that rock creek has to the washington of today.
Painted pottery 302-307 parowan pottery 292 pitcher forms 307 plain pottery 299-301 pottery catalogue of jaines stevenson 265 developed from basketry 359 mended by pueblos 286 property buried with the dead 288 provo, utah, pottery from 321 pueblo art 266 coiled ware 273-275 putnam, prof. f. w., cited 279
The topic of one is, "on the wrong which sin does to human nature;"-text from prov.