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Correct spelling for IV'E

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Possible correct spellings for iv'e

  • Ire(Definition of ire)
  • The woman who brought the bread threw the remainder in anger to the other; she as quickly cast it back again; in this foolish way they kept on for some time, till their fury rose to such a height that they at length sprang at one another, catching hold of the hair of the head; and when each had uprooted a handful their ire seemed satisfied.

  • Eve(Definition of eve)
  • Again we had a feast on new year's eve, in my room.

  • Dive(Definition of dive)
  • Is there a man here who can dive?

  • Jive(Definition of jive)
  • Songs made famous by adderley and his bands include "this here" (written by bobby timmons), "the jive samba", "work song" (written by nat adderley), "mercy, mercy, mercy" (written by joe zawinul) and "walk tall" (written by zawinul, marrow, and rein).

  • Ie
  • In the word doggie for dog, lassie for lass, the addition of the -ie makes the word not so much a diminutive as a term of tenderness or endearment.

  • Hive(Definition of hive)
  • We need you, so do not leave the hive."

  • Ivs(Definition of IVS)
  • The first open revolt occurred two years after bosworth field; lambert simnel claimed to be edward plantagenet, 17th earl of warwick, who was edward ivs nephew.

  • Rive(Definition of rive)
  • With the exception of the earthquake in the mississippi valley, all the great shocks of which we have a record have occurred in or near regions where the rocks have been extensively disturbed by mountain-building forces, and where the indications lead us to believe that dislocations of strata, such as are competent to rive the beds asunder, may still be in progress.

  • Ives
  • I've sent word home by tummels that if anyone in st. ives falls sick to-day he'll have to send over to penzance."

  • Vie(Definition of vie)
  • And streams that late might vie with alpine cold, to flames themselves, not now in heat would yield.

  • Five(Definition of five)
  • The origin of five mutations in eye-color in drosophila, and their mode of inheritance.

  • Iv
  • 6 but do not let us quarrel any more iv.

  • Live(Definition of live)
  • The man who sat next to me happened to stoop to fill his cartridge-box just as the bullet that wanted the space he had occupied passed over his bent shoulder; and so he was not killed, but will live for sixty years, perhaps, and will do much good or much evil.

  • Ike
  • Man to man, he was not afraid of ike, but there were his friends.

  • Wive(Definition of wive)
  • Iva
  • Last summer term merle had considered herself the chosen chum of iva westwood, but now iva had completely fallen into the arms of kitty trefyre.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • We entered with the usual salutation or rather summons, "ave maria!"

  • Give(Definition of give)
  • They do not give it here.

  • Ivy(Definition of ivy)
  • I took him to the dead tree covered with ivy and asked him to lie down on the ground and listen.

  • I've
  • I've been unhappy a long time.

  • Ice(Definition of ice)
  • I had been promised some hot water, but as i waited and waited and none arrived, i proceeded to break the ice in my jug-it was a bitterly cold morning, nice "old-fashioned" weather-and to wash in the half-frozen contents.

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