Correct spelling for IVILLAGE

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Possible correct spellings for ivillage

  • Algae(Definition of algae)
  • -shell scrapings, the stomachs of fish, marine algae, especially the brown and red algae, the hulls of vessels, mud from anchors and dredgings, are all sources which may prove valuable.

  • Allege(Definition of allege)
  • A few remarks on this subject are requisite, because of the objection brought against the irish, that they have never known municipal government, and also on account of the false assertions of some philosophical historians, who allege that the danes and anglo-normans, in turn, wrought a great good to ireland by bringing with them the boon of citizen rights.

  • Evaluate(Definition of evaluate)
  • That evening, a mass meeting was held at the holt street baptist church to evaluate the boycotts success.

  • Orville
  • At the opera i was able, from the upper gallery, to distinguish the happy party i had left, with lord orville seated next to mrs. mirvan.

  • Oblige(Definition of oblige)
  • "just to oblige you, murch-especially as i know you don't believe a word of it.

  • Average(Definition of average)
  • We have one brother-darker than the average native.

  • Uvula(Definition of uvula)
  • Flag(Definition of flag)
  • They soon came to open hostilities and raised the black flag.

  • Ovulate(Definition of ovulate)
  • Flake(Definition of flake)
  • Of this there is as yet no sign, except in the puerile and disgusting school of naturalism, a mere scum-flake-to keep up the metaphor-on the surface of the waters.

  • Foliage(Definition of foliage)
  • Thirty yards up stream a shapely ash tree hangs its branches, clothed with narrow sprays, right across the brook, the fantastic foliage almost touching the water.

  • Village(Definition of village)
  • Overage
  • Cross-Questions
  • Not content with requesting young ladies to recite verses, they will sometimes invert the natural order of things and compel children to act plays, while grown people will play cross-questions and crooked answers; or standing in a circle, and holding a cord in their hands, pass a ring from one to the other, while some one of the party is required to discover in whose possession it is to be found.

  • Avila
  • If ever there was an embodiment in architecture of the church militant, it is in the cathedral of avila.

  • Evilly
  • Lord hastings' response was louder than the rest and he smiled evilly as he cried: "death!"

  • Evil(Definition of evil)
  • Well-even this is better, than that helen grey should have come to evil through fault of mine.

  • Overlarge(Definition of overlarge)
  • Divulge(Definition of divulge)
  • When he again looked at the latter it was with the submissive affection of a grateful dog, and as if he were once more promising that he would divulge nothing, whatever might happen.