Correct spelling for KAVE

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Possible correct spellings for kave

  • Kale(Definition of kale)
  • The kale pouch wa'n't so heavy, and from the seedy blue suit and the faded old cap i judged he could use that extra quarter.

  • Cave(Definition of cave)
  • The platform before the cave was about eight or nine feet from the level where we stood, or he would have reached it at a single bound.

  • Lave(Definition of lave)
  • Come over with me after i lave the bags at the office, and i 'll show you bits of every one i speak of.

  • Have(Definition of have)
  • Have you seen anything of him?"

  • Kane
  • A memorable instance of this phenomenon is recorded by dr. kane in the journal of his last voyage to the polar regions.

  • Nave(Definition of nave)
  • The four columns of the nave are twenty-three feet in height, and have bell-shaped capitals, while those of the aisles, two on either side, are eighteen feet high, and are crowned with lotiform capitals.

  • Knave(Definition of knave)
  • Knave and four others.

  • Rave(Definition of rave)
  • He began to rave.

  • Save(Definition of save)
  • We've got to save them first.

  • Eave
  • Kate
  • "kate, my dear heart," he cried, "let us have something to eat.

  • Wave(Definition of wave)
  • I will bow, and wave my hand, thus-when i wish to be alone with the lady.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • Was it he whom my mother called octave?

  • Fave
  • Pave(Definition of pave)
  • Into his few introductory stories the teacher should fit some account of the iniquities of the suitors and the fact of the journey of telemachus-this to pave the way for the delightful story of his return.

  • Dave
  • Never mind, dave, it was very sweet of you."

  • Kaye
  • Teaching euery stop and kaye, to those vpon the pipe that playe, those which wind-instruments we call or soft, or lowd, or greate, or small, chorus.

  • Gave(Definition of Gave)
  • He gave me you."