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Correct spelling for MVERY

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Possible correct spellings for mvery

  • Merry(Definition of merry)
  • I wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year, my dear!"

  • Miry(Definition of miry)
  • Still more dark and dismal grew those mazes-more wet and miry the morass.

  • Ferry(Definition of ferry)
  • "on the right-hand side," she wrote, "when you come to the ferry, stands a little inn, the 'sloop,' among trees, with a yard behind it.

  • Mover(Definition of mover)
  • That such a resolution, passed with such an intent, and pressing at a thousand points on relations and interests vital to the free states, should be hailed, as it has been, by a portion of the northern press as a "compromise" originating in deference to northern interests, and to be received by us as a free-will offering of disinterested benevolence, demanding our gratitude to the mover,-may well cover us with shame.

  • Mare(Definition of mare)
  • "there is only one mare like this one," laughed the rangar.

  • Livery(Definition of livery)
  • She put him up at a livery-stable near her church and always paid for him herself.

  • Memory
  • "it was while you was away, alfred," she continued, "and-and there was so much talk about what i was doing at that time, you remember, to-to show respect for dick's memory.

  • Mire(Definition of mire)
  • Twice she had to alight and cling to the sliding wheels on one of those treacherous inclines, or drag them from impending ruts or immovable mire.

  • Ivory(Definition of ivory)
  • You have got the ivory?

  • Moray
  • We know that he followed his grandfather's policy of making grants of land in moray, and this is probably the germ of truth in fordun's statement.

  • Frey
  • I saw a reproduction in one of the architectural journals of a house in boston by a man named frey, that seemed to me to have great charm.

  • Every(Definition of every)
  • I'm there every time.

  • Mere(Definition of mere)
  • I only threw out the suggestion as a mere suggestion.

  • Misery(Definition of misery)
  • You forget that her father has been the accursed cause of all this misery?

  • Ovary(Definition of ovary)
  • It is known to be almost if not quite impossible to remove the ovary completely from a hen, owing to its close attachment over the great post-caval vein.

  • Mfr
  • From october 25, 2014 to june 13, 2015, media factory is republishing cobra the space pirate through its mfr series.

  • Marry(Definition of marry)
  • I am going to marry him.

  • Mri
  • Frequently, arachnoid cysts are incidental findings on mri scans performed for other clinical reasons.

  • More(Definition of more)
  • I can do no more.

  • Move(Definition of move)
  • This move of the metropolitan has put him on the run, and he'll keep everyone in the theater running till the opera's out.

  • Avery
  • That you-you, avery,-should come to me-like this!

  • Fiery(Definition of fiery)
  • But he could not start before dawn, even though fiery impatience and wrath burned in his veins.

  • Mary(Definition of mary)
  • We'll keep her out here, mary, and never let her go home.

  • Movers
  • But we're pretty quick movers when we have to move!

  • Very(Definition of very)
  • It was very good.

  • Fry(Definition of fry)
  • Leaving virginia in the kitchen, to fry wiley's steak, she rushed into the dining-room with her eyes ablaze and all but shook his hand.

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