Correct spelling for NEARELY

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Possible correct spellings for nearely

  • Navel(Definition of navel)
  • The waist, he said, the waist, since one has to make use of that hideous word, should be a gradual, imperceptible, gentle transition from one to another of woman's two glories, her bosom and her womb, and you stupidly strangle it, you stave in the thorax, which involves the breasts in its ruin, you flatten your lower ribs, and you plough a horrible furrow above the navel.

  • Gnarly(Definition of gnarly)
  • He pulled the face off one of them, literally pulled it off with those gnarly fingers of his and those tremendous muscles.

  • Barely(Definition of barely)
  • He barely made it.

  • Newel(Definition of newel)
  • The scroll-pattern stair ends, balustrade and spiral newel treatment are much the same as at whitby hall.

  • Nelly
  • He found nelly sitting on the bank in her old faded print dress and he straightway forgot everything he ought to have remembered.

  • Namely(Definition of namely)
  • For a startlingly original ambition had awakened recently in his heart-namely, to pay off a little of the mortgage's principal along with the interest.

  • Neared(Definition of Neared)
  • As he neared the house he paused and listened, but there was no sound of high little voices anywhere.

  • Rarely(Definition of rarely)
  • It rarely keeps on the wing for more than a minute or two at a time, but occasionally will fly for ten minutes on end.

  • Neatly(Definition of neatly)
  • Nothing was visible but white paper, neatly fitted to the top of the box.

  • Really(Definition of really)
  • Is it-is it really all nonsense?

  • Merely(Definition of merely)
  • Wagg merely sat up.

  • Nearer(Definition of nearer)
  • Karine asked, coming a little nearer to me.

  • Newly(Definition of newly)
  • When i heard the dressing-bell ring across the fields, and the last gate would not open, and i found the railings through which i precipitated myself had been newly painted, i own i thought it had never been so hot all day.

  • Nary(Definition of nary)
  • If we'd got through the grand canyon rapids an' struck, unknowin', the white horse rapids-what they afterwards called the 'miners' grave'-nary a one o' the three of us would ha' come out alive.

  • Rely(Definition of rely)
  • For telegraphic communication from germany to america we had to rely solely on the two german wireless stations at sayville and tuckerton, erected shortly before the outbreak of war, and we soon succeeded, subject to american censorship, in getting a regular press-service, which was spread, not only over the whole of the united states, but was also passed on to south america and east asia.

  • Nearly(Definition of nearly)
  • You nearly killed me."

  • Wearily
  • "i don't remember," answered marcello, wearily.

  • Naively(Definition of naively)
  • He and stevenson became great friends, as stevenson naively tells in the verses we have already referred to, but even this did not quite overcome stevenson's restlessness.

  • Neural(Definition of neural)
  • Neural groove: is that furrow in the primitive layer of the embryo in which the nerve cord is formed.

  • Neal
  • "is that you, master neal?

  • Narrowly(Definition of narrowly)
  • She was looking at him narrowly.