Correct spelling for NEWPHES

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Possible correct spellings for newphes

  • Navies(Definition of Navies)
  • As an evidence of the exceedingly cordial relations existing between the two navies the admiralty proposed, in the latter part of may, that i should assume admiral bayly's command for several days while he took a little vacation on the west coast of ireland.

  • Nephew(Definition of nephew)
  • Loudly he called: "fair nephew, where art thou?

  • Cepheus(Definition of cepheus)
  • Around the pole-star he had discovered perseus and andromeda, and cepheus and cassiopeia's chair.

  • Nephews
  • It is known down town as the 'home for destitute nephews.

  • Ecosphere
  • The biosphere (from greek βίος bíos "life" and σφαῖρα sphaira "sphere") also known as the ecosphere (from greek οἶκος oîkos "environment" and σφαῖρα), is the worldwide sum of all ecosystems.

  • Nevus(Definition of nevus)
  • A spitz nevus (also known as an epithelioid and spindle-cell nevus, benign juvenile melanoma,:691 and "spitzs juvenile melanoma") is a benign melanocytic nevus, a type of skin lesion, affecting the epidermis and dermis.

  • Fluidic
  • Bcb bonding is used in the fabrication of channels for fluidic devices, for transfer protruding surface structures as well as for cmos controller wafers and integrated sma microactuators.

  • Neighs
  • Suddenly, on the quietest days, some flying squadron of the deep breaks high over lobos and neighs in her narrow caverns.

  • Niches
  • Napes
  • Heralded as a sport in england in the late 1880s after the (well publicised) solo first ascent of the napes needle by walter parry haskett smith, rock climbing attracted increasing numbers of participants.

  • Nerves
  • They never used to have these confounded nerves.

  • Nieves
  • Nymphs
  • News(Definition of news)
  • You have heard the news, sir?

  • Neaps
  • The shelving flats from the shores are also soft; and with the mangroves, which spread themselves from high water at the neaps, up in the country to the furthest reach of the spring tides, in some places for miles, render landing impossible in the upper parts of the bay, except at some few spots already noticed.

  • Newts
  • Naves
  • Naves resolution et discovery de rege magnae britanniae, decembris 1776.

  • Nevis
  • They retired to nevis, where they must have perished by famine, had they not been providentially relieved by vice-admiral graydon, in his way to jamaica.

  • Neophytes
  • A jesuit, who was formerly a missionary among the cannibals, at the time when canada still belonged to the king of france, related to me that once, as he was explaining these jewish laws to his neophytes, a little impudent frenchman, who was present at the catechising, cried out, "they are the laws of cannibals."

  • Newsier
  • Newness(Definition of newness)
  • She likes the newness of the house and the air of costliness about it, but most of all, she feels that she could never settle down to our monotonous way of living.