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Correct spelling for NOTHAVE
We think the word nothave is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for nothave
- Norther(Definition of norther)
- Knothole(Definition of knothole)
- Nave(Definition of nave)
- Northern(Definition of northern)
- Knave(Definition of knave)
- Navy(Definition of navy)
- Native(Definition of native)
- Nerve(Definition of nerve)
- Naive(Definition of naive)
- North(Definition of north)
- Notify(Definition of notify)
- Nether(Definition of nether)
- Nuthatch(Definition of nuthatch)
- Thieve(Definition of thieve)
- Nothing(Definition of nothing)
But instead of the eye there appeared a stick of candy twisted in a paper and thrust through; at another time some fresh dates, strung on a long string, were found dangling on the inner side of the fence-the knothole having provided the point of entrance for each date; once a small bunch of wild flowers graced it on the yard side.
It is pleasing with the memory of all this in one's heart-and upon it there is a famous song-to come upon swanscombe church, in which much would seem to be of saxon times, as parts of the walls of both nave and chancel, and the lower part of the tower, where one may see signs of roman brick.
The rest either love me, or at least do not show otherwise, though i know sir w. pen to be a false knave touching me, though he seems fair.
Has an office in the blake building, and is employed just now, so i've heard, by the navy department."
Fortunate was it, then, for maltravers, that he was in his native land, not in climes where excitement is in the pursuit of pleasure rather than in the exercise of duties.
I was prepared for it happening; it was a possibility; but i nearly lost my nerve all the same.
He asked no longer whether herminia was the sort of girl who could make him comfortable; he asked only, with that delicious tremor of self-distrust which belongs to naive youth, whether he dare offer himself to one so pure and good and beautiful.
But the north was in different case.
Both, for certain, loved to rule, and as i watched them, seeing each shoot out her nether lip if the other spoke a word to cross her, i found it right good sport; but at the same time i was amazed to hear how truly old dame pernhart understood and spoke of ann.