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Correct spelling for ONVER

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Possible correct spellings for onver

  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • But have you ever seen her?

  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • Every one murmured, and some chroniclers aver that there was a regular tumult, more than encouraged by the duke's friends, and not checked even by the lord high steward himself.

  • Once(Definition of once)
  • I would eat them all at once, and now.

  • Denver
  • And this is doctor bewick, gerald, to whom i am under a thousand obligations, besides the obligation of his having probably saved my life out in denver, not so many years ago, when i was dangerously ill."

  • Infer(Definition of infer)
  • I infer that there are several tribes living here."

  • Anger(Definition of anger)
  • In hot anger this would be quite impossible.

  • Elver(Definition of elver)
  • Under(Definition of under)
  • Good: he could not, i am told, be elected mayor again under any circumstances.

  • Oven(Definition of oven)
  • The wind that drove the myriads upon myriads of tiny sand grains now darkening the air, was ardent as the blast from an opened oven-door.

  • Convey(Definition of convey)
  • It was intended not to convey a definite body of knowledge on any subject, but rather to round out the knowledge acquired in the regular course at the university of paris, and to dwell particularly on recent lines of advance in special subjects in a manner that would encourage original investigation.

  • Enter(Definition of enter)
  • We thought it was father, of course, and we all hurried to the door to let him in, and at the same time to make it nearly impossible that he should enter at all.

  • Confer(Definition of confer)
  • 28 men should friendly confer together, and offer one another their gifts and knowledge in love, and try things one with another, and hold that which is best, and not so stand in their own opinion as if they could not err.

  • Envy(Definition of envy)
  • Seeing this castle of the princess's makes me quite envy you having dunelin.

  • Inter(Definition of inter)
  • In inter-tropical countries they are still more abundant, and exhibit peculiarities in growth which probably might justify their collection into a distinct group.

  • One(Definition of one)
  • But i do know one of them.

  • Envoy(Definition of envoy)
  • Say to the prefect that in three hours' time the british envoy will come to his camp with the king's answer to his summons."

  • Never(Definition of never)
  • "my dear child, this will never do.

  • Oliver(Definition of oliver)
  • I had long promised to make a hunting trip with hector and his two young brothers, oliver and ralph.

  • Invert(Definition of invert)
  • Place a piece of cardboard over its mouth and invert, without spilling, in a pan of water.

  • Ones(Definition of Ones)
  • "have you no better ones?

  • Offer(Definition of offer)
  • How should i not be glad of this offer?"

  • Owner(Definition of owner)
  • Told some sort of tale to the owner.

  • Inner(Definition of inner)
  • "yes," said miss grandiere, rising and going to a door on the side leading into an inner chamber.

  • Invar(Definition of invar)
  • Over(Definition of over)
  • I was only over at khanmulla.

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