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Correct spelling for OVE

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Possible correct spellings for ove

  • One(Definition of one)
  • Is it that one?"

  • Dove(Definition of dove)
  • Tryon mingled the poison with the wisdom of the serpent-affected to be harmless as a dove and exercised a powerful influence over the people of the city of new york in favor of the crown.

  • Cove(Definition of cove)
  • These asked in proof of their view, why he had declined to fight when old cove had abused him so to his face.

  • Rove(Definition of rove)
  • But this was not so, nor did they rove the sea at will.

  • Ole
  • He send ole crookleg to tell her dat, and gib her sometin' what i've got hyar in my pocket, he!

  • Love(Definition of love)
  • Do you think i'm not in love with you?"

  • Wove(Definition of Wove)
  • The light that filtered down into the long aisles between the trees seemed to be absorbed in a blue-green haze through which the lianas wove their long curved lines.

  • Hove(Definition of Hove)
  • In half-an-hour the steamer hove in sight, and it was seen that he had again guessed correctly.

  • Over(Definition of over)
  • How did you come to be run over?"

  • I've
  • Now you know, 'cos i've told you."

  • Eve(Definition of eve)
  • Christmas eve arrived and redner went to sleep without having written the tune.

  • Ore(Definition of ore)
  • Reaching mr. welford's, i aroused him from his bed, and soon learned that he himself had recently opened a road through the woods in that direction for the purpose of hauling cord-wood and iron ore to his furnace.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • "ave imperatrix" will come as a surprise to those unacquainted with wilde's works.

  • Ode(Definition of ode)
  • Tennyson's ode was sung.

  • Oe
  • Hai kaamalama ia oe, hae' ke akua ulu ka niho.

  • Oven(Definition of oven)
  • This oven was a useless old thing and gave out no heat.

  • Ope(Definition of Ope)
  • Gaoler of the donjon deep- black from pit to parapet- in whose depths forever sleep famous bores whose sun has set, daily ope the portal; let in the bores who daily bore.

  • Jove(Definition of jove)
  • "by jove, how late it is!

  • Owe(Definition of owe)
  • "go away from here," he said; "i owe no account of my actions to any one."

  • Ova(Definition of Ova)
  • The mature or ripe segments are filled with ova.

  • Move(Definition of move)
  • "master," he said, softly; but the resident did not move.

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