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Possible correct spellings for oveer

  • Mover(Definition of mover)
  • They tell me it is primus motor, the first mover in a man, etc.

  • Dover
  • Presently there came riding that way the good sir bors, launcelot's nephew; for, when sir launcelot returned not to dover, sir bors and many another knight went forth in search of him.

  • Rover(Definition of rover)
  • "roderick," said the rover, after a long pause, "are you there?"

  • Over(Definition of over)
  • Go over to you?

  • Offer(Definition of offer)
  • It is certainly worth more than eleven hundred, which is all you offer.

  • I've
  • That's why i've brought you here.

  • Overs
  • On his brief stop-overs in the capital he kept his eyes and ears open for the earliest hint of any charge of chicanery, and though he was unable to get hold of gantry personally, he kept up a steady fire of letters and telegrams, all pointing to the same end-absolute and utter good faith, and the upholding of his hands in the public plea for a square deal.

  • Lever(Definition of lever)
  • What but experience, we may ask, in the first place, can possibly inform us that a force so applied will have any tendency to turn the lever on its centre at all?

  • Overt(Definition of overt)
  • Treason involved an overt act, he insisted; the actual levying of war by an assembling of armed men.

  • O'er(Definition of o'er)
  • 4. i will break it; for o'er the maid i have, as father, greatest power.

  • Hover(Definition of hover)
  • But night finally approached and then the great airship went silently aloft, ready to hover over the prison ground.

  • Evener(Definition of Evener)
  • Must we give men blows because they will not look at us? or chain them to make them hold the balance evener?

  • Sever(Definition of sever)
  • A bosom friend to ruin, the most sacred bonds to sever, last and not least, to give infinite sorrow to her i love?

  • E'er(Definition of e'er)
  • The boast of heraldry, the pomp of pow'r, and all that beauty, all that wealth e'er gave, await alike th' inevitable hour: the paths of glory lead but to the grave.

  • Oder
  • The fortresses of the elbe and the oder, which ought to have been his barrier, had become his base of operations; and so enormous were the forces at his command, that, after manning every stronghold in central europe, he was able at the beginning of june to bring 140,000 men into the field beyond the vistula.

  • Fever(Definition of fever)
  • "but you have, for you talked to her in your fever, and perhaps you will again, or perhaps you wish to marry her.

  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • How ever did you do it?"

  • Never(Definition of never)
  • "i shall never forget," she said.

  • Oven(Definition of oven)
  • I compare hand and oven, and i think of the hand in terms of the oven.

  • Ova(Definition of Ova)
  • The ova should be washed in some large vessel full of water in the manner above described.

  • Cover(Definition of cover)
  • It will be dark directly, and under cover of darkness he might get a long distance."

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • Suddenly, right in the middle of the ave verum, father gaucher slumped back into his stall and began singing in a piercing voice: in paris, there was a white canon, who went all the way with a black nun....

  • Soever(Definition of Soever)
  • For why- 1. to become religious is a virtue, by what means soever a man becomes so.

  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • "come jinny," he said, "i had no business to bring you aver."

  • Veer(Definition of veer)
  • Veer ordered his troops not to halt long and followed after banfy, but could not overtake him.

  • Eve(Definition of eve)
  • He owed money for his lodging, and was on the very eve of being sent to prison, when it occurred to him to write to burke.

  • Lover(Definition of lover)
  • She turned to her lover.

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