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Correct spelling for OVER

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Possible correct spellings for over

  • Cover(Definition of cover)
  • No, come and sit on my knee, and cover my eyes with your hands.

  • Mover(Definition of mover)
  • He stood for a moment upon the threshold watching them go triumphantly, if unsteadily, up the street; then turned to the interior of the store to find maclean seated upon a stool, with his head against the table, submitting with a smile of pure content to the ministrations of the dove-like mover of the late turmoil, who with trembling fingers was striving to bind her kerchief about a great cut in his forehead.

  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • I don't blame you for anything you ever did.

  • Over(Definition of over)
  • Peter couldn't get over that.

  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • "anyway, he has a grand pair of hands," terry has been heard to aver.

  • Hover(Definition of hover)
  • Long it will not be given me to hold thee here; but even in the hours of years of our separation my spirit will hover near thee, to bear thine to our everlasting home."

  • Overs
  • This is lined in with a pencil, and folded over on the line b and rubbed off. this is lined in and folded over on a and c, rubbed off as before, and the whole lined in. the overs and unders of the lines are then marked, and gouges selected to fit. of course it will take several trials before the lines will interlace pleasantly, and the tools fit in. another centre, in which a spray is repeated three times, is shown at fig. 109, and any number of others will occur to the student after a little practice.

  • Lover(Definition of lover)
  • My lover is at the war.

  • Rover(Definition of rover)
  • In the principal of the lower apartments, or the ward-room, the rover found his newly enlisted lieutenant apparently busy in studying the regulations of the service in which he had just embarked.

  • Oven(Definition of oven)
  • After moodie left, i suffered the fire to die away in the franklin stove in the parlour, and went into the kitchen to prepare bread for the oven.

  • Oder
  • Zapp retorted, "because, from the way he says nothing about giving us an order oder looking over our sample line, birsky, i got my doubts."

  • Overt(Definition of overt)
  • Although, when we had rejoined the ladies for half an hour, after leaving colonel menendez's room, there had been no overt reference to the menace overhanging the house, yet, as we separated for the night, i had detected again in val beverley's eyes that look of repressed fear.

  • Dover
  • He sent for godwine, as earl of the district in which lay the offending town, and commanded him to inflict chastisement on dover.

  • O'er(Definition of o'er)
  • What fury of wild thought came o'er thee?

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