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Correct spelling for OVER100
We think the word over100 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 over100
- Aver(Definition of aver)
- Cover(Definition of cover)
- Ever(Definition of ever)
- Offer(Definition of offer)
- Rover(Definition of rover)
- Mover(Definition of mover)
- Overt(Definition of overt)
- O'er(Definition of o'er)
- Ave(Definition of Ave)
- Oven(Definition of oven)
- Ova(Definition of Ova)
- Lover(Definition of lover)
- Hover(Definition of hover)
- Over(Definition of over)
- Eve(Definition of eve)
Besides, i may safely aver, that this is a kind of phraseology which all correct usage always did reject.
No, i will not go away, for no matter how high the waters come they shall never cover this spot.
Things could not go on like this for ever.
I've just left her house now, and i want to go to london.
I wish they'd wait till i had something to offer you.
Lionel stood by me, and then commenced-"we arrived at dover the evening of the day that we left, miss valerie; and lady r-, who had been in a state of great agitation during the journey, was so unwell, that she remained there four or five days.
"roderick," continued the rover, "this is my future lieutenant, and, of course, your officer, and my friend.
From mrs catanach's behaviour, every one believed that she knew all about the affair, but no one had a suspicion that she was the hidden fountain and prime mover of the report-so far to the contrary was it that people generally anticipated a frightful result for her when the truth came to be known, for that mrs stewart would follow her with all the vengeance of a bereaved tigress.
Spanish troops had taken up a position east of the sabine river, on what was american soil; and only an overt act was needed to precipitate war.
Smile o'er each pitiful token, leaving the sorrow for me; drink deep of life's fond illusion, gaze on the storm-cloud and flee swiftly, through strife and confusion, leaving the burden to me.
Hohenlohe's poor remnant of an army passed the elbe at magdeburg, and took the road for stettin, at the mouth of the oder, leaving berlin to its fate.
And marius, a delightful french comedian, was in the cast; and there were those songs dear to memory: "ave, my mother," "the artless thing," "to age's dull december," and pair of lovers meet, stolen vows are sweet, sighs, etcetera.
They are coming with staves and spears and they will tread us down as grass and burn us in this house like the locusts cast into the oven."
It is possible, of course, for a housekeeper to spend an undue amount of time in utilizing left-overs or to defeat her efforts in thrift and buy expensive supplementary foods in order to use food on hand.
Take a pail, half-filled with ova, and then fill up with water, and with a small lading-can lift some of the water out, and pour it back again, so as to cause a downward current, which will agitate the ova.
She was going after her lover.
"it will be dark then," said mr. borious, "and if you can hover in your airship near at hand, and if mr. petrofsky can call out to his brother to run to him, we can take him up with us and get away before the guards know what we are doing."
He is trembling all over.
Although so shy, the antelope is as inquisitive as mother eve was; and will often approach its most dangerous enemy to satisfy its instinct of curiosity.