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Possible correct spellings for ovetr

  • Overate
  • Ovary(Definition of ovary)
  • Rutaceae, a. st. -hilaire on difference in ovary of same plants of.

  • Overt(Definition of overt)
  • Overtly(Definition of Overtly)
  • Avery
  • "you shall lean just as hard as you like," avery said, and, bending, kissed the tired face.

  • Evert(Definition of evert)
  • There are 4 cases in the history of tennis (two of which occurred in the french open in one tournament), when the player who lost the 2 bagel sets in the match , was the winner: 1935 (us championship among professionals) bill tilden – karel koželuh 0–6, 6–1, 6–4, 0–6, 6–4 1962 (tasmanian championship) rod laver – neale fraser 7–5, 0–6, 0–6, 6–1, 6–2 1969 (french open) stanley matthews – ilie nastase 6–3, 0–6, 0–6, 6–4, 8–6 1969 (french open) dennis ralston – patricio rodríguez 6–2, 6–4, 0–6, 0–6, 6–4 in 1981, in the first round of the us championship jimmy connors, who in the mid-70s almost married chris evert, beat her then-husband john lloyd with a score of 6–0, 6–0, 6–2.

  • Outre(Definition of outre)
  • There were heard also the words "cavalier" and "roundhead;" but these were only terms of boasting and reproach-proceeding principally from the lips of ribald royalists, humiliated by defeat, and giving way to the ferocious instincts that have distinguished "toryism" in all times; alas! still rife at the present day, both in the tax-paying shires of england, and the slave-holding territories outre the atlantic.

  • Overdo(Definition of overdo)
  • Overtire
  • Overture(Definition of overture)
  • After(Definition of after)
  • After all-" "no, no!

  • Over(Definition of over)
  • I'll have to talk it over with ...

  • Avert(Definition of avert)
  • Again, we learn the precious lesson that prayer for others is a real power, and does bring down blessings and avert evils.

  • Every(Definition of every)
  • Yet he went almost every day to her house.

  • Averts
  • I am sitting with my back to the light, and have asked for a shade for the lamp, on the plea that the wind has cut my eyes-but, in spite of my precautions, i am well aware that the disfigurement of my face is still unmistakably evident to the most casual eye; and, from the anxious care with which barbara looks away from me, when she addresses me, i can perceive that she has observed it, as, indeed, how could she fail to do? if tou tou were here, she would overwhelm me with officious questions-would stare me crazy, but barbara averts her eyes, and asks nothing.

  • Oft(Definition of oft)
  • All through the night i heard her deep and bitter sobs, and the oft-repeated name of him that she had lost.

  • Overturn(Definition of overturn)
  • Ovate(Definition of ovate)
  • It is a rambling plant, with ovate-cordate, almost sessile leaves, and bears tiny white flowers that are succeeded by purplish fruit.

  • Overdraw(Definition of overdraw)
  • Overdrew(Definition of Overdrew)
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