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Correct spelling for PROVEKE
We think the word proveke 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 proveke
- Prove(Definition of prove)
- Proven(Definition of proven)
- Protege(Definition of protege)
- Proverb(Definition of proverb)
- Provide(Definition of provide)
- Provoker(Definition of provoker)
- Provoked(Definition of provoked)
- Provoke(Definition of provoke)
"and this seems to prove it.
At fairfield the soil is light-colored clay, but at provo it is sandy and darker.
He had such a presentiment of danger that he did not think of smiling, as he would have done on any other occasion, at the absolute success of the deception which he and boleslas had planned on the preceding day, and of which the count had said, with a fatuity now proven: "maud will be so happy to see me that she will believe all."
Johnny nelson was the protege, and he could do no wrong.
There is a well-known old proverb, that says "one wedding makes many,"-or something to the same purpose; and i should not be surprised if it holds good in the present instance.
The ranks of the intellectualists, in fact, are recruited from three main sources.
I, who am not able to support myself, must now provide for two.
6:13; john 17:11, 15; prov.
Rosalind was provoked; but every one in the room had already crowded round the piano, and having no inclination to enter upon any discussion, she sat down prepared to sing whatever was placed before her.
It proves to be sergeant anderson's baby whose cradle has started afloat, and there is a general rush to rescue moses from his bulrushes.
"everything must be proved," tom said, cautiously.
"then don't you provoke a fellow," cried henry, raising his voice.