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Correct spelling for RECAIVED
We think the word recaived 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 recaived
- Removed(Definition of removed)
- Received(Definition of received)
- Relieved(Definition of relieved)
- Carved(Definition of carved)
- Caved(Definition of Caved)
- Reactive(Definition of reactive)
- Recover(Definition of recover)
- Revived(Definition of revived)
- Recoiled(Definition of Recoiled)
She raved about him, went into raptures, talked of him for whole hours together.
But since some limitation or other in the types of christianity which are dominant amongst us has given them their opportunity they must also be approached through some consideration of the christianity against which they have reacted.
He recalled mr. graham's preparations to return, when he was taken suddenly ill.
Somebody else called out: "my knife's so dull i'll never get my name carved on this desk.
Slobbering at the mouth; head caved in; immense rigor mortis; eyes dilated and gouged out; abdomen lacerated; hemorrhage from left ear.
In this system a centripetal force upon the ball provided by the string maintains the circular motion, and the reaction to it, usually called the reactive centrifugal force acts upon the string.