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Correct spelling for REVEUE

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Possible correct spellings for reveue

  • Rave(Definition of rave)
  • We will have a supper to make a chef rave with envy soon!"

  • Reef(Definition of reef)
  • For his progress was as that of the insect which builds the reef; it was often imperceptible even to himself; yet always the work was going on.

  • Revalue(Definition of revalue)
  • If at any time we do revalue the values, let us write it down that the person who makes us yawn is a criminal knave, and then we will abolish matrimony and read plato again.

  • Reva
  • W reva, 1; 14 mi.

  • Reverie(Definition of reverie)
  • It was that which now haunted pierre's reverie.

  • Reeve(Definition of reeve)
  • "i wonder what old reeve would say to that view," he mused aloud.

  • Rive(Definition of rive)
  • Vesper raised himself on his elbow and glanced through the window at monsieur de la rive, who, with his bright wings folded close to his sides, was cheeping voluble remarks to mrs. nimmo.

  • Revenue(Definition of revenue)
  • With a surplus revenue of millions.

  • Revue
  • After this there were again delays, and, according to buloz, the whole of "seraphita" was never offered to the revue de paris.

  • Revenuer(Definition of revenuer)
  • Sim, said joe stacy gravely, i counseled turner ter put aside this notion-because i misdoubted hit would mean his death, but ef ye don't see no difference atween him an' a revenuer ye're jest a plain idjit-an' i don't mean no offense neither.

  • Revere(Definition of revere)
  • We must learn to imitate him, as well as to-" she hesitated, then added, "as well as to revere him, i do before the altars of the saints.

  • Rove(Definition of rove)
  • Bright rolls the settling lake, and brimming rove the vale's blue rills, and glitter as they flow.

  • Reverse(Definition of reverse)
  • He wrote again-a letter, short and the reverse of sweet.

  • Reefer(Definition of reefer)
  • And he regretted that he was a hospital assistant, and not a simple peasant, that he wore a reefer coat and a chain with a gilt key on it instead of a blue shirt with a cord tied round the waist.

  • Revues
  • Here is what the celebrated academician camille doucet writes in reply to the editor of the revue des revues, where several letters on war were published together:

  • Reveler
  • The hard frost had purified the air, and held the earth in its grip; the roads gave back every sound with the hard metallic ring which always strikes us with a new surprise; the heavy footsteps of some belated reveler, or a cab returning to paris, could be heard for a long distance with unwonted distinctness.

  • Revel(Definition of revel)
  • Does claude ever revel in solitudes?

  • Review(Definition of review)
  • I replied that i did not think of leaving cologne till after the grand review.

  • Rev
  • Hillswick, northmavine, january 12, 1872, rev.

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