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Correct spelling for SEVEIR

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Possible correct spellings for seveir

  • Saver(Definition of saver)
  • The life-saver who had just been speaking, got up quickly and went in to relieve ryan.

  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • If ever i can do anything, i want to.

  • Seer(Definition of seer)
  • But plato was not merely a dialectician, he was also a seer and a poet.

  • Save(Definition of save)
  • She is heart-whole save in love for you.

  • Levier
  • Change speed lever catch fork chape du cliquet de levier de changement de vitesse.

  • Serve(Definition of serve)
  • 11,984. do you think the fishermen have plenty of money to serve their purposes?

  • Savior(Definition of savior)
  • He said he was going a long journey with his wife; and now, may the dear savior help the poor darling, for he has gone his long journey without her."

  • Seven(Definition of seven)
  • I was seven years old when i learnt to read, but it was a long time before i could write.

  • Sever(Definition of sever)
  • Etienne, you are the duc de nivron, and you will be, after me, the duc d'herouville, peer of france, knight of the orders and of the golden fleece, captain of a hundred men-at-arms, grand-bailiff of bessin, governor of normandy, lord of twenty-seven domains counting sixty-nine steeples, marquis de saint-sever.

  • Alehouses
  • There hath not been these three years any proclamation published, which pleased her fancy better: for now her husband will have some pastime, and good company at home, so that he needs not go to seek it in the evening in alehouses or other places.

  • Xavier(Definition of xavier)
  • "reckon dey's after cod," suggested xavier.

  • Severe(Definition of severe)
  • "you are severe, my son, you are severe on brother diogo.

  • Severn
  • It had been used by the legions at the time that ostorius had built a line of forts stretching from the nen to the severn, and by it they had advanced when the iceni had risen; but from that time it had been unused by them, as the iceni had paid their tribute regularly, and held aloof from all hostile movements against them.

  • Severer
  • The writer of this note knows that he has in his possession some beautiful manuscript tales, descriptive of the manners of poland; one called "amoina," a most remarkable story; another, entitled, "my grandmamma," full of interesting matter, written as a solace in occasional rests from severer literary occupations.

  • Server(Definition of server)
  • He was a kind-hearted lad; he had something of marjorie's spirit, and was always willing to throw himself into breaches, to heal disputes, to be a sort of peacemaker and server all round.

  • Severs
  • He holds the cone stem end upward in his fore paws which are so like hands, severs the base of the scale with his ivory shears and has munched the two little seeds that cling under the very bottom of the scale, almost before you can see him do it.

  • Soever(Definition of Soever)
  • If such an one would have aught from the levant he may get it only through the merchants' hall or fondaco in venice; and much less is a german suffered to carry his wares, of what kind soever, out of venice into the east, inasmuch as every german trader is bound to sell by the hand of the syndicate all which his native land can produce or make in venice itself.

  • Sieve(Definition of sieve)
  • Rub together one tablespoonful of butter and two tablespoonfuls of flour; add it to the milk; stir and cook until thick; add the mushrooms, and press the whole through a sieve; season to taste with salt and pepper only.

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