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Correct spelling for STEEVE

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Possible correct spellings for steeve

  • Steel(Definition of steel)
  • I would have been as true as steel to him, even if he had lived to be an hundred.

  • Sieve(Definition of sieve)
  • Every one of them stood putting through the sieve?

  • Steve
  • "just about," steve replied.

  • Starve(Definition of starve)
  • He knew that he must be hard up for food, and he could not allow the man to starve to death without making an effort to relieve his wants.

  • Steep(Definition of steep)
  • Then they said good-bye to one another; mr. kirke kissed the priest's hand in gratitude for what he had done for him, and then turned back along the edge of the downs, riding this time outside the woods, while the party led their horses carefully down the steep slope, across the pilgrim's way, and then struck straight out over the meadows to seal.

  • Steed(Definition of steed)
  • "sire," says he, "now take this steed, for i should do wrong to keep back anything of yours."

  • Strove(Definition of Strove)
  • He strove in vain to steal from me the jewel of my soul, the love of preciosa.

  • Serve(Definition of serve)
  • Will one of the first class men serve as crew captain, sir?

  • Steven(Definition of Steven)
  • William h. waldron, chief of staff; major steven c. clark, adjutant general.

  • Steeper(Definition of steeper)
  • At evening, if you watch the sunset from the top of the rampart, as the red disc sinks to the horizon and the shadows lengthen-the trees below and the old barn throwing their shadows up the slope-the eye is deceived by the position of the light and the hill seems much higher and steeper, looking down from the summit, than it does at noonday.

  • Steele(Definition of steele)
  • So she would put them all aside and turn the tables on her friends, and go on her own way, proud, peerless, cecil castlemaine, conquering and unconquered; and steele must have had her name in his thoughts, and honored it heartily and sincerely, when he wrote one tuesday, on the 21st of october, under the domino of his church coquette, "i say i do honor to those who can be coquettes and are not such, but i despise all who would be so, and, in despair of arriving at it themselves, hate and vilify all those who can."

  • Stove(Definition of stove)
  • And is the stove out?

  • Strive(Definition of strive)
  • And whilst that i did look unto mine own, that she help me to remember, she did strive with her memory.

  • Sleeve(Definition of sleeve)
  • We will say no more now about the burnt sleeve.

  • Steer(Definition of steer)
  • I'll steer 'em, and we shall do it.

  • Stevie
  • Otherwise, i'm not anybody to anybody,-except a figure of romance to good old stevie, who doesn't count in this kind of reckoning.

  • Stave(Definition of stave)
  • Moodie had set him to do something which was rather contrary to his own inclinations; he did not object to the task in words, for he was rarely saucy to his employers, but he left the following stave upon the table, written in pencil upon a scrap of paper torn from the back of an old letter:- "a man alive, an ox may drive unto a springing well; to make him drink, as he may think, no man can him compel.

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