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Correct spelling for SUVERLEY
We think the word suverley 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 suverley
- Overlay(Definition of overlay)
- Survey(Definition of survey)
- Safely(Definition of safely)
- Severally(Definition of severally)
- Soberly(Definition of soberly)
- Surly(Definition of surly)
- Suavely(Definition of suavely)
- Overly(Definition of overly)
- Severe(Definition of severe)
- Surely(Definition of surely)
- Severely(Definition of severely)
Towards nine o'clock he smoothed his ruffled aspect, and, presenting as respectable and business-like an exterior as he could overlay his natural self with, issued forth to the occupation of the day.
And as the air cleared the keen eyes of nick flashed out in a swift survey of the prospect.
But let us be thankful we have dear stella safely back!
Off cape cod he fell in with the schooner active, of beverly, in distress, for she had been disabled in the heavy sea and was on her beam ends, at the mercy of the tempest.
We, being many, are one body in christ, and severally members one of another.
Boone shook his head soberly.
I went back to seville, and entered the service of a very rich merchant.
You pitched in so gladly, while the others were surly and grumbling.
"good morning, miss beverley," he said.
If women are in general feeble both in body and mind, it arises less from nature than from education; we encourage a vicious indolence and inactivity which we falsely call delicacy; instead of hardening their minds by the severer principles of reason and philosophy, we breed them to useless arts, which terminate in vanity and sensuality.
"i am afraid i must deny myself that pleasure," he said suavely.
"i have given this a great deal of thought," rhoa said coldly, "and i think you're being overly cautious.
"how severe you are!
Surely you understand that point.
"i hope your own private soul is too sensible to encourage such nonsense," said olga severely.