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Correct spelling for VEACH

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Possible correct spellings for veach

  • Peach(Definition of peach)
  • I see in his farm at pontac, some plants of white clover, and a good deal of yellow: also some small peach trees in the open ground.

  • Perch(Definition of perch)
  • He stood upon a big stone, and she came down upon him and knocked him off his perch.

  • Coach(Definition of coach)
  • We looked for you to come in a coach-and-four-did we not, miriam?

  • Vichy
  • You see them here and there, and they are sure to turn up at baden-baden or at vichy, at scarborough or at dieppe, when you least expect them; but you know nothing about them in the interim.

  • Leash(Definition of leash)
  • Starr's bland persistency in taking for granted the fact that vaniman was hiding the money snapped the overstrained leash of the cashier's self-restraint.

  • Mach(Definition of mach)
  • Ach, mein herzliebes jesulein, mach dir ein rein sanft bettelein, zu ruhen in mein's herzens schrein, dass ich nimmer vergesse dein.

  • Search(Definition of search)
  • "messer lucagnolo," the fellow announced, "has sent me to report to you the failure of his search to the west and north of cattolica.

  • Ketch(Definition of ketch)
  • Ketch it off, elihu, won't ye?"

  • Fetch(Definition of fetch)
  • He came and begged me to fetch you to him, for he could not come himself."

  • Reach(Definition of reach)
  • It isn't enough to know at just what point in the road we are; we must know what steps we have taken, what course we have traversed, to reach it."

  • Tech
  • Bax a kati? what do you want? mix baal in kati i want nothing bax yan tech? what have you? what is the matter? yab ten ya ti paczikal i have a stomach-ache bax cu tazic ah pedro? what is peter bringing? talez ha he is bringing water bax caualic? what are you saying?

  • Vac(Definition of vac)
  • These articles de vac had purchased for the room against the time when he should occupy it with his little prisoner.

  • Retch(Definition of retch)
  • Damn it, retch, put that gun away!

  • Etch(Definition of etch)
  • The third etch follows, after which the metal is thoroughly cleansed from all the ink, etc.

  • Vetch(Definition of vetch)
  • This had been her apprehension at least; but as soon as he stood there she was constrained to wonder at the practical simplicity of the ordeal-a simplicity which was really just his own simplicity, the particular thing that, for fleda vetch, some other things of course aiding, made almost any direct relation with him pleasant.

  • Wench(Definition of wench)
  • Besides, if the wench were examined, who knows what she might tell of sidonia and the young lord that would bring shame on the princely house of wolgast, since she had been hid under the bed all the time, and perhaps only kept silence through fear.

  • Veal(Definition of veal)
  • It also gives opportunity to put oatmeal in their food after the second week, which will improve the veal, and give you a little milk, if you desire it.

  • Witch(Definition of witch)
  • Mary walcott told the magistrates, that this woman told her, she had been a witch this forty years."

  • Wash(Definition of wash)
  • "i wash my hands of it, and i am going away," replied bonaparte.

  • Which(Definition of Which)
  • Oh, i don't know which is worst!

  • Reich(Definition of reich)
  • Sie sollen uns helfen, dieses arme leben zu vergessen; denn jetzt besitzen sie gottes reich.

  • Each(Definition of each)
  • That must be the reason why they know each other so well."

  • Leach(Definition of leach)
  • Leach the schoolmaster, whose imprisonment had made him a marked man, had a hard fight to save his property.

  • Lech(Definition of Lech)
  • Tilly, who was to defend bavaria, was again encountered and defeated at lech.

  • Beech(Definition of beech)
  • After about two hours there we came on, first through nice, small scotch fir woods, then quite ugly again till near here, when we got into really pretty banks of oak, beech, and fir, down a real steep road and along a nice narrow lane till we got here, where they were all standing on the steps of our mansion ready to receive us.

  • Leech(Definition of leech)
  • By j. leech 175 the "pas de deux:" original drawing.

  • Vouch(Definition of vouch)
  • Shall i bring her over to vouch for my character?"

  • Beach(Definition of beach)
  • "i have thought it all over hundreds of times, when we talked of marriage those lovely nights on the beach.

  • Watch(Definition of watch)
  • At last he looked at his watch.

  • Poach(Definition of poach)
  • "he's not going to poach, after all!" cried erebus in a tone of acute disappointment.

  • Peachy(Definition of peachy)
  • Travelling with praiseworthy slowness, he neglected no street in pennyroyal, and, by the dozen, girls went fluttering in and out of houses, to wave farewells to the adventurer, while bolder voices called out peachy williams's name with every teasing inflection.

  • Teach(Definition of teach)
  • When you are a mother, madame, you will teach your children a feeling to which france was a stranger and which will prove a safeguard in the future: hatred of the huns."

  • Bach(Definition of bach)
  • Before playing in concert he shut himself up and played, not chopin but bach, always bach.

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