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Correct spelling for VEIFIED
We think the word veified 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 veified
- Vivified(Definition of Vivified)
- Veiled(Definition of veiled)
- Deified(Definition of Deified)
- Vivid(Definition of vivid)
- Veined(Definition of veined)
- Verified(Definition of verified)
And may thy spirit by his grace be vivified to all eternity!
Moriarty defied him to prove that-and added some expressions about tyranny, which enraged ormond.
Then he turned and looked out through the low, grated window, from which no doubt in days long since gone by veiled arab women had looked as they sat idly on the divan.
The rationalists hecataeus and euhemerus, before going on to their deified men, always start with the heavenly bodies.
But that did not change a vivid and terrible picture which haunted him at times.
With the exception of richard wagner and ibsen, i know of no artist who was vilified during his lifetime as was manet.
He looked at his hands, his thin, veined, wrinkled hands, and it came over him with a sort of wonder that he was an old man.
Tail wagging, the dog whiffed the shovel, the ditch, the wagon.
The event verified his prophecy.
If one is liable to slip on the smooth, highly-polished, mahogany-like surface of schlegel's poems, there is equal danger of stumbling over voss's versified blocks of granite.