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Correct spelling for VEIRFIED
We think the word veirfied 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 veirfied
- Vivid(Definition of vivid)
- Veiled(Definition of veiled)
- Varied(Definition of varied)
- Verified(Definition of verified)
- Viewed(Definition of Viewed)
- Veined(Definition of veined)
- Wearied(Definition of wearied)
- Verve(Definition of verve)
- Vivified(Definition of Vivified)
- Deified(Definition of Deified)
- Versed(Definition of versed)
She could see it all in a vivid manner.
She said nothing more but she seemed to be peering down into the gloom that veiled the beach.
These materials were of a varied character, and had cost him some trouble in getting them together.
It was said that he had fled from political disturbances in italy, but this i never heard verified.
George and lettie crushed the veined belles of wood-sorrel and broke the silken mosses.
Night at length settled down on the scene, and the wearied party returned to the cottage for food and rest.
It seemed to tom that so long as a crime was carried out with dash, and verve, and success, it only brought a man fame and honour.
The river is snowy against the "verdi prati e selve amene."
The founder of this lodge was savalette de langes, keeper of the royal treasury, grand officer of the grand orient, and a high initiate of masonry-"versed in all mysteries, in all the lodges, and in all the plots."