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Possible correct spellings for verty

  • Very(Definition of very)
  • I was very vexed about it at the time.

  • Hearty(Definition of hearty)
  • It belonged to his hearty dream of the wife he would choose, were she to be had.

  • Warty(Definition of warty)
  • Malignant disease of the bladder is almost always the warty form of cancer known as epithelioma.

  • Vesta(Definition of vesta)
  • One of the most interesting features of roman religion was the worship of vesta and the institution of an order of virgins devoted to her service.

  • Veda(Definition of veda)
  • The doorposts, and night and morning are invoked in the rig-veda....

  • Vt
  • J. s. tompson, 10 vt.

  • Veto(Definition of veto)
  • Put your veto upon this connection."

  • Cert
  • Community emergency response team (cert) members (varies by jurisdiction) stage managers certified drone pilot (uav)

  • Qwerty
  • The bold family is known for its distinctive form factor; qwerty keyboard, typical blackberry messaging capabilities with a different keyboard than the curve series.

  • Vet(Definition of vet)
  • Vet river, the next obstacle, was secured on may 5, and crossed on the following day by the greater part of the main column.

  • Verdi
  • And even verdi, who in his latter works has studied dramatic consistency and dramatic effect more than rossini studied them in his earlier works, must be regarded as belonging, more or less completely, to the school of rossini.

  • Pert(Definition of pert)
  • I took my leave, not a little astonished at the pert and supercilious behaviour of this stage player, who had not treated me with good manners; and began to think the dignity of a poet greatly impaired since the days of euripides and sophocles; but all this was nothing in comparison of what i have since observed.

  • Verity(Definition of verity)
  • But for the fact that my father was in full accord with all i strove to do as a minute boy, and had even mapped out the work for our company, i believe of a verity the good woman would have insisted then and there that i give over any attempt to play the soldier.

  • Vote(Definition of vote)
  • At length growing weary, cuitlahua called on them to put the question to the vote, and this they did by a lifting of hands.

  • Vest(Definition of vest)
  • The third and fourth buttons of his vest were undone.

  • Vets
  • The college has also been ranked one of the top 50 fastest growing community colleges in the united states in community college week magazine, 101 best for vets colleges in the united states by military times and a top 15% military friendly colleges in the u.

  • Vera
  • Vera was not at all sure that she would.

  • Virtue(Definition of virtue)
  • Patience has ceased to be a virtue.

  • Wart(Definition of wart)
  • Each wart was thus treated, a separate pin being used for each.

  • Verb(Definition of verb)
  • So large has the cane loomed in the matter of chastisement that the word cane has become a verb, to cane.

  • Wort(Definition of wort)
  • 486 saint john's wort .

  • Vern
  • On 7 may 1944, beech test pilot vern carstens flew the xa-38 on its maiden flight from the companys wichita airfield.

  • Vito
  • Te non invito, tibi consimiles ego vito; me tamen invito potieris pane petito.

  • Vent(Definition of vent)
  • And he rushed down the long gallery and disappeared in the furthest chamber, where he gave vent to a sort of long, sobbing cry, which rang dolefully through the cavern and then subsided into utter silence.

  • Verde
  • 1. falmouth to cape verde.

  • Vat(Definition of vat)
  • Now, i say vat de talmud say ees right.

  • Vary(Definition of vary)
  • The manners of poets vary, of course, with the tastes of succeeding generations.

  • Wet(Definition of wet)
  • We were wet through.

  • Bert
  • I get so lonely when bert is away."

  • Vita
  • Sic modo, quae fuerat vita contempta manente, funeribus facta est jam preciosa suis.

  • Arty
  • "ah, yes, i can see that philip is the more dainty and delicate, but arty is, in some respects, the handsomer child of the two; and, in truth, i think he has quite a high-bred look.

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