Correct spelling for VIP

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Possible correct spellings for vip

  • Tip
  • Take a tip from me, harry.

  • Again Again
  • Zip
  • Entre deux bulles de comic strip, Tout en jouant avec le zip

    – Variations Sur Marilou by Serge Gainsbourg
  • Rip
  • And it caught me by the thighs, to rip me upward, as i did fear; but yet this did not be the intent of the man; for in a moment it caught me round the body; and on the instant, i gat the man by the great throat, and the throat did be haired, and so great as the neck of a bull.

  • Vii
  • Take the following examples-matthew vii: 24. therefore, whosoever heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth them, i will liken him unto a wise man, which built his house upon a rock: 25. and the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house; and it fell not: for it was founded upon a rock.

  • Via
  • Gat Act Together
  • Nip
  • When it came time to graduate, bettie and some young man were nip and tuck as to leadership in scholarship, but bettie's grades were a shade higher.

  • Vic
  • Vips
  • A Wrap
  • Kip
  • It is probable that a high school or seminary for girls will be opened by miss kip in tripoli during the coming year.

  • Sip
  • She bent to sip her coffee.

  • Vie
  • The leaders of the netherland nobility were figures very unlike in stature and size to philip; but he could vie in haughty majesty with any of them.

  • Being One Ears In
  • Vi
  • Ere i tell, ere thou speak vi.

  • Vip
  • I'm talking VIP Cristal, Moet, Don P tonight, oh Nice suite at The Double Tree You and me in between the sheets

    – Whatever (Radio Version) by Ideal (US)
  • Lip
  • Life was not like that-peter bit his lip and set out again.

  • Vim
  • "yes," says i, holding out my glass again, "that keeps its own vim, and a little more so.

  • Hip
  • Seeing that i was regarding him rather fixedly, he allowed it to remain suspended a little above his hip, quite on a line with the other one.

  • Dip
  • And perhaps you'd like to borrow one of my dip candles for the present night."

  • Pip
  • When pip came upon her, years afterwards, she was still wearing her faded wedding-dress.

  • Yip