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Correct spelling for VIX
We think the word vix 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 vix
- Vex(Definition of vex)
- Ix(Definition of ix)
- Via(Definition of Via)
- Nix(Definition of nix)
- Vie(Definition of vie)
- Six(Definition of six)
- Fix(Definition of fix)
- Vii(Definition of vii)
- Xix(Definition of xix)
- Mix(Definition of mix)
- Vim(Definition of vim)
- Pix(Definition of pix)
"peter, don't vex her to-night.
Wesley's 'letter to w. downes,' 1759. works, ix.
It is a fifteen minutes' ride from here, near the tower marancia, on the via ardeatina."
"nil-nix-not worth a cent," mr. wadham, junior, proclaimed emphatically.
The gombeenwoman eliza tudor had underlinen enough to vie with her of sheba.
We were close enough now to see other details: a man's white face, with heavy black brows, heavy features; a stalwart, giant figure, six and a half feet at the least.
An s-code interpreter was written for the vax computer running vms, making the vax the first s-algol port.
Said he felt quite sure you could fix the man."
Vic wouldn't come till the last, and elinor was too dead scared to trust anybody else, i guess.
205 plauen, battle of, vii.
7. de-vi-a'tions, wanderins from one's course.
The approach of our sportsmen was the signal for a change of the chorus, and immediately jorrocks was assailed with "a hunter! a hunter! crikey, a hunter! my eyes! there's a gamecock for you! vot a beauty! vere do you turn out to-day? vere's the stag? don't tumble off, old boy! 'ave you got ever a rope in your pocket? take bell's life in london, vot contains all the sporting news of the country! vot a vip the gemman's got! vot a precious basternadering he could give us-my eyes, vot a swell!-vot a shocking bad hat!-vot shocking bad breeches!"
4. guitteau, government and politics in the united states, chapter xix.
"oil and water don't mix.
If you would be well, strong, happy, and full of vim choose your food carefully.
Lix and thus he said, "some one of you declare your fortunes, whether good or to be blamed, and to assist us with your valors rare in so great need, how was your coming framed?" they blush, and on the ground amazed stare, for virtue is of little guilt ashamed, at last the english prince with countenance bold, the silence broke, and thus their errors told:
Two young choristers rode before him, carrying torches; and the holy pix and anointing-cruse; under a screen, were borne by a couple of lay brothers.