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Correct spelling for WERVCIE

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Possible correct spellings for wervcie

  • Vice(Definition of vice)
  • He shrugged his shoulders as he said this to himself, for they still ached from the vice-like grip of the giant.

  • Fierce(Definition of fierce)
  • Meanwhile close and fierce fighting was all about poelcappelle.

  • Serves
  • The young waiter remains and serves: the cook goes out, and reappears from time to time bringing in the courses.

  • Levies
  • This was aided by the fact that corunna had large magazines of arms and ammunition, which had been sent out fifteen months before, from england, and were still lying there, although spain was clamouring for arms for its newly raised levies.

  • Weave(Definition of weave)
  • Revise(Definition of revise)
  • The great majority, however, will take notes, classify their notes, write a hasty first draft, and then revise the speech.

  • Devise(Definition of devise)
  • Devise some means of taking him away from his star-gazing for only an hour.

  • Waive(Definition of waive)
  • "but let us waive this subject," said he, "and go to the coffee-house, in order to make a party for dinner."

  • Verse(Definition of verse)
  • Surely not because of the verse?

  • Force(Definition of force)
  • But-did any one force her to wish to marry him?

  • Nerves
  • He said to me that it must have been trying on my nerves, and that i might be tired, and also that i need not teach that day.

  • We've
  • Wharves(Definition of Wharves)
  • Verve(Definition of verve)
  • Not once for the rest of the evening did he show any sign of the weakness which had so startled howard, and as they went up the stairs he told them a story with admirable verve and with evident enjoyment.

  • Weavers
  • Worse(Definition of worse)
  • Weaves
  • Weaver(Definition of weaver)
  • Waives
  • But lincoln waives all this in deference to the virtues he believes hooker possesses, and promotes him to succeed burnside.

  • Whence(Definition of whence)
  • Wearies
  • Who've
  • Farce(Definition of farce)
  • "you've made a farce of everything, lilly.

  • Device(Definition of device)
  • This merry device pleased my lord so much, that he made the lad court-jester from that day, and many a droll trick he had played from that to this, particularly when his highness was gloomy, so as to make him laugh again.

  • Vivace(Definition of vivace)
  • But the modifications here indicated are usually overlooked; and the sense of artistic propriety is outraged by a sudden and vulgar vivace, as though the whole piece were meant for a jest, and the gaiety had at last begun!

  • Venice(Definition of venice)
  • I was not honest in saying that; i didn't mean to go back to venice or to see you again.

  • Swerves
  • This is the exit of the lesse, which, higher up the vale, at the curious perte de lesse, swerves suddenly from its obvious course, down the bright and cheerful valley, to plunge noisily through a narrow slit in the rock- "where alph, the sacred river, ran through caverns measureless to man down to a sunless sea."

  • Novice(Definition of novice)
  • For a novice this is very well," mrs. light declared.

  • Service(Definition of service)
  • "i hope to be of service to you in the matter," he said, "but as i. shall often want to speak to you, you must come and live in our house, which you must look upon as your own."

  • Wherries(Definition of Wherries)
  • Weevil(Definition of weevil)
  • Weaved
  • Wavier
  • Bevies
  • By this admirable arrangement, whole flocks of pigeons, certain bevies of quails, shoals of flat-fish, bass, and sundry woodcock, found their way into the presence of the company.

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