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Spell Check of silver

Correct spelling: silver

Definition of silver:

  1. Argentum; a metal of lustrous white color, of a specific gravity of 10. 4 to 10. 7; one of the elements, symbol Ag, atomic weight 107. 88.
  2. A valuable metal of a brilliant white colour; coin made of silver; money; a silver vessel; anything like silver.
  3. To cover with silver; to cover with tinfoil amalgamated with quicksilver; to make smooth and bright; to make hoary.

Common misspellings for silver:

sille, silce, seleve, eliver, selfe, sailer, sliverly, celver, silverwork, seler, sulfor, ourselve, sirvey, selaer, disalve, silever, slevel, dilliver, sller, silver''s, sovlve, bilever, salive, siver, sleff, slivia, siley, myselve, surivor, beiliver, sliper, diliver, ilve, silverwar, lilve, dilever, silverie, sruvey, soluve, sealevel, themselver, siler, silve, silvi, soulve, selef, yourslefer, solger, dilver, sleev, silverwear, civle, suliven, stiver, yourselve, dliver, silen, resilve, stillhave, selvege, salivea, sleer, sulpher, srver, siller, slove, slevery, swiver, suilver, self've, silverly, slife, soljer, salvery, slvaery, sleve, surivur, oilver, bilve, slives, hislife, saler, silverwre, soliger, civer, silvr, sirve, sililar, sivel, soiler, cilvil, sliva, slver, youselve, sulfer, solber, siliver, siliar, slieve, siverly.

What does the abbreviation silver mean?

SILVER abbreviation definitions:
–  systolic hypertension interaction with left ventricular remodeling
–  Shreeji Institute of Legal Vocational Education Research

Silver \s(i)-lver, sil-ver\

Silver as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Silver). Name of the precious metal.
Related names:
Silverman, Silverton, Silverio, Silvestra.
Sylver, Silverey, Silverie.

Google Ngram Viewer results for silver:

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Quotes for silver:

  1. The silver Thames takes some part of this county in its journey to Oxford.
  2. The aristocracy of Western Europe has absolutely tabooed silver in those countries and driven it away from there. Here it finds its only resting place.
  3. All the intelligence and talent in the world can't make a singer. The voice is a wild thing. It can't be bred in captivity. It is a sport, like the silver fox. It happens.
  4. Gold and silver from the dead turn often into lead.
  5. It sure looks good to see an honest -to -goodness audience after looking at you all for so long from the silver screen.

Rhymes for silver:

  1. quicksilver;