How to spell AGOVE correctly?

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  • above It's thinkin' I am your father, if he was here, would not have been above touchin' up his own talkin' a bit under Andy's teachin'.
  • ag I had to have several attacks on the way out when Ag was brought to close quarters, but we did pretty well on the trip.
  • agape Over it looked the face of Colbert, amazed that I had stolen his King, and the face of Thomas Lie, indignant that I had made free with his boat; by them were two or three of the crew agape with wonder.
  • agate According to the great alchemist Pierre de Boniface, the diamond rendered a man invisible, and the agate of India made him eloquent.
  • agave PULQUE, a favourite beverage of the Mexicans and in Central America, from the fermented juice of the agave.
  • age And Lund mustn't come out at his age.
  • agile Strong almost to sturdiness, yet agile and accurate in movement, he had "covered all sorts of territory around 'short,' and could hit the ball on the nose when it counted," and to him went the unprecedented glory of a forty-yard run for a touch-down and goal in a High School vs.
  • ago 11,476. Was that long ago?
  • agog The story was told and retold with variations till the whole town was agog with curiosity.
  • agony Was it that, that made her heart, her head, her very limbs ache with almost unendurable agony?
  • agree 10,152. But they did not agree to that?
  • ague In one of the depressions between these lengthy land-swells stood the village of Kingaru, with surroundings significant in their aspect of ague and fever.
  • alcove "There is no door in the alcove," said Christian; "it was, perhaps, a mouse, and it tells no tales.
  • alive "That Mr. Dellogg isn't-" resumed Anna-Felicitas with determination, "well, that he isn't alive?"
  • argo Argo-obviously on night guard-still paced the bridge.
  • av It's an awful thing whin it gits the best av ye.
  • aver But what if the people fly into a passion, and aver that a grown-up son ought not to be supported by his father, but that the father should be supported by the son? The father did not bring him into being, or settle him in life, in order that when his son became a man he should himself be the servant of his own servants and should support him and his rabble of slaves and companions; but that his son should protect him, and that by his help he might be emancipated from the government of the rich and aristocratic, as they are termed.
  • avow I fear me that very little flattery is sufficient to turn the head of a young man of eighteen; and if I yielded to the "pleasant incense," let my apology be that I was not used to it; and lastly, let me avow, if I did get tipsy, I liked the liquor.
  • cave Here I visited the cave in which General Cornwallis was found.
  • cove Only the bay of a hound in some cove below, and the yelp of a puppy, reached her.
  • give I will give you a hint.
  • iago I put a little garlic in the sauce.
  • jove After rounding out her education at the local college, she now plans to move to Los Angeles and pursue a career in film.
  • over
  • Ave French, for Indian M., Elbowood, N. D. , building, 10. Cleveland, Euclid Av., 48.48; Grace, 9.25; Mrs. Mary F. Willard, 5; Mr. And Mrs. A. W. Collins, 5. Cleveland, Denison Ave. S., Lincoln Mem., 2.50.
  • Gave TheGivingTree.com is a website where people can give gifts to others.
  • Gyve
  • Akiva Since 2011, National Benefit Authority has maintained The Akiva and Bilah Medjuck Foundation a philanthropic group aiming "to give those with disabilities a chance at a better life".
  • Aggie Aggie continued without heeding her.
  • AVG One has the reverse legend VICTOR CARAVSIUS AVG GERM MAX with RSR in the exergue; the second has the reverse legend VICTOR CARAVSI AVG ('The Victory of Carausius Augustus') with INPCDA in the exergue; and the third is too damaged for an exergue legend to be visible but bears the reverse legend PACATOR ORBIS 'Peace-bringer to the world.
  • GOV In the United States Government, the President is the chief executive officer, head of state and head of government.
  • EAVE
  • Azov The gallant Lyons, who in the Miranda had been some days in the Sea of Azov, had already inflicted immense damage on the enemy; on his arrival off Genitchesk at the entrance of the Putrid Sea, he found a large fleet of merchantmen at anchor, protected by a strong force of infantry and a battery of field-pieces on the mainland.

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