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Correct spelling for ALOSIVE
We think the word alosive 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 alosive
- Alive(Definition of alive)
- Allusive(Definition of allusive)
- Abusive(Definition of abusive)
- Erosive(Definition of erosive)
- Illusive(Definition of illusive)
- Elusive(Definition of elusive)
Never; i will not be taken alive.
The allusive style has its proper place, like another, if it is used by the right man, and the concentrated and structural style has also its higher province.
In the course of his speech apuzzo became still more abusive.
It is like an erosive acid.
Usually, however, it requires only one word, spoken out of the heart, to break that spell, and compel the invisible, unsympathetic medium which the enemy of love has stretched cunningly between them, to vanish, and let them come closer together than ever; but, in this case, it might be that the love was the illusive state, and the estrangement the real truth, the disenchanted verity.
Would you believe it, mrs. mayburn, your nephew and i at one time thought we were on the trail of some of the most elusive secrets of the universe, and that we should soon drag them from cover.