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How to spell AOVER correctly?

If you've accidentally misspelled "aover", there are a few possible correct suggestions. Based on context, it might have been intended as "above", "cover" or "lover". Double-check the intended meaning and choose the appropriate word to replace this misspelling. Proofreading can help prevent such errors in the future.

List of suggestions on how to spell aover correctly

  • above The moon is shining above the dark clouds.
  • allover I wore allover print for my vacation.
  • Ave The parade began to march down the Ave, with the crowd cheering on.
  • aver I'll aver that your story is 100% true!
  • avers
  • avert Please avert your eyes from the gory scene in front of you.
  • Avery John Avery is a criminal.
  • cover The sun was too bright, so I put on my hat to cover my face.
  • dover The town of Dover sits on the coast of Massachusetts.
  • ever
  • hover The hummingbird appeared to hover in mid-air as it flapped its wings rapidly.
  • lover My lover and I enjoyed a romantic evening together under the stars.
  • mover A mover is someone who helps move furniture.
  • o'er He went o'er the ice on foot.
  • oven I need to cook a pizza in the oven.
  • over I can't believe how quickly the summer has flown over.
  • OVERS The football team was penalized for making too many overs during the game.
  • overt The company's overt advertising campaign was effective in increasing sales.
  • raver
  • rover Rover the dog is looking for a new home.
  • saver Using coupons and buying in bulk are some ways to be a great saver.
  • waver Despite her uncertainty, she didn't waver in her decision to go to medical school.

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