Correct spelling for AVEGE

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Possible correct spellings for avege

  • adage This crimson adage is a striking truth.
  • ag "Don't get sot up about it, Ag," returned Enoch.
  • age Perhaps, too, Horatio had permitted himself to dream of Hesperidian apples of gold in eternal sunshine on the slopes of the Ventura hills and a peaceful old age far from the roaring, dirty city where he had failed.
  • ago I made you over to her years ago.
  • ague One day, just before the snow fell, Moodie had gone to Peterborough for letters; our servant was sick in bed with the ague, and I was nursing my little boy, Dunbar, who was shaking with the cold fit of his miserable fever, when Jacob put his honest, round, rosy face in at the door.
  • allege I do not, of course, allege that every part of our being has the same capacity to afford us joy, or that the flood can pour itself into the soul with the same fulness through each of these channels, as if, for instance, we depended in the same degree for enjoyment upon our sentient as we do upon our intellectual or moral nature.
  • apogee Associated Words: selenology, selenography, apogee, wax, wane, epigee, selenocentric, selenograph, halo, orb, lunar, lunarian, interlunary, lunation, appulse, crescent, luniform.
  • argue Whether this is so or not, I am not concerned to argue.
  • aug Aug qui fuit a pinacothecis....
  • auger The auger had attained a perfection in "the accuracy of the twist, the various forms of the cutters, the quality of the steel, and fine finish of the twist and polish."
  • av It was that dirty spalpeen av a Podds."
  • avenge You will forgive me, divine woman, or I will myself avenge you for the insult I have hurled at you.
  • avenger He early appeared on the plantation and found his function as the healer of the sick, the interpreter of the Unknown, the comforter of the sorrowing, the supernatural avenger of wrong, and the one who rudely but picturesquely expressed the longing, disappointment, and resentment of a stolen and oppressed people.
  • avenue He had left his club at ten o'clock, and all the way down the Avenue he was alone on the upper deck of the stage.
  • aver At the risk of damaging the reputations of our hero and heroine, we shall frankly aver the fact that both Harry and Rose partook of the vin de Bordeaux, a very respectable bottle of Medoc, by the way, which had been forgotten by Uncle Sam's people, in the course of the preceding winter, agreeably to Jack Tier's conjecture.
  • average "Handsomer than the average, anyhow," Mrs. Schofield said firmly.
  • averse Meanwhile the King, wearied alike of the exigencies of his mistress and the cold, unbending deportment of the Queen, again made approaches to Mademoiselle de Guise, upon whom he had already, a year or two previously, lavished all those attentions which bespoke alike his admiration and his designs; but he was not destined to be more successful with this lady than before, her intimacy with the Queen, to whose household she was attached, rendering her still more averse than formerly to encourage the licentious addresses of the monarch.
  • avert He could only dumbly watch her; she appeared to avert her eyes from him; and yet he drew from these meetings an infinite series of pictures, which were as if engraved upon his brain.
  • edge
  • eeg
  • egg
  • ego
  • eve
  • evoke
  • lavage
  • overage
  • ravage
  • savage
  • Ava The Englishmen at Ava were all seized and imprisoned, and with them Mr. Judson and Dr. Price.
  • Ave Owing to the time that has elapsed since the following pages were written for the Ave Maria-by the kindness of whose editor they are reprinted now-it is impossible for me to verify the spelling of all the names that occur in the course of the narrative.
  • Eke
  • I've
  • Avery But see here, Walt, my partnership with Avery means nothing more than a working interest.
  • Aggie He moved cautiously toward the bed, but Aggie raised a warning finger.
  • avers During working-hours he likes to regale himself with good buttermilk, in which, he avers, there is great virtue.
  • AVG
  • EAVE

8 words made from the letters avege

3 letter words made from avege:

gee, eeg, age, eve.

4 letter words made from avege:

vega, vage, eega, veag.

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