Correct spelling for CIVEL
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Possible correct spellings for civel
- bevel 1685, bevel-wheel f is on the end of the cone spindle and drives bevel-wheel g, which drives spindle m.
- cavil Sir Harry Revel told me he wished us no indignity, so, perchance, you erred in your boldness, though, indeed, I do not cavil at it.
- civet The drug civet is usually collected from the glands of this and other species, which are confined for the purpose in cages in which they can hardly turn round, and it is scraped from the pouch with a spoon.
- civic The most urgent need, no, doubt, is the establishment of a municipal art gallery in the civic center, the only ideal place for it, where the workingman from the Mission and the merchant from west of Van Ness avenue will find it equally convenient of access.
- civil During the civil war in Corrientes, Paraguayans were forbidden to speak of what was going on across the river.
- civilly He told me that after I had quitted Kongra Lama, leaving him with the Tchebu Lama and Phipun, the Dingpun and twenty men came up, and very civilly but formally forbade their crossing the frontier; but that upon explaining his motives, and representing that it would save him ten days' journey, the Dingpun had relented, and promised to conduct the whole party to the Donkia pass.
- gavel There was a laugh in the court-room at this-a sharp, mirthless laugh which was checked by the insistent sound of the bailiff's gavel.
- havel In the semi-darkness of the sudden twilight the girls and Mrs. Havel stood together and listened to the rain drum upon the taut canvas.
- hovel In a retired spot near Amanges, half shrouded in trees, stood a small hovel of the rudest construction; its roof was of turf, and its walls were blotched with lichen.
- level They can rise without the slightest difficulty from the ground, if it is level and not encumbered with grass, as from the surface of the roads.
- lively At Plymouth John Yeardley found an object of lively interest in Lady Rogers' Charity School, established to fit girls for becoming household servants.
- navel After they had cut it, the navel-string became short; and, as soon as it shortened, heaven then ascended high.
- novel Your grandmother read and wept over his American novel, "Atala."
- ravel For if I sinned and fell, where lies the Gain Of Knowledge? Would it ease you of your Pain To know the tangled Threads of Revenue, I ravel deeper in a hopeless Skein?
- revel No; the privilege of my past existence would revive; I should revel in a luxury of contempt, I should despise you, I should mock you, and I should be once more what I was before I knew you.
- rival It has been hinted that the Capellmeister was jealous of his young charge-that he was "afraid of finding a rival in the pupil."
- snivel Later Jonas arrived, still sniffling, to announce the hack; and the two gray-garbed women hurried away amid the hysterical snivel of servants and the friendly mewing of Missy, who trotted after them to the front door, tail erect, followed by her latest progeny on diminutive and wavering legs.
- swivel 78. Piece of chain, shewing the swivel: Hereford.
29 words made from the letters civel
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