Correct spelling for GAVE

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Possible correct spellings for gave

  • agave His opening words betray his anxiety as to the scandal in his realm-the young women of his family, even his mother Agave, all gone to join the impious revels.
  • cave In the cave, Mindy heard and understood at once.
  • gage Go down to mother, dear Gage.
  • gale Yesterday, during the battle, it was almost impossible to fly, owing to the strength of the gale, and impossible to see unless a pilot almost brushed the earth with his wings.
  • game She could not have brought the game.
  • gape As Lilly went by they stared hard, or called to others inside to come out and gape after her.
  • gate Even as she spoke she was with this man again at the Brinsmade gate.
  • gavel Again and again the gavel fell, and again and again an announcement of failure was followed by blood-curdling howls.
  • gaze A cartridge rolled from the shelf and splashed into the pit water; the girl unclosed her gray eyes, met his gaze, smiled dreamily; then, flushing a little, sat up straight.
  • give I'll give your horse a bit more to eat and drink, and tie him again, then there'll be no need for you to leave this bunk until to-morrow.
  • grave And the loss will add to the gloom of his grave and brooding nature, render his restless scheming and wandering still more capricious, and increase his suspiciousness and irritability.
  • have Piddie won't have it that way, though.
  • lave "She did well to lave him," said Davy, watching the coils of his smoke going upward.
  • nave This architect, like the majority of his contemporaries, misunderstood and despised the Gothic style, with which he had little real sympathy; he drew out designs, which still exist, for converting Westminster Abbey into an Italian church, just as Inigo Jones had done with the exterior of the nave of old S. Paul's, but we cannot be too thankful that this abominable suggestion was never carried out.
  • pave Pointing to the great buildings, he said that if he had Uxmal on the banks of the Mississippi, it would be an immense fortune, for there was stone enough to pave every street in New-Orleans, without sending to the North for it, as it was necessary to do; but, not to be outdone in sensible views of things, we suggested that if he had it on the banks of the Mississippi, easy of access, preserved from the rank vegetation which is now hurrying it to destruction, it would stand like Herculaneum and Pompeii, a place of pilgrimage for the curious; and that it would be a much better operation to put a fence around it and charge for admission, than to sell the stone for paving streets.
  • rave The color the vulgar jeer at, and artists like your friend and twin, Derry, rave over.
  • save That's Withero fur ye an' wan ov 'im is enough fur Anthrim, that's why I niver married, an' that'll save ye the throuble ov axin' me whither I've got a wife or no!
  • wave When its beautiful notes rose and fell, when sweet voices swelled the wave of sound, then even the vicar's restless spirit was soothed in the fulfilment of his hope.
  • Ave She was a dumpy, pie-faced old girl, with plenty of ballast to keep her shoes down, and a lot of genuine store hair that was puffed and waved like the specimens you see in the Sixth-ave.
  • Gave The son of an Exeter man, he began printing about 1553, and early in his career received a patent which gave him a monopoly of the publication of law books.
  • Gyve And sithen he preide the pope Have pite on holy chirche, And er he gyve any grace, Governe first hymselve.
  • Dave "Don't you worry," Dave surlily replied.
  • FAVE The column advanced about half-way up the horse-shoe formed by the bend in the river, and would have got as far as the bridges at Joinville, had not General Fave opened fire upon it from a small redoubt which he had built in advance of Joinville, with forty field guns which he rapidly placed in position.
  • EAVE Meadow, pasture and moor, green hedgerow and brown road were silvered over with sunshine, and the flowers looked up and laughed the tears away from their faces, and told themselves that everything had been for the best; and the cocks crowed lustily from the walls where they had flown to greet the sun, and all the birds came out from eave and tree and lowly nest, and sang their doxology in happy and tuneful notes which told how brimful they were of joy.

4 words made from the letters gave

3 letter words made from gave:

age.

4 letter words made from gave:

vega, veag, vage.

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