What is the correct spelling for LILVE?

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  • alive That her father was alive was enough.
  • clive Perhaps another Clive or a second Hastings is somewhere in the making.
  • lave She loved to sport in the cataract, and lave herself in the lakes and rivers.
  • leave Peter, you must not go, you must not leave me.
  • life Life was not like that.
  • lille As a consequence of the capture of Lille, the French withdrew from Flanders into their own territory, Ghent and Bruges being re-occupied by the allies with a mere show of resistance.
  • lillie He used to try it with Lillie when he was a little boy.
  • lilo Thomas von Imbroich (1558) - Beheaded for heresy in Cologne Johann Philipp Kratz von Scharffenstein (1635) - Beheaded for treason in Vienna Hans Ulrich von Schaffgotsch (1635) - Beheaded for treason in Regensburg Hans Hermann von Katte (1730) - Beheaded in Küstrin for helping Crown Prince Frederick of Prussia in an attempt to flee to England Schinderhannes (1803) – Guillotined in Mainz for armed robbery and other crimes Karl Ludwig Sand (1820) - Beheaded for the murder of August von Kotzebue in Mannheim Max Hödel (1878) – Executed for attempting to assassinate Emperor Wilhelm I Weimar Republic Fritz Haarmann (1925) – The Butcher (or Vampire) of Hanover – Guillotined in Hanover for murder Peter Kürten (1931) – The Vampire of Düsseldorf – Guillotined in Cologne for murder Nazi Germany Bruno Tesch (1933) – Executed in Altona with three others after "Altona Bloody Sunday" Marinus van der Lubbe (1934) – Guillotined in Leipzig for starting the Reichstag fire Benita von Falkenhayn and Renate von Natzmer (1935) – Executed by axe in Berlin for espionage Edgar Josef André (1936) – Beheaded in Hamburg for treasonous involvement in the Reichstag Fire Helmut Hirsch (1937) – Executed in Berlin for treason Lilo Herrmann (1938) – Guillotined in Berlin for treason Wilhelm Kusserow (1940) - Jehovahs Witness beheaded for refusing to serve in German military service Maurice Bavaud (1941) – Guillotined in Berlin for attempting to assassinate Hitler Helmuth Hübener (1942) – Guillotined in Berlin for treason Ilse Stöbe (1942) – Guillotined in Berlin for treason via Red Orchestra Wolfgang Kusserow (1940) - Jehovahs Witness beheaded for refusing to serve in German military service Franz Jägerstätter (1943) – Guillotined in Berlin as a conscientious objector Maria Restituta (1943) – Guillotined for treason Cato Bontjes van Beek (1943) – Guillotined in Berlin for conspiracy to commit treason Mildred Harnack (1943) – American born.
  • lilt The musical lilt and the delicate workmanship of his poems, with their recurring refrain, give him a unique position among his medieval contemporaries as the first purely lyrical poet.
  • lily Lily came towards me slowly and with outstretched arms.
  • live Are to live in obscurity;-you and I!
  • liver The heart and liver of the camel, Golah ordered to be cooked for his own family; and what little flesh was on the bones, was cut into strips, and hung up in the sun to dry.
  • livy Whatever it was-a Greek play, Homer, Livy, Tacitus-it was always supposed to be the best thing of the kind.
  • love I no longer love her....
  • olive Olive sat still and looked at them.
  • silver What's a silver gray?
  • Lilies The convolvulus came out, great white trumpets in the hedges; the sea over the hill became of a milky blue; and there floated out to it dense tracts of odours, lilies, and syringa, jasmine and roses and hay.
  • Lyle Lady Theresa, leaning on the arm of Mr. Lyle, came up at this moment, and unconsciously made a diversion in favour of Lord Fitz-booby.
  • Lila Of course there's Lila; if it is best for her-why that's the thing to do-I presume.
  • Lilia Rosa had been followed by Lilia, Viola, and Veronica.
  • Lilly Lilly felt in hers a cool, flabby hand that seemed incapable of giving or returning pressure.

29 words made from the letters lilve

3 letter words made from lilve:

evl, ell, vie, lvi, lie, lev, liv, lei, ill.

4 letter words made from lilve:

evil, elli, ivel, elvi, veli, leil, evli, levi, liel, vlie, veil, liev, live, vlei, leiv, vile, viel, llve.

5 letter words made from lilve:

velli, evill.

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