Correct spelling for MAVEL

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Possible correct spellings for mavel

  • bevel Suppose, then, that V is unscrewed and shaft R will be unlocked from the bevel-wheel and may be operated by the hand wheel X, which is fast upon the worm-shaft, and therefore operates it and worm-wheel S, so that W being in gear with S the hand feed occurs when X is operated and V is released.
  • cavil How often have I felt this when reading words of disparagement or of cavil: that it is the uncertainty as to what is really to be aimed at which makes our difficulty, not the dissatisfaction of the critic, who himself suffers from the same uncertainty.
  • gavel PRESIDENT REED: If there is nothing else, I believe we are ready to turn over the gavel to our new president.
  • havel Czech-language literature can be divided into several periods: the Middle Ages (Chronicle of Dalimil); the Hussite period (Tomáš Štítný ze Štítného, Jan Hus, Petr Chelčický); the Renaissance humanism (Henry the Younger of Poděbrady, Luke of Prague, Wenceslaus Hajek, Jan Blahoslav, Daniel Adam z Veleslavína); the Baroque period (John Amos Comenius, Adam Václav Michna z Otradovic, Bedřich Bridel, Jan František Beckovský); the Enlightenment and Czech reawakening in the first half of the 19th century (Václav Matěj Kramerius, Karel Hynek Mácha, Karel Jaromír Erben, Karel Havlíček Borovský, Božena Němcová, Ján Kollár, Josef Kajetán Tyl), modern literature in second half of the 19th century (Jan Neruda, Alois Jirásek, Viktor Dyk, Jaroslav Vrchlický, Julius Zeyer, Svatopluk Čech); the avant-garde of the interwar period (Karel Čapek, Jaroslav Hašek, Vítězslav Nezval, Jaroslav Seifert, Jiří Wolker, Vladimír Holan); the years under Communism and the Prague Spring (Josef Škvorecký, Bohumil Hrabal, Milan Kundera, Arnošt Lustig, Václav Havel, Pavel Kohout, Ivan Klíma); and the literature of the post-Communist Czech Republic (Ivan Martin Jirous, Michal Viewegh, Jáchym Topol, Patrik Ouředník, Kateřina Tučková).
  • hovel "What a filthy-looking hovel," Millicent said.
  • level They had selected a piece of open and level ground, and over this they were running in a circle, about twenty feet in diameter.
  • mail The mail, in a haphazard fashion, was being handled.
  • male The male looked on approvingly, but did not help.
  • mall Having been deeply depressed during all the previous long days, the sudden reaction urges me to go out into Pall Mall, fling my cap in the air, and whoop, which action is quite evidently a remnant of my former cow-boy aspirations.
  • maple The wide foliage of the maple tree, beneath which she sat, sheltered her bare head from the burning noonday sun.
  • marcel Nothing Marcel ever did was crazy.
  • marl That these were often inappropriate was admitted; but the student was taught to understand them in no other than a chronological sense; so that the Chalk might not be a white cretaceous rock, but a hard dolomitic limestone, as in the Alps, or a brown sandstone or green marl, as in New Jersey, U. S. In like manner, the Green Sand, it was said, might in some places be represented by red sandstone, red marl, salt, and gypsum, as in the north of Spain.
  • marvel Major Marvel is doing his best to find him."
  • marvell Gertrude Marvell handed on the few facts learned from the Captain.
  • maul The next blow, as from a heavy maul, pounded the door open.
  • mauve Dave found himself regarding the young woman immediately before him; all in white she was, with some scintillating material that sparkled in the glare of the spot-light; then suddenly she was in orange, and pink, and purple, and mauve, and back again in white.
  • maven Clover comes with a number of integrations both developed by Atlassian (Ant, Maven, Grails, Eclipse, IDEA, Bamboo) and by open source community (Gradle, Griffon, Jenkins, Hudson, Sonar).
  • mavis Availing themselves of the opportunity Mavis and Merle took temporary possession of the naiads' dressing-room, and in the course of a few minutes more were revelling in a swim.
  • mayfly Caenis candida is a species of mayfly in the genus Caenis.
  • model I took the subject, and found in Gula a suitable model.
  • morel Also, that they had left signior Morel at Payta, in a ship laden with dry goods, who was expected to sail shortly for Lima; and that a stout French-built ship richly laden, and having a bishop on board, was shortly expected at Payta.
  • motel Larry was driving right behind me for a good three miles, before I turned off at the motel.
  • move Shall I help her to move it?
  • moved After that he moved more guardedly.
  • mover It is easy to understand his unpopularity with keen partisans who looked on their opponents and all their ways with abhorrence, and therefore failed to understand how an honest man could fight for the King, then accept a command from Cromwell, and finally become the prime mover of the Restoration.
  • naval Who did win that naval victory anyhow?
  • navel By the pressure of clothing it is sometimes pushed down until it lies in the abdominal cavity, even as low down as the navel.
  • novel You ought to be a detective-in a novel.
  • ravel Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré by Maurice Ravel for violin and piano One of the excerpts from The Firebird, a ballet by Igor Stravinsky Berceuse for Solo Piano in A flat Major, Op.
  • revel The result of the above conversation was a consultation between Mr Revel and his wife upon their first meeting.
  • Martel Thus cut short, Mr. Martel took his seat and, nothing daunted, helped himself bountifully to everything within reach.
  • Manuel Manuel stared at it, his jaw dropping.
  • Mel Mel. Despair, alas!
  • Mabel And neither did his daughter, Mabel.
  • Laval Matilda answered, half eagerly, but her answer touched with a soberness that belonged to the little sister and daughter that Norton and Mrs. Laval had lost.
  • Mable This had me guessin Mable till finally I put Max Glucoses shoes there instead of mine.
  • moves Mother moves so quietly now, everywhere, and is so tired, 'most all the time.
  • marvels There he heard, from the Illinois who yearly visited his mission, of the great river they had crossed on their way, and from the Sioux, who lived upon its banks, "of its marvels."
  • Mattel Callisto, a toy in the Mattel Major Matt Mason series

18 words made from the letters mavel

3 letter words made from mavel:

elm, ale, mal, lev, lea, lav, lem, lam, evl.

4 letter words made from mavel:

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