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Correct spelling for MISTEVIOUS
We think the word mistevious is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for mistevious
- Mistiness(Definition of mistiness)
- Mysterious(Definition of mysterious)
- Mysteries(Definition of mysteries)
- Mischievous(Definition of mischievous)
- Mestizos(Definition of Mestizos)
- Mystics(Definition of mystics)
Even in the conduct of their intrigues we are lost in a murky mistiness.
You will by this time wonder what there could be in a simple pipe-head, to have caused all this sudden and mysterious effect.
These bloodmen were 'rugged villains, and had done feats heretofore'; 'they were mastiffs, and would fasten upon father, mother, brother, yea, upon the prince of princes.
Grace is the most sublime, the most exquisite secret of all the mysteries which exist between the soul and her maker.
Furnished with letters to the duke, and with special missives from the signory and the ten to their envoy, galeotto giugni, michelangelo left florence for ferrara after the 28th of july, and reached it on the and of august.
You have thrown away an opportunity which may never come to you again," replied the master, with a mischievous twinkle in his eye.
In mexico the past decade of revolutionary turmoil has developed into a complicated race-war of the mestizos against the white or near-white upper class and of the indian full-bloods against both whites and mestizos.
Contemporary mystics have invented adaptations of the world that take us back to the mythology of early times.