Correct spelling for MLOVE
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Possible correct spellings for mlove
- alive To think of seeing that poor girl alive and well one minute, and the next-like that.
- clive By a silent understanding Clive did not enter the house at Pireford; to have done so would have excited remark, for this house, unlike some, had never been the rendezvous of young men; much less, therefore, did he invade the shop.
- clove And e'en before the trumpet's sound was finished, prone lay the false knight, prone as his lie, upon the ground: Gismond flew at him, used no sleight o' the sword, but open-breasted drove, cleaving till out the truth he clove.
- clover There is a tide also in the affairs of clover and if a farmer would profit by his crop, it must be taken at its flood.
- glove "And this glove, Mrs Straithwaite?
- lave For water he asked his hands to lave.
- live I cannot, I will not live, without you!
- love "You don't love him," he said.
- lover You exquisite little lover.
- malone Malone began to feel slightly dangerous.
- mauve There are flat-topped mountains and cone-shaped kopjes, reddish, or pale pink, or mauve-coloured, as they are nearer or farther away.
- mole And now began again a tedious season of watching on the mole of Alger; but not to make this business as wearisome to others, I will pass that over and come at once to that joyful, happy morning, when, with but scant hope, looking down upon the deck of a galley entering the port, to our infinite delight and amazement we perceived Richard Godwin waving his hand to us in sign of recognition.
- move I do what I choose, while you're afraid to move for fear uncle will catch you.
- mover Sir William Yonge rose, and said, that, though he differed from the honourable mover, he had much admired his speech of the last evening.
- movie Do they go past the drug store and past the most popular movie theater?
- olive What does Olive say to going home?
- plover Quiet again for a few seconds, when presently the loud alarm of the plover rings over the plain-"Did he do it?"
- solve I told him of our life, how the quiet and the work of it would solve his problems.
- Glover Set to Music by Charles W. Glover.
- Lovey "Wisht I could go," said Lovey Mary.
- MLLE I knew that she was to be the spoil of the French King's victory, and that the loss to the beauty of his Court caused by the departure of Mlle.
18 words made from the letters mlove
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