Correct spelling for NEWVER
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Possible correct spellings for newver
- denver "But when I came to see and understand rightly again, weeks after, in a hospital at Denver, I cried, oh!
- ever No one ever does."
- fever Why, you've got fever, man, and you're out of your head."
- lever Throwing the lever again like lightning, de Spain held the rifle back to his cheek.
- naive The naive simplicity of this request set both the coaches into an uproar of laughter.
- nave The choir and sanctuary of Canterbury had even in St Anselm's time as we have seen, been high above the nave.
- ne'er Good were it for that man If he had ne'er been born!
- nerve "You have lost what you call your nerve.
- nerves I have seen in this business of the war strange things that nerves can do with the human mind and body.
- nervy It had struck him when the Colonel and his Staff rode up and halted by the gateway of the littered courtyard, that here would be a chance for a nervy man, with a set purpose, to venture back, cleverly disguised, to Gueldersdorp.
- neva And while he proceeded with the punishment the Chief of Police hurled at the agent who had betrayed him an accompaniment of fearful threats, promising him that before he was hanged he should rot in the bottom-most dungeon of Peter and Paul, in the slimy pits lying under the Neva.
- never I never heard why."
- sever He could not sever his engagement to her without a lack of honour.
- Nerved I nerved myself up for the enterprise.
31 words made from the letters newver
Misspelling of the day
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