Correct spelling for NWCE

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Possible correct spellings for nwce

  • ace To me, that can only mean that you have another ace up your sleeve.
  • ce Mais ce qu'il a de douceurs Vous coutera cher peut-etre!
  • dace There are seven essential ingredients in the canned product; namely fresh dace, salted black beans, vegetable oil, sugar, soybean sauce, salt and spices.
  • dice He rattled the dice and threw them with a flourish out on the table, his evil face lighting up.
  • face Would it not be better for me to face it alone?
  • ice Hiram stood as still, as breathless, as cold as ice.
  • lace She went to her room and got out her best afternoon dress of dull blue with gold lace and a pink velvet rose.
  • luce He went on reading, but said, most kindly, "Well, Luce, well-" adding, on an afterthought, "How can I serve you?"
  • mace A tea-spoonful of mace, beaten and sifted.
  • name Tell me his name.
  • nape Occiput black, nape white.
  • nave The nave is used as a bakehouse.
  • nc Democratic Movement or MoDem [Francois BAYROU] (previously Union for French Democracy or UDF); Democratic and Social European Rally or RDSE [Pierre LAFFITTE] (mainly Radical Republican and Socialist Parties, and PRG); French Communist Party or PCF [Marie-George BUFFET]; Greens [Cecile DUFLOT]; Left Radical Party or PRG [Jean-Michel BAYLET] (previously Radical Socialist Party or PRS and the Left Radical Movement or MRG); Movement for France or MPF [Philippe DE VILLIERS]; National Front or FN [Jean-Marie LE PEN]; New Center or NC [Herve MORIN]; Rally for France or RPF [Charles PASQUA]; Republican and Citizen Movement or MRC [Jean Pierre CHEVENEMENT and Georges SARRE]; Socialist Party or PS [Francois HOLLANDE]; Union for a Popular Movement or UMP [Patrick DEVEDJIAN, Jean-Claude GAUDIN, Jean-Pierre RAFFARIN, Pierre MEHAIGNERIE]; Radical Party [Jean-Louis BORLOO]
  • ne A laver la teste d'vn Asne, on ne perd que le temps et la lexive.
  • neck The little cross under your neck?"
  • nee Manye a kinge, and manye a duke, 45 And lorde of high degree, Did sue to that fayre ladye of love; But never shee wolde them nee.
  • nice "Rick, those friends of yours are nice.
  • niche I sat beside the door In my stone niche, and two owls passed me by, Whispering with human voices.
  • nick It came in the nick of time, for I was run almost to my last penny.
  • niece "If she asks you why you have left the Pope's niece, take care not to tell her the reason.
  • nike ) Shortly afterward, a series of criticisms was received from the unions about the content of its code of conduct, and so Nike created a new text which is the one that is currently presented.
  • nile And after all, that Nile proposition was the best one now before her.
  • nine More than nine out of ten would have done.
  • node It was with considerable labor, made more difficult as he was weak from laughter, that Alfred released Node.
  • nome In '98, I joins the rush to Nome, an' there's a roarin' wild town!
  • nonce The world is, to the mind, Much as we make it; and the things we tend Wear, for the nonce, the liveries that we lend.
  • none None knows better ner me how hard trouble's to bear.
  • nose Everything about him seemed dubious; his age, his nose, his glance inspired doubt.
  • note I gave Mr. Ulford the note, my lady.
  • nsc On 9 May 2014, the UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC) announced its recommendation to screen every newborn baby in the UK for four further genetic disorders as part of its NHS Newborn Blood Spot Screening programme, including isovaleric acidemia.
  • nuke
  • nw
  • nyse
  • once
  • pace
  • puce
  • race
  • rice
  • vice
  • Lice No sooner was I wrapped about with this good hemp than a genial warmth passed through me, my ulcers dried up, and the lice all perished suddenly with a terrible noise.
  • Mice The kitten already knows, through inheritance, about mice.
  • Nope But from The Honeycomb itself-nope.
  • Nate The dialects on the neighbouring shores of Scotland and Ireland are much the same, yet I can perceive a great difference in the nations, from the chamber-maid at this nate toone kept by Mr. Kelly.
  • Noe Yet she was coye, and would not believe That he did love her soe, Noe nor at any time would she Any countenance to him showe.
  • NAE But that's nae Christian way for folk to leeve, withoot a woman o' ony kind i' the hoose-it's hardly human!
  • NCO It was responsible for training all new air force personnel as well as on the technical and on the job training of the other air force personnel, as well as the officers and NCO training.
  • NWT
  • NYC
  • NICER I don't think Alice could be any nicer, do you, Mr. Harding?

3 words made from the letters nwce

3 letter words made from nwce:

wen, new, nec.

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Cogradulation

  • coagulation
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  • congratulations
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  • gradation
  • graduation
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