Correct spelling for OVFER

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Possible correct spellings for ovfer

  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • How were they ever to escape?

  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • Hereafter, when i write an article which i know to be good, but which i may have reason to fear will not, in some quarters, be considered to amount to much, coming from an american, i will aver that an englishman wrote it and that it is copied from a london journal.

  • Overs
  • I noticed that stott had tied a handkerchief round his finger, but i forgot the incident until i saw findlater beckon to his best bowler, a few overs later.

  • Offers
  • First: it offers a high-school education to the student who has to quit school after leaving the grammar-school.

  • Overt(Definition of overt)
  • She had not had confided to her the depth of mr. traffick's wisdom, and declared herself opposed to any absolute overt love-making until sir thomas should have given his positive consent.

  • Over(Definition of over)
  • For it was all over.

  • Fifer(Definition of Fifer)
  • "stop! they are calling to him; he speaks to them; they point this way; he comes!" cried the fifer, who came down from the tree with a joyful countenance.

  • Oven(Definition of oven)
  • It was pretty lonesome up there in the boy's room-he slept in the garret, and there was nothing but broken furniture besides his bed; but all day long it could smell the good little pumpkin, boiling and boiling for pies; and late at night, after the boy had gone to sleep, it could smell the hot pies when they came out of the oven.

  • Offer(Definition of offer)
  • 2. they offer us their protec'tion.

15 words made from the letters ovfer

4 letter words made from ovfer:

5 letter words made from ovfer:

frove, frevo, fevor.

3 letter words made from ovfer:

for, roe, ore, ref, rev, foe.