Correct spelling for OWE'VE

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Possible correct spellings for owe've

  • Swerve(Definition of swerve)
  • Although the services going on required many men to be on shore for gunpowder and other stores, to replace what had been expended, there was not a single complaint of any one absenting himself from his duty, or of being intoxicated; though the inducement must have been great, from the number of wine-houses on the rock: but such was the desire of these brave fellows to be avenged for the loss of the hannibal, that they would not allow any temptation to induce them to swerve from the duty they had to perform.

  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • Will you ever doubt me again?

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • Apply national league on urban conditions among negroes, 2303 7th ave.

  • Weaver(Definition of weaver)
  • In the villages, undoubtedly, there were schools, but the master was frequently only a former servant of the landed proprietor, a poor tailor or weaver, who gave up his work as little as possible, and perhaps left his wife to conduct the school.

  • Waver(Definition of waver)
  • Under this increasing and relentless pressure the enemy's lines were seen to waver.

  • Eave
  • We've
  • Owed(Definition of owed)
  • All that kate may have owed to john schuyler, she long since paid to the last sad penny....

  • Wive(Definition of wive)
  • Waive(Definition of waive)
  • The fact that i had been stopping in it gave me no right that i was not happy to waive."

  • Owe(Definition of owe)
  • You don't owe me anything.

  • Eva
  • I've
  • Ewe(Definition of ewe)
  • Poor edith was her ewe lamb, the prettiest of the daughters whom she had started so successfully out into the world, and the one who was going to make, from a worldly point of view, the best marriage.

  • Wave(Definition of wave)
  • There rose up in her such a strong wave of tenderness as she looked at it!

  • Over(Definition of over)
  • "then it is over!

  • Olive(Definition of olive)
  • Olive cut in with a question.

  • Verve(Definition of verve)
  • They were quiet, conservative, dignified, painting civic guards and societies with a knowing brush and lively color, giving the truth of physiognomy, but not with that verve of the artist so conspicuous in hals, nor with that unity of the group so essential in the making of a picture.

  • Weave(Definition of weave)
  • How do you weave a carpet on grandma's loom?

  • Owes
  • Eve(Definition of eve)
  • In his political career, he was on the eve of great things; and he would owe them mainly to a power of work, supreme even in these hard-driven days.

  • Wove(Definition of Wove)
  • Who've
  • Awe(Definition of awe)
  • I really stood in awe of him-i had placed myself in his power.

  • Ova(Definition of Ova)
  • However(Definition of however)
  • Captain rannie was not to be seen, however.

  • Owen(Definition of owen)
  • J. scott, exchange alley; w. owen, temple bar; g. woodfall, charing cross.

12 words made from the letters owe've

3 letter words made from owe've:

've, wee, 'ev, owe, vow, eve, woe, ewe.

4 letter words made from owe've:

weve, evoe, 'vee.

5 letter words made from owe've: