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Correct spelling for RECIOEVED
We think the word recioeved is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for recioeved
- Revived(Definition of revived)
- Received(Definition of received)
- Recessed(Definition of recessed)
- Reciter(Definition of reciter)
- Reefed(Definition of Reefed)
- Recite(Definition of recite)
- Revised(Definition of revised)
- Receiver(Definition of receiver)
- Resolved(Definition of resolved)
- Removed(Definition of removed)
- Relieved(Definition of relieved)
- Reserved(Definition of reserved)
I did so, but have never yet received an answer.
The bore of this clamp is sometimes recessed and filled with lead.
A more or less appropriate stanza from another ballad would slip in; or the reciter would tell in prose the matter of which he forgot the versified form.
"if yonder sail had been built and fitted like other mortal craft," he said, "i should not be backward in pronouncing her a full-rigged ship, under three single-reefed topsails, courses, spanker, and jib."
"except," father etienne went on, smiling, "in compline, the very one you recite.
As ship island receded from view sister backus, as well as myself, felt thankful that our heavenly father had ordered all things well in regard to our having been left "'way off in the gulf of mexico."
The conversation turned upon lafontaine's epigram, of which i had only recited the first ten verses, as the rest is too licentious; and she said,- "but i suppose it is only a poet's fancy, at which one could but smile."
"i cannot hold out, philip," she said, one day, when he had come in and found her hanging up the receiver with a fixed look.
The strongest impression that the unprejudiced observer receives in japan is of the small value set upon labor as well as upon time by the great mass of the people.
2; relieved by john, i.
She was vexed that she had not kept her secret closer, and deceived them all!
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