Correct spelling for REV'IT
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Possible correct spellings for rev'it
- brevet The King kindly added that he should bestow a thousand francs a year upon Mahony, and a brevet of Colonel.
- brevity With a sort of feverish brevity Cherry completed her arrangements; Martin was to use his own judgment in the matter of boarding or keeping the flat.
- levity "No," replied the other, a little disgusted by this levity in the presence of imminent death.
- raft He consented to raise them; meanwhile, you know, the timber raft was sunk, and he told me he was a poor man.
- recite Midshipmen Farley and Page also stated to you that they believed the offender to be a member of the half of the fourth class which does not recite in mathematics the same time as does the half of the class to which Mr. Darrin and his roommate belong.
- refit We contrive to refit, sir, and to take the sea in tolerable condition."
- refute He must have missed Mariani early in the day, for he took no measure, asked no questions that might confirm or refute the thing I announced.
- reid Aunt Janet Reid rejoiced over me sufficiently.
- Evita Shortly after the musical appeared, Nicholas Fraser and Marysa Navarro published a more neutral account of Eva Perón's life, Evita: The Real Lives of Eva Perón, in which they claim that many of Main's assertions (which had influenced Rices lyrics) were false, such as the suggestion that Eva had first gone to Buenos Aires as the mistress of a married musician, Agustín Magaldi.
36 words made from the letters rev'it
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5 letter words made from rev'it:
viter, vetri, verit, vitre, rivet.
Misspelling of the day
- at heels of