Spellcheck.net

What is the correct spelling for RVERY?

This word (Rvery) may be misspelled. Below you can find the suggested words which we believe are the correct spellings for what you were searching for. If you click on the links, you can find more information about these words.

Correct spelling for RVERY

We think the word rvery 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.

Possible correct spellings for rvery

  • bravery But the bravery is simply wonderful.
  • every After all, he was only a boy, and she was every bit as bad herself.
  • fiery His temper was fiery and on occasion he could use pretty strong language, but anger or disappointment was never allowed to disturb the justice and kindness of his judgment.
  • livery "I'm sure he'll try," replied his mother, "and Fanshaw's livery fits him to such a turn that it would have been flying in the face of Providence not to try him.
  • raver
  • retry
  • revelry
  • revere
  • reverie
  • revers
  • revert
  • river
  • rivera
  • riviera
  • rover
  • very
  • Rory
  • Avery In the Confederate States Senate the polished and eloquent George Davis, of Wilmington, and W. W. Avery, of Burke, had served until the latter was succeeded, in 1862, by W. T. Dortch, of Wayne; and, a year later, Mr. Davis was succeeded by ex-Governor Graham; and later still, Mr. Dortch was succeeded by Thomas S. Ashe, of Anson, who did not take his seat by reason of the dissolution of the Confederate government.
  • Rivers
  • rovers
  • ravers
  • non-alcoholic
  • cross-pieces Mr. Staple, who was with me, suggested we should make a boat of wicker-work, after our Welsh coracles, which we soon completed, by small branches being bent the proper shape, with cross-pieces, each tied very carefully together, forming a strong and firm framework, over which we stretched two raw bullock-hides, well sewn together, and when dry painted it red,-two seats, two paddles, a mast, and lug-sail; the length was seven feet, and twenty inches deep, in shape like half an egg cut through lengthways.
  • dis-consolation

10 words made from the letters rvery

3 letter words made from rvery:

rye, rev, err.

4 letter words made from rvery:

evry, very, revy, ryer, ryve, ervy.

5 letter words made from rvery:

verry.

Misspelling of the day

Folyer

  • able live with
  • become student
  • bends one will
  • falser
  • falter
  • fayer
  • feller
  • filer
  • filler
  • filter
more