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How to spell SAIVE correctly?

The misspelling "saive" could be corrected to "save". Save is a word that means to rescue or protect something or someone from harm or danger. It is important to use the correct spelling to ensure clear communication and prevent any confusion.

List of suggestions on how to spell saive correctly

  • Ave Ave Maria is a popular hymn of devotion to the Virgin Mary.
  • naive As a child, he was incredibly naive and trusting, but as he grew older, he learned to be more cautious.
  • Sadie Sadie went for a walk in the park.
  • safe It's important to wear a helmet while riding a bike to stay safe.
  • saliva I couldn't help but lick my lips, the taste of salty saliva lingering in my mouth.
  • salve
  • salver The butler presented the silver salver with a glass of champagne to the distinguished guests.
  • save
  • saved I saved my progress before closing the computer.
  • saver I'm going to put the energy saver on.
  • saves She saves money every month in order to buy a new car.
  • serve I will serve breakfast to my family this morning.
  • shave I forgot to shave today.
  • sieve I am going to use my sieve to separate the wheat from the chaff.
  • siva Siva is the supreme god of Shaivism, one of the major traditions within Hinduism.
  • skive The student tried to skive off class but was caught by the teacher.
  • Skiver He is the biggest skiver in the office, always finding excuses not to do his work.
  • sliver A sliver of wood stuck out of the side of the boat.
  • soave The soave had a smooth, sherry-like flavor.
  • spiv He's a spiv, plain and simple.
  • starve We will starve if we don't find food soon.
  • stave He managed to stave off the foreclosure of his house by negotiating with the bank.
  • suave She was sultry in his arms, but he could not take his eyes off her suave disposition.
  • waive The lawyer asked the judge to waive the fees for his client.

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Experated

  • exaggerated
  • exasperated
  • excreted
  • execrated
  • exonerated
  • expatriated
  • expected
  • expedite
  • expedited
  • expiated
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