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  • bevel For the purpose of cross cutting or cutting on a bevel a thin sliding table is fitted to slide upon the main table, and is provided with a gauge which is capable of being adjusted at any desired angle.
  • civil Civil visitors called resolutely at the Abbey, and were as resolutely bowed away from the doors as soon as they had left their cards.
  • evil It is an evil day that cometh upon us."
  • feel Does mother feel upset too?
  • gavel I therefore took the liberty, Mr. President, of having made for you a gavel from the wood of an Indiana pecan tree, where as a youth I lived and learned of this most delicious of all the nuts, and I take pleasure in presenting it to you, and if anyone doubts the hardiness or hardness of the Indiana pecan, I authorize you to demonstrate both.
  • havel The girls who had been swamped went to bed and were dosed with hot drinks brewed over the campfire by Mrs. Havel.
  • hovel My fears had confused me; I was in fact hard by my hovel, and scarcely three paces from the brink of the cavern: it was from thence the cries proceeded.
  • level Does He not lead us step by step from a lower to a higher level?
  • navel The pad is apt to become displaced, and to press anywhere but over the navel, while its edges irritate the infant's delicate skin, and the pressure which it exerts if it is sufficiently tight to retain its place interferes with respiration.
  • novel The scene was novel to the half bewildered girl.
  • ravel Tie a knot in each end, and ravel the ends of raffia to form a tassel.
  • reveal I will reveal all.
  • revel Wines and viands still left on the table; gilded mirrors, reflecting the stern face of the solitary intruder; here and there an artificial flower, a knot of riband on the floor, all betokening the gaieties and graces of luxurious life-the dance, the revel, the feast-all this in one apartment!
  • safely Point of Cedars was safely reached.
  • save No honour save that of his own name?
  • saved Even if he loved Francette he must be saved for that happiness.
  • saver Then, while the united exertions of the saver and the saved, in anticipation, were on the very point of being successful, the polished steel of the bayonet unaccountably slipped through the fingers of Tom, and the bateau was borne off towards the opposite shore.
  • seal "The handsomest Seal is the Ribbon Seal.
  • sell My father had to sell again at a big loss.
  • seoul By the first week in September it was clear that the area of trouble covered the eastern provinces from near Fusan to the north of Seoul.
  • sepal (The dorsal sepal of the similar Caladenia brevisura is not thickened and the lateral sepals are less so.
  • sequel I heard the sequel afterward-the young man refused the post as quite unworthy of him.
  • serve You know the greatest longing of my heart is to help and serve you.
  • server Abacus Data Systems offerings are as follows: Cloud Abacus Private Cloud is a private cloud sold as Desktop-as-a-Service within a Windows Server 2012 R2 environment.
  • servile As a result of the fear of servile insurrection among the slaves after Nat Turner's uprising, the exercise of the gift of preaching was prohibited to Negroes in North Carolina.
  • seven Chicago, 1905. The Seven Valleys.
  • sever Heat from fire, fire from heat, None can sever.
  • several He started back several steps, and clasped his hands amazedly.
  • severe It was a severe trial to Cosmo's strength, now that the excitement of adventure had relaxed, and left him the weaker.
  • severn Severn, who died in August 1879, having been British Consul in Rome for many years, now lies in close proximity to his friend.
  • seville They chose the house to be near her for that reason, and because Isabella had told Richard that if he came to look for her he would find her in Seville, and her cousin, the nun of St. Paula's, would tell him where: he had only to ask for the nun who had the best voice in the convent; every one would know her by that description.
  • shovel Get a shovel, and help me dig Rose loose," she called to Russ.
  • sieve But when the Bible or the sieve turned on the name of one whom they knew often stole, and he did not acknowledge that he had stolen the chicken of which he was accused, he would have to acknowledge his previously stolen goods or that he had thought of stealing at the time when the chicken or the dress was stolen.
  • snivel
  • spiel
  • stael
  • steel
  • suavely
  • swivel
  • Served The first course was served.
  • Soever
  • Sven
  • Sahel A relatively dry tropical savanna, the Sahel extends beyond the borders of Burkina Faso, from the Horn of Africa to the Atlantic Ocean, and borders the Sahara to its north and the fertile region of the Sudan to the South.
  • serves And it will be some time before the moon serves again; and then the Christmas holidays will be coming on; and by next term the pheasants will all have been shot off.
  • saves And that observation saves us additional labor, for he will not easily depart from his resolution.
  • severs Hatred severs human lives, fosters persecution, and hurls nations into ruthless war, yet men, though they do not understand why, retain some measure of faith in the overshadowing of a Perfect Love; and to reach this Love and to live consciously in it is peace.
  • sieved
  • sieves

20 words made from the letters sevel

3 letter words made from sevel:

ese, see, eel, lee, lev, eve, sle, evl.

4 letter words made from sevel:

5 letter words made from sevel:

leves, vesle, sevel, sleev, vesel, elves.

Misspelling of the day

Dieceded

  • be disagreeable
  • ceded
  • deceased
  • deced
  • decedent
  • deceived
  • decide
  • decided
  • decider
  • decides
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