Correct spelling for SEVERVE

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Possible correct spellings for severve

  • fever "I've got a touch of fever to-night.
  • saver 9 and 10 show a special surface gage, and illustrate an original idea which has been found to be a great saver of time and of milling cutters.
  • serve The voice, I doubt not, was just my own inclination, which bade me hope that once again it might be mine to serve that lady.
  • server :cycle server: n. A powerful machine that exists primarily for running large {batch} jobs.
  • servo Some mechanical flight control systems use servo tabs that provide aerodynamic assistance.
  • sever In some parts of the world incompatibility of temper is considered a just cause for obtaining a divorce, but in England no such subtle distinction is made, and so until the wife became criminal, or the man became both criminal and cruel, these two were linked together by a bond that only death could sever.
  • severe She had turned up the light, which shone full in her face and revealed its severe beauty broken and writhen with the effort to repress her weeping.
  • severn This is the Keats who wrote 'A thing of beauty is a joy for ever'; who found 'the Religion of Joy' in the monuments of the Greek spirit, in sculpture and vases, and mere translations and mere handbooks of mythology; who never ceased, he said, to wonder at all that incarnate delight, and would point out to Severn how essentially modern, how imperishable, the Greek spirit is-a joy for ever.
  • sieve Stir until it is cool, and press in a sieve.
  • sleeve Then he sat straight upright, stared fixedly down the hill, and leaning over pulled his companion by the sleeve.
  • swerve If the caribou did not swerve from this course they would pass close to a projecting point of land, a half-mile up the lake.
  • Served He served a double fault to Tommy, and then a fault to Audrey.
  • Soever All things in heaven and earth do her homage; the very least as feeling her care, and the greatest as not exempted from her power: both angels and men, and creatures of what condition soever, though each in different sort and manner, yet all, with uniform consent, admiring her as the mother of their peace and joy.
  • serves The strain from the vessel serves to keep the net extended, and the whole- vessel and nets together-drifts along with the tide.
  • severs And the next evening she found Mrs. Severs wringing her hands on the front porch.
  • severer If we can direct the lights we derive from such exalted speculations upon the humbler field of the imagination, whilst we investigate the springs, and trace the courses of our passions, we may not only communicate to the taste a sort of philosophical solidity, but we may reflect back on the severer sciences some of the graces and elegances of taste, without which the greatest proficiency in those sciences will always have the appearance of something illiberal.

26 words made from the letters severve

5 letter words made from severve:

evere, verse, verve, veers, erevs, evers, vesre, sever, reeve, veres, serve, seree, veere.

4 letter words made from severve:

ever, seer, erse, sree, veer, sere, veve.

3 letter words made from severve:

esr, see, eve, res, rev, ese.

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Difinetly

  • defiantly
  • definitely
  • diffidently
  • divinely
  • divinity
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