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Correct spelling for SIVEL

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Possible correct spellings for sivel

  • bevel If the back is raised from the stone so that only the edge touches, the bevel will be short and the edge blunt.
  • civet ~Cat, Civet.
  • civil The landlord was civil and respectable-looking, and the price he asked for a bed was reasonable enough.
  • gavel The Chair hammered and hammered with its gavel, and kept shouting:
  • havel Executive branch: chief of state: President Vaclav HAVEL (since 2 February 1993) head of government: Prime Minister Milos ZEMAN (since 17 July 1998); Deputy Prime Ministers Vladimir SPIDLA (since 17 July 1998), Pavel RYCHETSKY (since 17 July 1998), Pavel MERTLIK (since 17 July 1998), Jan KAZAN (since 8 December 1999) cabinet: Cabinet appointed by the president on the recommendation of the prime minister elections: president elected by Parliament for a five-year term; election last held 20 January 1998 (next to be held NA January 2003); prime minister appointed by the president election results: Vaclav HAVEL reelected president; Vaclav HAVEL received 47 of 81 votes in the Senate and 99 out of 200 votes in the Chamber of Deputies (second round of voting)
  • hovel My ear drank in nothing but the sound of our own footsteps, or the occasional burst of obscene and unholy merriment from some half-closed hovel, where infamy and vice were holding revels.
  • level A meadow as level as a board stretched between.
  • lively She was young, pretty, lively, curious, and talkative; she had not enough patience to wait for my answer to her questions.
  • navel Some call it the navel of the sea, others Charybdis.
  • novel Have you read 'Roland Cashel,' isn't that the name of his last novel?
  • ravel Pupil of the School of Fine Arts, Geneva, under Prof. F. Gillet and M. E. Ravel.
  • revel To storm the fort and revel in butchering its garrison seemed the only desirable thing left for him in life.
  • rival The English nobility, having set Handel this example, claimed their own rights, and organised a rival opera-house at Lincoln's Inn Fields.
  • safely She carried the page of her father's paper safely folded in her hand, and ran nearly all the way, arriving breathless.
  • save In truth I could scarcely believe it; save when I looked in her eyes, I could not believe it.
  • saved Twice he saved their lives.
  • saver It, therefore, is a time and money saver, and it saves friction, and home, and maybe life.
  • seven It would be about half-past seven o'clock when I came to Mr. Chiffinch's; and when I tapped I had no answer.
  • sever Sever of Boston calls attention to a painful condition of the heel met with in children, and associated with changes in the epiphysial junction, allied to those met with in the epiphysis of the tubercle of the tibia in Schlatter's disease.
  • shovel The little water-gate was like a wooden shovel.
  • sibyl "Yes," said Sibyl Dacy, "there is some strange richness in this little spot of soil."
  • sidle Almost indifferently he saw the dark-clothed men sidle forward, lift a grotesquely shaped plate of metal from the floor, and fit it in place, hiding from his eyes the closed eyes of the dead man. He nodded and stepped to the hall when Robinson tapped his arm and whispered:
  • sieve Press through a sieve, add the vanilla, and the gelatin covered with cold water.
  • sill
  • silver
  • sisal
  • siva
  • sivan
  • sliver
  • snivel
  • spiel
  • stael
  • steel
  • suavely
  • swivel
  • Sven
  • Sahel Neither has a national episcopal conference, but the two former French Sahel colonies form a joint transnational Episcopal Conference of Burkina Faso and Niger.
  • saves That is quite fortunate for me, Susy, as it saves me the trouble of forbidding it myself!
  • sieved
  • sieves

40 words made from the letters sivel

4 letter words made from sivel:

lies, siel, elvi, vils, evli, vise, ives, viel, ivel, vlie, vlei, veil, seli, veli, evil, vies, vile, live, levi, leiv, siev, liev, isle.

5 letter words made from sivel:

ilves, vleis, evils, veils, viles, levis, vlies, selvi.

3 letter words made from sivel:

ies, evl, vie, sle, liv, lie, lvi, lev, lei.

Misspelling of the day


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