Correct spelling for VEN

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Possible correct spellings for ven

  • ben "He's Ben Weatherstaff's, but I think he knows me a little," answered Mary.
  • den She had opened the window of his smoking-den and was standing in the entrance with impudent merriment in her eyes.
  • e'en Or by experience you, as now, will learn Th' eternal maxim's truth, that e'en a worm will turn.
  • en Maren shook her head.
  • even Some day, how or when he did not know, he would get even with Burlen!
  • fen I judged at once that some of my shipmates must be drawing near along the borders of the fen.
  • gen The story of the way in which Gen.
  • hen "I was up to Farmer Brown's hen house," said he.
  • ken How can I tell ye why, when I dinna ken mysel'?
  • men And the poor men!
  • oven Another day, in winter, he broke his chain and made straight for the kitchen, where he found a snug warm place in old Aunt Moriah's kitchen oven.
  • pen Oh, what is it, Pen?
  • sen The smoke and odour from the funeral pyres that burnt continually, came wind-blown into Hearn's garden down from the hills behind the town, just to remind him, as he says, "that the cost of burning an adult of my own size is 80 sen-about half a dollar in American money at the present rate of exchange."
  • ten It may take me ten years....
  • van Pictures assembled by Philip Van Doren Stern.
  • vein That vein in his forehead-they say that means genius."
  • vend As for me and my Friend, we first laid out all the Silver we had in European Ware, such as we knew would vend at Ispahan, which we carry'd upon twelve Camels; and hiring some Servants, as well for our Guide as our Guard, we set out.
  • venn Henry Venn earned an honourable name as a writer no less than as a pastor and preacher.
  • vent The eruption is here shown in the fulness of its energy, when the internal forces are hurling forth ashes or stones which fall at a considerable distance from the vent.
  • vet Sir Walter Simpson has a very clever vet.
  • vex Do I vex you?
  • wen Wen I sed this, the Deacon knocked the ashes out of his pipe, an ses he, "Wal, Majer, wat do you think the war will amount to, enyhow?"
  • yen People get him to write kakemonos and signboards for them, and he had earned 10 yen, or about 2 pounds, that day.
  • zen Zen I make inquiry of ze mother of ze two demoiselles who have just gone.
  • Sven It's pretty rough on him, thought Berger Sven Persson, particularly if there's any truth in what people say about his having given Elof a little lift on his way into the next world.
  • Vern Arthur clattered: VERN I APPEAL TO YOUR COMMON DECENCY WERE OLD SHIPMATES VERN REMEMBER ALL THE TIMES I
  • Len I call attention to this typical officer of the Merchant Marine, who was devoted body and soul to Captain Len Guy as to the schooner Halbrane.
  • VEG If, however, instead of being quiet he is restless and thirsty, give Arsenicum in alternation with Carbo Veg. , repeating the dose as above directed.

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