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How to spell VERNES correctly?

If you're trying to type "vernes" but have misspelled it, here are some correct suggestions: "Vernier", which refers to a measuring instrument; "Verne", the surname of famous writer Jules Verne; or "Vernissage", an art exhibition preview. Remember to double-check spellings to ensure accuracy in your writing.

List of suggestions on how to spell vernes correctly

  • vanes The vanes on the windmill turned quickly in the strong breeze.
  • Veins John has many veins on his arms.
  • Vends She vends handmade jewelry at the local market every Saturday.
  • vents The vents in the building provide a way for heat and air to escape.
  • venues There are many venues in the city where you can host events.
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  • verges The car almost veered off the road as it approached the sharp verges.
  • Vern Vern was always punctual and never missed a meeting.
  • Verna Verna is a traditional name that was popular in the mid-twentieth century.
  • verne Jules Verne is known for his science fiction novels such as "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea".
  • vernier I had to use a vernier caliper to measure the thickness of the metal sheet.
  • verniers The verniers were adjusted to account for the correction of the vane's pointing direction.
  • veronese The painting is a work by Veronese.
  • verse I can recite the first verse of that poem from memory.
  • verses She can recite all the verses of her favorite song perfectly.
  • vines The vines of the grape plant grew up the trellis towards the sky.

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