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How to spell WEEVE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell weeve correctly

  • EAVE
  • eve On the eve of his graduation, John felt a mixture of excitement and anxiety about his future.
  • peeve
  • reeve
  • swerve I averted my gaze when I noticed him starting to swerve.
  • verve Her verve and enthusiasm for life were contagious and inspiring to those around her.
  • waive The club decided to waive the player's contract and let him go.
  • wave A large wave hit the shore and soaked my clothes.
  • we're
  • we've We've been here for hours and there's still no sign of him.
  • weave She learned how to weave beautiful baskets from her grandmother.
  • Weaved The weaved text looked beautiful.
  • weaver The weaver worked carefully, handcrafting a beautiful tapestry.
  • weaves My mother weaves amazing purple and green baskets.
  • wee "I had a wee bit of tea before bed last night.
  • weed I need to remove the weed from the garden before it spreads any further.
  • weeder My neighbor lent me her weeder to help me get rid of the pesky weeds in my garden.
  • week
  • Ween
  • weep The woman couldn't help but weep when she received the news of her son's passing.
  • weeper The mournful weeper sobbed uncontrollably at the funeral.
  • weepie
  • WEES
  • weevil The weevil infestation destroyed the entire harvest.
  • Were Where were you when the werewolf attacked?
  • WHEE Jenny shouted "whee!" as she went down the slide at the playground.
  • wheeze I could hear my grandfather when he would wheeze after climbing up the stairs due to his asthma.
  • wive I have heard that many men wive more than once in their lifetime.
  • Wove She wove a beautiful tapestry using a variety of colorful threads.

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