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Correct spellings for DAVEW

  • aver Nevertheless, such was the sway of her beauty aver my soul, I determined to abide by my promise and to carry the matter through, and to put myself in the wrong as little as possible.
  • avow Therefore I am not ashamed or afraid to avow my honest opinions even in the face of a frowning world.
  • cave It lies higher up than the well-known Clapham or Ingleborough Cave , and both should be visited in the same expedition.
  • dace Heiresses and dace both attract by reason of their silver: libertines and pike have much in common.
  • dale Good night, Mrs. Dale .
  • dame Only see what striking remarks this witty and travelled dame does make!
  • dane And though the industrious Dane poured incessant numbers of people into Britain, yet it cost them 200 years, and 150,000 men before they reduced it.
  • dare I didn't dare to at first.
  • date The date when she got the line is not here.
  • david "Funny kitty," said David .
  • davis How did you know it was Davis ?
  • davit It all struck him as a dream as he turned and strode to the rail by the port-anchor davit .
  • davy Davy looked up as if to inquire what he really was at Ben's age, and received an answer.
  • daze Something had happened, and Hazel, in a partial daze , scarcely understood quite what it was.
  • devi About eight miles to the east thou wilt find a temple dedicated to my terrible sister Devi .
  • dew After that there’ll be honey-dew jam.
  • diva It is for this gift, or power over language, that Lucretius prays in his invocation to the creative power of Nature,- Quo magis aeternum da dictis, diva , leporem; and those who came after him devoted still greater study to attain perfection in the diction and rhythm of poetry.
  • dive He had never learned to swim, let alone dive .
  • diver At the proper signal, those who remain in the boat draw up the net, while the diver , kicking off the stone from his feet, comes to the surface with the speed of an arrow.
  • dove Dropping the pole, she dove desperately at him where he fought on the very edge of the bank.
  • dover "I shall sail to Dover at once.
  • drew The nearer they drew to London the more there was to see.
  • duvet
  • have
  • lave
  • nave Instead of the low open seats great square high pews filled the nave .
  • pave He determined to do something that he had not attempted since he had beaued Hittie; he set himself to compose a few verses for a valentine-verses that would pave the way for a formal declaration of his love and his hopes.
  • rave "You rave like a play-actor.
  • save But you will save his life, Doctor?
  • wave They stand up and wave their arms, and point this way and that.
  • Ave Ave-Lallemant, K.C.B. Die Benutzung der Palmen am Amazonenstrom in der Oekonomie der Indier.
  • Dived She came like a goat among the rocks, just as she had once dived into darkness in the Khyber with King following.
  • Dives She made several frantic dives forward; but the confusion of wheels, horses' heads and shouting drivers speedily drove her back to the sidewalk after each fresh essay; and she was beginning to be in despair when she felt herself spasmodically seized by the arm, and a terrified voice said in her ear-no, not in her ear, for Hannah's ear was far above the diminutive person who had clutched her, and whom she turned to face,- "Don't!
  • Gave What would I do if you gave me leave?
  • Dave "No, Dave , she told me that she wanted to be left alone.
  • Davies Meanwhile, "it was manifest," says Sir John Davies , "that those who had the government of Ireland under the crown of England intended to make a perpetual separation and enmity between the English settled in Ireland and the Irish, in the expectation that the English should in the end root out the Irish."
  • doves Later they took him up to the Temple at Jerusalem to make the offering that all Jewish mothers made, some money, if it was the first boy-child, and a lamb, or a pair of doves .
  • DIV 3,000 Chief of Appointmerit Div ......
  • DEF
  • FAVE
  • EAVE
  • deafer My niece is in the Pyrenees, and I am living alone with my mother, who is becoming deafer and deafer , so that my existence lacks diversion absolutely.
  • be-dogs

13 words made from the letters DAVEW

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