What is the correct spelling for DIRVE?
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Correct spellings for DIRVE
- derive Whatever might be the issue of the contest, he could derive from it no advantage.
- die We must do something for her, or she will die .
- dire There may be nothing more heard of the matter; but I think it is quite possible that the Rajah may have taken such dire offence that he will force all his people to join in his quarrel, and the result be a serious trouble."
- dirge Hard is this lot and dreary: With mournful dirge and sigh To carry sad and weary The child where it shall lie!
- diva The Red Prince had made an enormous success, and the diva had leaped into instant popularity.
- dive I have not seen either a man or woman dive .
- diver It had been used as a diving tender before, apparently, because there was a ladder that could be swung outboard for a diver to use.
- dove And above them the Dove with its outstretched wings, the white bird hovering in a sea of light!
- dover Then and there they would dramatise the story, for it was usually one of adventure, and Georgie had a clockwork paddle-steamer called the Dover , which sailed the bed manned by cardboard sailors of Gwynneth's making.
- drive But I drive folks around and I hear them yarning.
- driver I was unable to hear his directions to the driver ."
- drove "Was on my way there when you drove in.
- rive I wouldna care if ye were to rive horse and beast and a' from me now.
- Dived With a sigh, Peggy lit the little alcohol lamp under the tea kettle and Katherine dived mysteriously under the desk to emerge a moment later with something that sent a general shout of approval through the entire group.
- Dives Captain Lyon tells us, that when a seal lies just ashore, the bear gets quietly into the water and swims away from him to leeward; he then takes short dives, and manages so that the last dive shall bring him back close to the seal, which tries to escape by rolling into the water, when he falls into the bear's paws; and if he should lie still, the bear springs upon and devours him; its favourite food, however, is the floating carcases of whales.
- I've "I think I know when I've had enough," he said.
- Dave Crawford said uncomfortably, "Thanks, Dave , anyway.
- DIV Man, Hillocks, div ye no see he's gotten back his dochter, and it's made him anither man?
- DIR 25 Ach, wie so schwer ertrag' ich dich, das sage ich dir sicherlich!