What is the correct spelling for DISCOUVERED?

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Correct spellings for DISCOUVERED

  • discolored The blow had told with effect-two front teeth were gone and both eyes were discolored , caused, I think, by him coming in contact with the floor.
  • discoloured The discoloured lips, surrounded by deep lines, quivered painfully, murmuring always the same word: "Pardon!
  • discovered Not so hidden but he can be discovered , I suppose?"
  • discoverer From that time Bantius became the most faithful assistant and ally of Marcellus, and a most keen discoverer of those that attempted innovation and sedition.
  • discovery But though she had found words to defend her, she knew that Mrs. Blake could never be to her the friend she had been; and the shock of this discovery had been dreadful to her.
  • Discoveries Within the next few years discoveries followed thick and fast.
  • Dissevered Unfortunately, under the construction of the Federal Constitution which has now prevailed too long to be changed this important and delicate duty has been dissevered from the coining power and virtually transferred to more than 1,400 State banks acting independently of each other and regulating their paper issues almost exclusively by a regard to the present interest of their stockholders.
  • rediscovered Psychology then, up to this point, had rediscovered that a Force was working behind physical phenomena, itself not physical; that this Force occasionally exhibited characteristics of Personality; and finally that the despised Catholic Church had been more scientific than scientists in her observation of facts; and that this Force, dealt with along Christian lines, could accomplish what it was unable to accomplish along any other.
  • discoverers We therefore continued our course due west, in the direction of the Pescadore Islands, to obtain ocular demonstration that these and the Udirik group are not one and the same; an opinion which is still entertained by some persons, on the ground that the discoverers of the former have mistaken their longitude.

595 words made from the letters DISCOUVERED