What is the correct spelling for DRIVERY?

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Correct spellings for DRIVERY

  • bravery I should not have supposed that you would have been able to do it, but I shall never forget your bravery .
  • delivery There was a pause-Holtspur remaining silent-as if awaiting the delivery of the message.
  • derive He is delighted at the Catholic Question having been carried; and trusts, as I do, that Ireland will derive the greatest benefit from the measure.
  • drapery 7275. Do you deal both in drapery goods and provisions?
  • dreary But he did not believe his own assurance, and the throng of memories that his feverish condition would not let sleep, or that were its cause, came on him more and more thickly through all those hours of the dreary night.
  • drive "I can drive them.
  • drivel "In this case I can't regard the sprawlings of ill-directed aspiration as poems," I replied, "and it seems to me a legitimate function of criticism to say that they are not poems but idiotic drivel -to discriminate between poetry in its unworthiest form and things like that.
  • driven Here you've driven our boy from the house.
  • driver That driver could drive!
  • driveway At five o'clock a dusty vettura drove noisily into the driveway , and from his point of vantage, lying on his back underneath the automobile, Armstrong saw Mr. Ferdinand De Peyster alight.
  • drove Monsieur Dalize, who drove , turned around frequently, looking at Roger.
  • drover The drover stopped and looked back.
  • rivera Here he met Anita Rivera , his beautiful and brave wife, who accompanied him in numerous adventures.
  • riviera I was still mystified why we had come to the Riviera so early in the season, because the white and pale green paint of the hotels was not yet dry, and half of them not yet open.
  • Driveler
  • Drives I think no place so beautiful for walks and drives.
  • cross-mates
  • mis-conjectures
  • mis-conjecturing
  • unprestigious

69 words made from the letters DRIVERY