What is the correct spelling for ELOVE?

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Correct spellings for ELOVE

  • alcove They left the Boucher room, in which the stranger seemed to be absorbed in contemplation, and seated themselves in the alcove , behind the statue of "Triumphant Love."
  • alive Their victim should never get away from them alive .
  • allover I've got some allover lace-it's eecrue-that you can fill in the neck with; you're welcome to use it-there's most a yard of it, and I won't never find a use for it.
  • aloe Then it got very hot and I for one was glad to get my back against an aloe for a little shade and concealment, and sketched, and fired occasionally to be sociable, as a duck came within say eighty yards.
  • clove Put on a plate an ounce of the very best mustard powder, with a salt-spoon of salt, a few leaves of tarragon, and a clove of garlic minced fine.
  • delve Yet if we delve below this romanticism of Balaustion we shall find the poet's own belief in the almost omniscient power of human love the basis of the relation between Admetos and Alkestis.
  • eleven Eleven works have had the misfortune to figure only between three and nine times on the bill.
  • elf And I had to follow, and I found him telling Elf such a tragic tale of how you and Le had gone off and left him tied up, without even looking behind to bid him good-by, that his heart was quite broken, and he had been trying to hang himself on his own chain ever since!
  • elope I would elope quick enough, if I had only myself to consider.
  • elver
  • elves Here lived the elves ; she knew them well, and often lay with her head among the violets, listening for the thin sound of their elfin fiddles.
  • eve That was why I had to leave the table with the ladies-I'm spending the night there, and I shan't be back till late on Christmas Eve ."
  • evolve One of the most difficult problems is to evolve a high-lift wing which does not impair the aircraft's speed in the air.
  • glove Happiness wears out like an old glove .
  • helve It was the short hatchet on the thwart and he had seized it by the helve , well up toward the top.
  • lave And yet we couldn't do a thing like that widout the lave of the King of All Ireland."
  • leave I'll just go up with you, and then I'm afraid I shall have to leave you with him.
  • live The boy'll live , shure he will!
  • love Don't you love them?
  • lover Even now, Jane was probably with her lover .
  • olive And along the coast on their right lay a gray-green sea of foliage where the olive groves lined the shore.
  • solve The problem you have to solve is, having left a point on land, the latitude and longitude of which you know, and sailed so many miles in a certain direction, in what latitude and longitude have you arrived?
  • Elva Elfrida, or Elva , was all her mother-a faultless blonde-with fair complexion, blue eyes, and golden-brown hair.
  • Eloy West front, St. Eloy , by Banco, for the blacksmiths and farriers.
  • Elvia
  • Lovey And Louie remembered certain little incidents and unbendings that had caused it to be indulgently rumoured that "Lovey wasn't such a bad old sort once you got to know her."
  • ELEV 12,650 Oct 11, noon 189.5, air 37.6 degrees, elev.
  • EAVE From every roof and eave, from every bough and bush, dropped millions of blazing jewels.

14 words made from the letters ELOVE