What is the correct spelling for GRUVE?
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Correct spellings for GRUVE
- crave "I crave your pardon," said Seti.
- curve The centre of that curve was the spot occupied by the snake.
- give Miss Sophonisba would not give way.
- grave Regis still looked grave .
- gravel With her elbows resting on her knees and supported by her high heels, she remained silent, tapping the gravel path with her satin slippers.
- graven She could visualize the astonished native fingering them and holding them up to the light; the sunlight, Akhnaton's symbol of divinity, was to bear testimony to the fact that the bright objects which had caught the Arab's eyes were beautiful and rich-hued gems, that they were indeed a portion of the treasure which he had hidden from the avarice of the priests of Amon, who set up graven images and worshipped false gods.
- graves The hills rose like graves of white men and barrows to the long-forgotten dead.
- gravy An inspiration couldn't be fat, and I'm always in danger from hot cakes and chicken gravy .
- grief You can imagine the grief this is to me.
- grieve I grieve to learn of poor Mrs. Pillon's continued ill health.
- grovel Then she snatched her hand away, and covered her face with both hands, and began to rock and moan, and finally turned round and hid her face against the very floor as if she would grovel and burrow into it.
- rove He will rove unless you tie him to a post, and he will whistle then.
- Gave And of course Harold's letters gave me no help.
- Graver Discourse at Table graver and less pleasant, methoughte, than heretofore.
- graved They are engraved in outline and decorated en engobe-that is, the object before being glazed is covered with a second coating of coloured slip or engobe, on which is graved the ornament or design after it has been merely dried by the air, leaving a sort of champ leve, and afterwards baked in the kiln.