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Correct spellings for GVEET

  • avert Her heart trembled for Hippolitus; and she was upon the point of returning to resign herself at once to the power of her enemies, and thus avert the danger that threatened him, when she distinguished the loud voice of the duke.
  • caveat "In the absence of a specific warranty the same doctrine applies in this as in any other case," he replied sonorously, "and that is the doctrine of caveat emptor."
  • covert The skirmishers had reached the crest of the declivity, and the long wave of bayonets, following close upon their tracks, was within sixty paces of the covert , when the thickets stirred suddenly with sound and movement.
  • covet The independence of the Chanca people, who otherwise must soon be destroyed, and certain other added territories which you covet , while I am Inca.
  • evert The apartments were supplied with every book which it could have been supposed might amuse her; there were guitars of the city and of Florence, and even an English piano; a library of the choicest music; and all the materials of art. The air of elegance and cheerful comfort that pervaded these apartments, so unusual in this land, the bright blaze of the fire, evert the pleasant wax-lights, all combined to deprive the moment of that feeling of gloom and exhaustion which attends an arrival at a strange place at a late hour, and Henrietta looked around her, and almost fancied she was once more at Ducie.
  • fete To add to the odours, the air was vitiated by the smell of pigeons killed for fete days, and of dishes stolen from the refectory, and kept by the pupils in their lockers.
  • gate The judge shook his head, and turned to the gate again.
  • gavotte The Gavotte was played at a concert of the Beethoven Association in New York in January, 1920, by Madame Samaroff and Harold Bauer, being inserted as a movement in the Sonata in A major for four hands, Op. 6. Mr. Bauer also made an arrangement for two hands which has been published by G. Schirmer.
  • genet
  • gent
  • get
  • ghent
  • gift
  • give
  • giver
  • great
  • greed
  • greet
  • guest
  • gut
  • jet
  • overt
  • revert
  • tevet
  • Feet Candar pushed himself to his feet.
  • Gave He gave them to her.
  • Ged The banks o' Whythaugh I sall na see, I never sall look upon wife and bairn; I wad pawn my saul for my gude mear, Jean, I wad pawn my saul for a ged o' airn.
  • Geed
  • Git
  • Gite
  • Got
  • Gyve
  • Yvette
  • GT
  • GTE
  • getty
  • GOVT
  • gyved

7 words made from the letters GVEET