What is the correct spelling for HGIVE?
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Correct spellings for HGIVE
- give It knew he could not give it what it wanted. And girl I'll give you all I got to give So baby, be my girl (all the time) You're everything this world could be The reason that I live – Baby Be Mine by Michael Jackson
- giver Neither the giver nor the receiver spoke a word, and with bounding steps the hoy ran home. The spin the dime to chip up the plastic glock ripper The fire screen ripper, the B.G. CD listener The Big Boy headache giver – Pimpinabitch by juvenile
- have I am sure you have .
- hike But it was a regular hike spread, and meant lots and lots of fun, especially when the pancake contest was started. I'll take a hike Cause every day's an expedition I don't just run I'll take a bike – Ain't That Right by G. Love And Special Sauce
- hiv People with porphyria, anemia, cardiac disease, lung disease, HIV infection, G6PD deficiency, and liver impairment are at higher risks of adverse effects when using dapsone.
- hive They steal into the hive when the bees are quiet, up among the comb, or when they hang out in warm weather, but are still and quiet. You sit around and you nurse your hive The richest junkie still alive – Richest Junkie Still Alive by Machines Of Loving Grace
- jive Lets Party" was a popular single by Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers. Forget the junk, forget the jive I just want to stay alive – Showbusiness by Van Morrison
- Gave Cornish gave a breathless laugh. To those she saw most beautiful she gave Strange panacea in a crystal bowl. They drank in their deep sleep of that sweet wave, And lived thenceforward as if some control, – The Witch Of Atlas by Percy Bysshe Shelley
- Gyve 'Go lytle quayr, god gyve the wel to sayle To that good sheppe, ycleped Bertelet.
- Hove It was a long, hot, dusty railway journey, but at last the tiny Northern railway station hove in sight, the rasping screech of the sawmill rivalled the shrill call of the locomotive, and directly behind the little settlement stretched the smooth surface of "Lake Nameless," ready and waiting to be ruffled by the dip of paddle blades.