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Correct spellings for NOVED

  • covet "If you but knew," he said pensively, "how little I covet that dignity: is not a king fettered by his duties?
  • loved How could they know the heart of a girl who loved a man?
  • moved He took his arm away from her shoulders and moved farther off; he was not sure how far he might trust himself.
  • named The children that same evening named him "The King," as Nell was sure that before he got caught in the ravine he undoubtedly was the king of all the elephants in Africa.
  • nave Of the interior, the nave is in length 39 feet, and in width about 60 feet.
  • navel The navel string should be at once tied with a cord that has been taken from a strong solution of carbolic acid.
  • need You need not be, sir!
  • nevada Twenty years ago, when I crossed the continent from San Francisco, I noticed with disgust the advertisements stencilled on every second rock in the canyons of Nevada , and defacing every coign of vantage around Niagara.
  • never We never thought of that.
  • nod The stranger gave a short nod .
  • node Peduncles long, with a node near the end.
  • nomad Twice, as we have seen, had Assyria conquered in earlier times an empire of the nomad Semitic type, that is, a licence to raid unchecked over a wide tract of lands; but, so far as we know, neither Shalmaneser I nor Tiglath Pileser I had so much as conceived the idea of holding the raided provinces by a permanent official organization.
  • nosed His long-nosed, heavy-jowled face, with the bristling gray side-whiskers, flushed darkly when she placed her trembling little hand in his and shyly voiced her gratitude for his great kindness to her.
  • note One prisoner saw him without taking any note that he was a child.
  • noted In his attitude toward the existence of evil Browning takes issue with Carlyle, as already noted in the second chapter.
  • nov For this purpose we planned to take advantage of the Nov ember moon.
  • nova Surrexit tandem, glaucumque retraxit amictum; Cras lucos, reor, ille novos, nova pascua quaeret.
  • novel Let's write a novel , Betty.
  • novena They then commenced a novena that a Catholic might buy it.
  • ovid Tongue ovoid, emarginate posteriorly, and only slightly free behind; vomerine teeth 3-3, situated on small triangular elevations between ovid inner nares; openings to vocal sac large, one situated along inner posterior edge of each mandibular ramus.
  • paved He had fallen into a ditch which ran beside a narrow, green-paved road.
  • saved We have been saved from doing each other wrong.
  • Caved He could make out individual structures now: a wall had fallen and was half-buried in the dust and sand; an entire roof had caved in on another building, leaving only rubble in the interior.
  • Dived Then, holding the girl between them, and with Ennis' hand covering her mouth and nostrils, the other two dived.
  • Hived "It will do you a sight of good," said she, "and there's no kind of use why you should stay hived up with me.
  • Knifed An added item was that Peter himself had been knifed, and had been found in a dying condition.
  • Laved These seemed quite conscious of the freight they bore, And kissed the water which their trim forms laved; While all enjoyed a scene that ne'er the heart depraved.
  • Lived Never, so long as she lived, was she able to forget them.
  • Nerved He nerved himself up many times to make the explanation and bring down the avalanche, but when the time came he postponed it.
  • Nodded The younger man nodded his head.
  • Noised But he was not to be put off by my sudden coldness, and he proceeded to inform me that he had just returned from Salisbury Plain, that it had been noised abroad that ten thousand men were wanted by the War Office to work in forming new camps.
  • Novene
  • Raved But a shaft from Cupid's bow must have been shot from a slack string, for Rosalind could remember how quickly she forgot Arthur Fenwick as she took a good look at Gerry Palliser, his great friend, whom he had so often raved about to her, and who was to be brought to play lawn-tennis next Monday.
  • Roved Poleon had finished several pipes, and now sat in the shadows in the open doorway, apparently tired and dejected, though his eyes shone like diamonds and roved from one to the other.
  • Shoved They found his hat there, and it was bloody, as if he had been struck first, and a club there, also bloody,-and it is believed he was killed first and then pushed over, for there is the place yet, after three years, where the earth gave way with the weight of something shoved over the edge.
  • Waved Stas waved his hand and continued: I hear!
  • Wived No plenipo-pacha, three-tail'd and three wived?
  • Novae 39. C. novae hollandae, Dumeril and Bibron Erp.
  • Novas But no sooner had the literature of antiquity taken root in France than it was made to bear novas frondes et non sua poma of vernacular literature.
  • Ned Ned was already in.
  • NORAD
  • naves Wing is probably much later in date than most of Brixworth, but one cannot but be struck by a certain resemblance in construction between the two naves , and in plan between the crypt at Wing and the remains of the crypt at Brixworth.
  • rived To him who, deadly hurt, agen Flashed on afore the charge's thunder, Tippin' with fire the bolt of men That rived the rebel line asunder?"
  • nuked
  • gyved
  • fargoing

29 words made from the letters NOVED

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