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Correct spellings for ONVER

  • am adequate
  • anger He was so right and strong, and that was partly where her anger lay.
  • aver This the natives call narrie-comboo; and they aver that this "Jackal's Horn" only grows on the head of the leader of the pack.
  • confer We would confer with you."
  • convey He nodded his head, as if to convey his silent command to her to leave the room; but either she did not notice it or preferred not to obey.
  • denver Charley had curled up and attached himself to the instrument panel from which be scowled at Denver in malignant fury.
  • elver
  • enter He told Garry that if I didn't come back in three days I should never enter his house or his office again."
  • envoy Who should be taken for an envoy?
  • envy I envy that man; but though I am very familiar with the wonderful little drawing, a renewed acquaintance is always a delight to me.
  • ever Have I ever been so?
  • infer You see, he is a good judge of character; he will naturally infer, from what he knows of my temperament, that after this experience I shall want to get back to England and safety.
  • inner Just then the door of the inner room opened, and Dr. Polk came out.
  • inter For the visible and the invisible worlds are inter-related, interwoven, each with each, and those can best serve the visible by whom the energies of the invisible can be wielded.
  • invar
  • invert With equal justice I invert the maxim, and say, The less the danger, the smaller the fear; nay, there may be situations in which one has absolutely no knowledge of fear; and among these mine is to be reckoned.
  • never I never had him!
  • offer I know all about your offer.
  • oliver Do it good," replied Oliver.
  • once Bwana kubwa eat at once."
  • one One can't see enough of them!
  • Ones Well-take me to see them-the real ones-there are lots somewhere Mother says.
  • oven Brown in the oven and serve cold.
  • over Then all is over.
  • owner You know Garrison's old owner, Mr. Waterbury, is returning with the colonel.
  • under 2928. How many men are employed under you?
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