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Correct spellings for OVESEA

  • averse I am averse to having anything to do with the man, as you can readily understand, but I do not want to see the whole Hilltop Academy kept prisoners here for an indefinite time.
  • avesta Thus the basis of the religion of the magi of Asia Minor was Mazdaism, somewhat changed from that of the Avesta , and in certain respects holding closer to the primitive nature worship of the Aryans, but nevertheless a clearly characterized and distinctive Mazdaism, which was to remain the most solid foundation for the greatness of the mysteries of Mithra in the Occident.
  • eaves Every line of the sheds and barns, the eaves and corners of the home that Donald and she had made, was struck against the glare.
  • ese Conque ese Don Juan you say?
  • ives Anna St. Ives herself must not tempt me to that.
  • obese "I am a banker," replied John Turner, looking with an obese deliberation toward one of the deep windows, where, half-concealed by the heavy curtain, a third person stood gazing down into the street.
  • obverse On the following day the corporation of the city presented to their young sovereign a hundred and fifty medals of gold, some of which bore on their obverse her own profile, and others that of the King, their reverse being in every case a representation of the town by which the offering was made; and on the ensuing evening she attended a banquet given in her honour by the Papal vice-legate at the palace of Rouvre, where at the conclusion of the ball, as she was about to retire with her suite, the tapestry hangings of the saloon were suddenly withdrawn, and revealed a magnificent collation served upon three separate tables.
  • odessa On arriving at Berlin their first duty was to apply to the Russian ambassador for his signature to their passport, with permission to enter the Russian territory at Odessa .
  • over What are you going to do when the war's over ?
  • oversea But one night, at the dead of night, into the birds wings came the longing to be once more in lands oversea .
  • overseas Perhaps he reflected that strange things happened to the boys overseas .
  • oversee Here we will leave him; for he is yet in Mason's employ, and it is said in Antelope Spring to-day, or was a few months ago, that when "Bob Mason hired that kid to oversee his ranch, he knew what he was about."
  • overseer During that time my affairs in England had been very little attended to; and as my overseer was a man on whose integrity I could rely, I determined to pay a visit to my native country.
  • overstay Yet I think he will overstay the term, for my lord Gawain will not allow him to part from him, as together they go to joust wherever tournaments are held.
  • overuse
  • Ivies
  • Ova Ay dis time around will be da take ova Give da game a makeover – Trap Girl by gucci mane
  • Oversaw Some time afterward one of the native guides began to make love to Ola: I oversaw the two flirting and was highly amused at the manner in which they went about it.
  • Overseen
  • Oversell
  • Yves
  • Loves With wife's and mother's and poor-folk's loves, And home-loves and high glory-loves – My Springs by Sidney Lanier
  • avers
  • moves The power of the melody moves you! The sing attack grooves you! – Song Of Jigglypuff by Pokemon (Related Recordings)
  • oversees
  • doves Don't quarrel, my doves !
  • coves
  • roves Now the brown bee, wild and wise, Hums abroad, and roves and roams, Storing in his wealthy thighs Treasure for the golden combs: Dewy buds and blossoms dear Whisper 'tis the sweet o' the year.
  • ovens
  • IVS
  • OHSA
  • EVES Dark bluebells drench'd with dews of summer eves, And purple orchises with spotted leaves-- – Scholar-Gipsy, The by Matthew Arnold
  • OISE Planting a rear guard upon the western banks of the Seine, the chafing foe was held in check until the Royalist army had retired beyond the Oise .
  • cross-pollinated

20 words made from the letters OVESEA