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Correct spellings for POVER

  • aver
  • cove Chapter 29 Helena was dozing down in the cove at Tintagel.
  • cover "Alec and I have been talking it over, and if you'll agree to obey orders and keep under cover maybe we'll take you along.
  • dove I mean, it's all very well for Mr. and Mrs. Dove.
  • dover This narrow passage is called the Straits of Dover.
  • ever I don't know 's ever I did, to speak of.
  • hoover Looking past her and through the windows, toward the hills that rolled beyond his estate, he could see Hoover Tower in the distance, rising high above the treetops of the Stanford University campus.
  • hover Then, after the boat had disappeared completely from sight, hidden by a huge grey wall of sea, she seemed suddenly to climb to the top of it, to hover there, to become mixed up with the spray and the surf and a great green mass of waters, and then finally, with a harsh crash of timbers and a shout from the fishermen, to be flung high and dry upon the stones.
  • jove By jove, I'll do it one of these days," he added between his teeth.
  • louver
  • love
  • lover
  • move
  • mover
  • over
  • pave The visits of sympathetic women to girls in institutions pave the way for a useful service in their social reinstatement later.
  • paved
  • peer
  • peeve
  • pier
  • plover The lake swarmed with many kinds of curious water-birds, the most common being a red-headed kind of plover; there was also a great variety of duck and teal.
  • poe
  • poem
  • poet
  • poke
  • poker
  • pole
  • pone
  • poof
  • poor
  • pope
  • popover Polly, too far away to heed either command, was alarmed lest Popover might manage to escape from the building, in which case there would be small chance of catching her.
  • popper
  • pore
  • porker Farragut at once set up a claim to the porker as being private property, and as such to be respected by all civilized nations.
  • porter
  • pose
  • poser
  • poseur There was a shadow of condescension and ulterior meaning in De la Riviere's voice, for he had caught the tricks of the poseur in this singular gentleman.
  • pother
  • potter
  • pouf
  • pour
  • pouter
  • poverty
  • powder
  • power
  • prove
  • puffer
  • purvey
  • rove
  • rover
  • Hove
  • Wove
  • Soever
  • PERV
  • PAVES
  • poorer
  • pokier
  • accroached
  • mis carried
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