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Correct spellings for RECEIOVED
- perceived In his sister-in-law's words, in her manner, in her face, Giovanni perceived something that was not natural.
- receive If he arrived early he found Olive waiting to receive him in the drawing-room.
- received Then am I to understand you are satisfied with the answer you have received?
- receiver And with that she hung up the receiver.
- relieved The young man seemed relieved to talk about the coming business of the day.
- removed They were never far removed from violence.
- reserved With a cold, reserved manner he answered, "I am he, and am come here to give you my commands by word of mouth."
- revived "Louise had altogether faded out of my remembrance until your question revived it.
- Deceived Then you deceived him, and told a lie?
- Receded Some may, perhaps, object, that Solon recovered Salamis, which they had lost, for the Athenians; whereas Poplicola receded from part of what the Romans were at that time possessed of; but judgment is to be made of actions according to the times in which they were performed.
- Recited The narrative of her ladyship's discoveries-recited at full length; and the announcement of her ladyship's resolution-declared in the most uncompromising terms-raised Mrs. Glenarm's excitement to the highest pitch.
- receives The heir of the Touarick Sultan receives no presents: he asks for none.
- receivers It will take some time to acquaint myself with all these localities; the next step will be to find out, if possible, if anyone at all answering to his description is in the habit of coming there occasionally, and whom he visits; another thing will be to find out the places where receivers of stolen goods do their business, and to watch those with whom highwaymen are suspected of having dealings.