What is the correct spelling for SWEARVE?
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Correct spellings for SWEARVE
- save There must be some way to save him.
- serve But what good purpose would that serve?
- server A server bearing a brass bucket with something in it came out through a door.
- servo Cum enim Misenensi classi praeesset, et flagrante Vesuvio ad explorandas propius causas liburnica pertendisset, neque adversantibus ventis remeare posset, vi pulveris ac favillae oppressus est, vel, ut quidam existimant, a servo suo occisus, quem aestu deficiens ut necem sibi maturaret oraverit.
- sewage A wall separated the swamp from the houses, and over this wall the sewage used to be cast.
- seward The other day the Kernel got off a good joke on Seward.
- sieve Rub through a coarse sieve.
- swear If you would wait for me, I swear I`ll meet you there – Just Not Now by Unknown Author
- swerve He passed me at Doheny then I started to swerve But I pulled her out and there we were At Dead Man's Curve – Dead Man's Curve by blink-182
- waive "Brother," said Mrs. Wilson, "you would oblige me greatly by asking his lordship to waive ceremony; his visits to Bolton castle will probably be frequent, now we have peace; and the owner is so much from home that we may never see him without some such invitation."
- wave "Suppose that also is true," said the President with another vague wave of his hand.
- weave There are about seventy people who live here, they say, but most of them are away in the fields during the day; the women at home weave silk, to be taken to the valley for sale.
- weaver But though Botticelli went to the weaver and explained all this most courteously, the man answered roughly, 'Can I not do what I like with my own house?
- Swerved He swerved his mare sharply to the left and took her hand with a strong grip.
- swears Oh, by the way, Laurie swears he never put his nose inside her room that night, but I'm absolutely certain he did, and didn't know it."
- swerves He who swerves from the straight road at the beginning is lost; he who stumbles at the first step is apt to fall down the whole staircase.
- we've We've given each other everything we can give.