What is the correct spelling for TOQUEVILLE?

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Correct spellings for TOQUEVILLE

  • caviller I will not listen to any trifler, caviller , who is merely trying to make a point and to get ahead of the poor arguments that I can use; but let any fellow-man come to me with an earnest face, either of puzzled doubt, or of earnest and convinced unbelief, and say to me, "Are you not wrong?"
  • coeval The towers appear from their style and masonry to be nearly coeval with the lower part of the building, though not altogether so: the southern is somewhat the most modern.
  • defile On the next day they reached a karawl, a strongly fortified outpost, built in a defile in the mountains, through which all travellers that way must unavoidably go.
  • devalue
  • ductile 5. They are usually malleable and ductile .
  • jovial The first desire came upon me in the night, when I could not sleep because of the mosquitoes and the constant coming into the pavilion of late and jovial tourists.
  • jovially "Hello, there, Death Valley," he called out jovially , as the Widow choked with a rush of words, "what's the news from the Funeral Range?"
  • tactile The alien's view of reality, even through his direct sensations, was not merely visual or tactile but interpreted automatically in his own terms.
  • tequila Have a cigar and a copita of this capital stuff; it's the best that Tequila produces.
  • tocqueville He may yet play so considerable a part in the history of France as a potent representative of the political philosophy of De Tocqueville -that is, of Liberal principles incompatible with the absolute power either of a sovereign or a populace, and resolutely opposed to experiments on the foundations of civilised society-that it would be unfair to himself and his partisans if, in a work like this, a word were said that could lead malignant conjecture to his identity with any special chief of the opinions of which I here present him only as a type.
  • toughly This design the old Arab resisted toughly , and with all his strength, knowing that dismounted he would be no match for the trio of stout lads whom he had calculated on capturing at his ease.
  • traveller It will interest the traveller to visit briefly the great National Riding-School of Moscow, a building embracing an area of five hundred and sixty feet long by one hundred and fifty-eight feet wide.
  • trifle Were not her shoulders a trifle square-set for a woman?
  • trivial He dismissed the trivial matter from his mind.
  • trivially It was an occasion when everyone needs must act, however trivially disproportionate his action may be to the danger.
  • truffle Never saw a truffle that I know of."
  • tunefully Some fern-cutters in shirt-sleeves and slouch hats were already at work, cutting with rhythmic precision, calling to one another, and whistling tunefully .
  • tuvalu
  • coevally

245 words made from the letters TOQUEVILLE