What is the correct spelling for ULOVE?
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Correct spellings for ULOVE
- above From ten feet above , straight down dropped something else. Gently he tombs the poor dim last time, Strews pinkish dust above, And sighs, "The dear dead boyish pastime! But THIS -- ah, God! -- is Love!" – One Before the Last, The by Rupert Brooke
- alcove His Majesty was not present, nor were any of the Court ladies; but half a dozen gentlemen, among whom I recognised Revol, one of the king's secretaries, stood near the alcove .
- alive Sometimes I wonder if the very rocks are not alive . And I loved a wife so alive. But now I believe I would settle for one who can drive. – Who Is Crazy/My Psychopharmacologist and I by Unknown Author
- alone Has she let her go alone ?
- aloof He would be aloof and polite.
- clive Another hall contained a fine statue of Serfojee by Flaxman, a bust of Nelson, and a picture representing the head of Clive with mourners for his death.
- clove I had a glimpse of her face that let me think she was not fooling me, the watch-chain flew off my neck, Temple and I clove through the crowd of gapers.
- clover "In summer I eat clover , grass and other green things, and I just love to get over into Farmer Brown's garden.
- elope Insolent creature, to stand here threatening to elope with my daughter, who has been destined for another since her infancy.
- glove Why, partner, it's just a glove of my own.
- lave Weel, I'll no even say thank ye; I'll be awin' ye that as weel's the lave .
- live But we can live .
- plover He loved to hear the faint tinkling of the falcon's bells, the homely cry of the plover , and the sweet carol of the lark; but more than all he felt the mystery of the downs, wondering by what power and when those old seas were converted into a sea of grass.
- Alva Their officers had little control over them; and Alva himself was always short of money, and being unable to pay his troops was obliged to allow them to maintain themselves upon the country.
- Elva The whole family, from Mr. Force down to little Elva , were deeply interested in it.