What is the correct spelling for VE?
This word (Ve) may be misspelled. Below you can find the suggested words which we believe are the correct spellings for what you were searching for. If you click on the links, you can find more information about these words.
Click here to check the spelling and grammar
Correct spellings for VE
- be You better be sure.
- ce Anglo-French for Est ce que vous que je dois laver.
- de Then he turned upon De Soto incredulously. El amor que yo tenia No le gustaba de na Na na na na nina Nana na na ni na – Que Es Lo Que Me Gusta by Joe Veras
- eve We've had our little upsets; we always do; but we've come down to practically the eve of the game in good shape. Tonight is New Year's Eve But theres nothin up my sleeve – So Long Toots by Cherry Poppin' Daddies
- fe "We've all had business over to Santa Fe. There goes the boy from Santa Fe Who lost his momma in the second grade Played Romeo in his High School play He's never been in an airplane – There Goes the Boy by Cyndi Thomson
- ge Aidman was cast as George Ellsworth, an official with the United States Embassy in Warsaw, Poland, in the three-part 1963 episode "Security Risk" of the CBS anthology series GE True, hosted by Jack Webb.
- he An' he was glad, dear, he was glad." For May is here once more, and so is he, -- His dusty trousers, rolled half to the knee, – A Barefoot Boy by James Whitcomb Riley
- me Then you will help me, Claire?
- ne A folle demande il ne faut point de responce.
- re 3. Re-marked', noticed, observed.
- se What the Suevi were, the Semnones were also, "Vetustissimos se nobilissimosque Suevorum Semnones memorant."
- te I'm going to give a grand dinner for Te-for Mr. and Miss Haviland; and I'm not going to ask one-single-nonentity,-there!
- va I. J. Polsley, 8 Va.
- Ave In the village of Picking's Pool Lived Theobald, the village fool; He had been simple from his birth But kindly as the simple earth, And in his heart he sang a song Of "Ave, Mary" all day long.
- I've I've got to tell-I've got to tell you.
- easy-going Next day I meet a man I know to be a Protestant and I say to him in my easy-going way (being all things to all men when I am traveling, in order to save wear and tear), "The Catholic religion is keeping Ireland back, is it not?"