What is the correct spelling for VIEVER?

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Correct spellings for VIEVER

  • diver
  • eve "I am not so learned," Eve said, smiling.
  • ever It will last for ever."
  • fever "You've got the fever on you again.
  • fewer Every hour our numbers grew fewer and our arms fainter, but still we fought on desperately.
  • fiver He means a five-pound-note by a fiver.
  • giver The great Lord and Giver of Light is none other than the Loving Father, the tender husband, the devoted son.
  • lever He turned a lever, and those on board the submarine became conscious of a forward motion.
  • liver He did not know what was the matter with him, but supposed that his liver must be out of order or else that the sun had touched him.
  • never Never thought of it!
  • river You are going up the river, then?
  • sever Can a fate sever us?
  • sieve But a bubb with a man in it is lots bigger, and can be hit and made like a sieve.
  • veer Dick's mind reverted to the lumberman's daughter, as does the needle veer to the magnet; and for a long time they sat there, until the fires of their cigars glowed like stars.
  • verve What verve and wit!
  • vie It is a sweet face, whereon the half-obliterated lines of sorrow vie with that look of supreme happiness which first crept into her eyes when she realized that the dear and constant friend who had loved her so dearly, was as true to her in his joy as he had been in those dark days when a terrible crisis had well-nigh wrecked her life.
  • view "My long view hasn't changed," he said.
  • viewer
  • viper And so he screened himself in the crowd, holding ready to crush a viper whose fangs were heavy with poison.
  • viva The streets were lined with people shouting the old familiar cry, "Viva Pierola," as I was marched in the center of this crowd.
  • vizier
  • waive
  • waiver
  • waver
  • weave
  • weaver Some took surnames such as Tanner, Weaver, or Carpenter.
  • wiener
  • wive
  • I've
  • Whoever
  • Soever
  • veers
  • viler
  • wavier
  • we've
  • accultured
  • being mend
  • more eruptive
  • more kowtowing
  • more revocable
  • construction-related
  • over-the-road