What is the correct spelling for VIWES?
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Correct spellings for VIWES
- vibes He was all sincerity now, his demeanor rapidly evolving to fit the current vibes of the scene.
- vice Shall he then believe this false guide- "Embrace her as my natural good; Or crush her, like a vice of blood, Upon the threshold of the mind?"
- viewer For practice, try customizing your shell's prompt and your text file viewer with environment variables.
- viewers The viewers dialed from scene to scene; no two screens ever showed the same picture.
- vise Each summer he made up his mind to join her; once the death of his mother had stopped him, and a second time money matters held him in a vise of steel, but the third season-he did not care to dwell upon that last summer: his conscience was ill at ease.
- vowels If we do not know how they pronounced their vowels , we know enough of their literature to see that regularity of accents and equal numbers of syllables were not characteristic of their poetry.
- vises On the whole, I now decided in favor of a United States passport decorated with my picture and enough vises to resemble the diplomatic history of the Continent.
- vows And by these signs, every experienced observer expects that if they are delivered out of trouble they will forget their vows .
- vines A few straggling vines against the porch, and a sickly cluster or two of blossoms-those were the sweet peas, surely.
- vies The interior of some portions at least vies , in filth and disorder, with the meanest of our police courts.
- views My father's interests and mine are identical, our views and purposes are identical.
- vices He defends this, however, in successive additions to the work, asserting and re-asserting, by statement and illustration, that his object has been to expose the vices inherent to human society-in no sense to justify them; and Mr. Browning fully accepts the vindication and even regards it as superfluous.