7-letter words that end in ve

  • -motive — moving, of motion
  • absolve — If a report or investigation absolves someone from blame or responsibility, it formally states that he or she is not guilty or is not to blame.
  • abusive — Someone who is abusive behaves in a cruel and violent way towards other people.
  • achieve — If you achieve a particular aim or effect, you succeed in doing it or causing it to happen, usually after a lot of effort.
  • airwave — a channel for broadcasting radio or television signals
  • algarve — a coastal region of S Portugal. 1958 sq. mi. (5070 sq. km).
  • amative — of or inclined to love, esp. sexual love
  • amusive — deceptive, illusive
  • apojove — (astronomy) the spot that is the farthest away from the planet Jupiter in the orbit of each of its own satellites; apoapsis around Jupiter.
  • approve — If you approve of an action, event, or suggestion, you like it or are pleased about it.
  • archive — The archive or archives are a collection of documents and records that contain historical information. You can also use archives to refer to the place where archives are stored.
  • as-live — (of a performance for a television programme) performed as though live but broadcast after a short delay to allow for the editing of mistakes, bad language, etc
  • barnave — Antoine Pierre. 1761–93, French revolutionary. A prominent member of the National Assembly, he was executed for his royalist sympathies
  • be-have — to act in a particular way; conduct or comport oneself or itself: The ship behaves well.
  • beehive — A beehive is a structure in which bees are kept, which is designed so that the beekeeper can collect the honey that they produce.
  • behoove — If it behooves you to do something, it is right, necessary, or useful for you to do it.
  • beknave — to treat as a knave
  • believe — If you believe that something is true, you think that it is true, but you are not sure.
  • bereave — to deprive (of) something or someone valued, esp through death
  • beslave — to treat as a slave
  • bivalve — any marine or freshwater mollusc of the class Pelecypoda (formerly Bivalvia or Lamellibranchia), having a laterally compressed body, a shell consisting of two hinged valves, and gills for respiration. The group includes clams, cockles, oysters, and mussels
  • btrieve — 1.   (company)   BTRIEVE Technologies, Inc.. 2.   (tool)   A trademark of BTRIEVE Technologies, Inc. for their ISAM index file manager for IBM PCs.
  • by jove — an exclamation of surprise or excitement
  • caitive — a captive
  • captive — A captive person or animal is being kept imprisoned or enclosed.
  • commove — to disturb; stir up
  • concave — A surface that is concave curves inwards in the middle.
  • connive — If one person connives with another to do something, they secretly try to achieve something which will benefit both of them.
  • convive — to feast together
  • corsive — a corrosive drug
  • costive — having constipation; constipated
  • cursive — of or relating to handwriting in which letters are formed and joined in a rapid flowing style
  • de duve — Christian. 1917–2013, Belgian biochemist, who discovered lysosomes: shared the Nobel prize (1974) for his work in cell biology
  • deceave — Obsolete form of deceive.
  • deceive — If you deceive someone, you make them believe something that is not true, usually in order to get some advantage for yourself.
  • decieve — Misspelling of deceive.
  • declive — declivous.
  • decurve — to curve in a declining manner
  • deglove — To peel back the skin from part of the body as if removing a glove, especially as the result of an accident.
  • deleave — to separate copies of (printed material)
  • deneuve — Catherine, original name Catherine Dorléac. born 1943, French film actress: her films include Les Parapluies de Cherbourg (1964), Belle de jour (1967), Indochine (1992), and Dancer in the Dark (2000)
  • deprave — Something that depraves someone makes them morally bad or evil.
  • deprive — If you deprive someone of something that they want or need, you take it away from them, or you prevent them from having it.
  • deserve — If you say that a person or thing deserves something, you mean that they should have it or receive it because of their actions or qualities.
  • devolve — If you devolve power, authority, or responsibility to a less powerful person or group, or if it devolves upon them, it is transferred to them.
  • diserve — Misspelling of deserve.
  • dissave — to withdraw or spend savings, especially to meet increased living expenses.
  • elative — (grammar) In Semitic languages, the \u201cadjective of superiority.\u201d In some languages such as Arabic, the concepts of comparative and superlative degree of an adjective are merged into a single form, the 'elative'. How this form is understood or translated depends upon context and definiteness. In the absence of comparison, the elative conveys the notion of \u201cgreatest\u201d, \u201csupreme.\u201d.
  • elusive — Difficult to find, catch, or achieve.
  • embrave — (obsolete) To inspire with bravery.

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