8-letter words that end in ve

  • abessive — the grammatical case indicating absence
  • ablative — (in certain inflected languages such as Latin) denoting a case of nouns, pronouns, and adjectives indicating the agent in passive sentences or the instrument, manner, or place of the action described by the verb
  • abortive — An abortive attempt or action is unsuccessful.
  • abrasive — Someone who has an abrasive manner is unkind and rude.
  • accusive — Accusative.
  • adaptive — Adaptive means having the ability or tendency to adapt to different situations.
  • additive — An additive is a substance which is added in small amounts to foods or other things in order to improve them or to make them last longer.
  • adessive — a grammatical case in Finno-Ugric languages indicating place
  • adhesive — An adhesive is a substance such as glue, which is used to make things stick firmly together.
  • adoptive — Someone's adoptive family is the family that adopted them.
  • agentive — (in some inflected languages) denoting a case of nouns, etc, indicating the agent described by the verb
  • aggrieve — to grieve; distress; afflict
  • allative — the grammatical case, or a word used in the case, that in certain languages denotes movement towards something
  • allusive — Allusive speech, writing, or art is full of indirect references to people or things.
  • antenave — a porch or narthex before the nave of a church.
  • auditive — a person who learns primarily by listening
  • autosave — a function on a computer that automatically saves data at regular intervals
  • aversive — tending to dissuade or repel
  • avulsive — Of or pertaining to an avulsion.
  • big five — the five countries considered to be the major world powers. In the period immediately following World War II, the US, Britain, the Soviet Union, China, and France were regarded as the Big Five
  • bow wave — wave that forms at the front of a ship
  • burgrave — the military governor of a German town or castle, esp in the 12th and 13th centuries
  • caritive — (in certain inflected languages, especially of the Caucasian group) abessive.
  • cd drive — a device that plays CDs
  • co-drive — to take alternate turns driving (a vehicle) with another person
  • coactive — acting together.
  • coderive — to derive jointly
  • coercive — Coercive measures are intended to force people to do something that they do not want to do.
  • coevolve — to evolve together
  • cohesive — Something that is cohesive consists of parts that fit together well and form a united whole.
  • conative — denoting an aspect of verbs in some languages used to indicate the effort of the agent in performing the activity described by the verb
  • conceave — Obsolete form of conceive.
  • conceive — If you cannot conceive of something, you cannot imagine it or believe it.
  • concieve — Misspelling of conceive.
  • conclave — A conclave is a meeting at which the discussions are kept secret. The meeting which is held to elect a new Pope is called a conclave.
  • congreve — William. 1670–1729, English dramatist, a major exponent of Restoration comedy; author of Love for Love (1695) and The Way of the World (1700)
  • conserve — If you conserve a supply of something, you use it carefully so that it lasts for a long time.
  • contrive — If you contrive an event or situation, you succeed in making it happen, often by tricking someone.
  • convolve — to wind or roll together; coil; twist
  • cooptive — to elect into a body by the votes of the existing members.
  • cosgrave — Liam (ˈliːəm). born 1920, Irish statesman; prime minister of the Republic of Ireland (1973–77)
  • could've — Could've is the usual spoken form of 'could have', when 'have' is an auxiliary verb.
  • creative — A creative person has the ability to invent and develop original ideas, especially in the arts.
  • crescive — increasing; growing
  • curative — Something that has curative properties can cure people's illnesses.
  • decisive — If a fact, action, or event is decisive, it makes it certain that there will be a particular result.
  • delative — noting a case whose distinctive function is to indicate place down from which.
  • deletive — intended to destroy or remove
  • delusive — tending to delude; misleading
  • denotive — used or serving to denote; denotative.

On this page, we collect all 8-letter words ending in VE. It’s easy to find right word with a certain length. It is the easiest way to find 8-letter word that ends in VE to use in Scrabble or Crossword puzzles.

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