Common misspellings for adverbs:

everbosy, adveresly, advacasy, advbise, adviers, adviors, advers, averbs, aadvarks, adverses, adverce, adveres, adverise, adverese, advces, orderbs, advertous, advior's, zdverbs, sdverbs, wdverbs, qdverbs, asverbs, axverbs, acverbs, afverbs, arverbs, aeverbs, adcerbs, adberbs, adgerbs, adferbs, advwrbs, advsrbs, advdrbs, advrrbs, adv4rbs, adv3rbs, adveebs, advedbs, advefbs, advetbs, adve5bs, adve4bs, advervs, adverns, adverhs, advergs, adverba, adverbz, adverbx, adverbd, adverbe, adverbw, zadverbs, azdverbs, sadverbs, asdverbs, wadverbs, awdverbs, qadverbs, aqdverbs, adsverbs, axdverbs, adxverbs, acdverbs, adcverbs, afdverbs, adfverbs, ardverbs, adrverbs, aedverbs, adeverbs, advcerbs, adbverbs, advberbs, adgverbs, advgerbs, advferbs, advwerbs, advewrbs, advserbs, advesrbs, advderbs, advedrbs, advrerbs, adverrbs, adv4erbs, adve4rbs, adv3erbs, adve3rbs, adveerbs, adverebs, adverdbs, advefrbs, adverfbs, advetrbs, advertbs, adve5rbs, adver5bs, adver4bs, advervbs, adverbvs, advernbs, adverbns, adverhbs, adverbhs, advergbs, adverbgs, adverbas, adverbsa, adverbzs, adverbsz, adverbxs, adverbsx, adverbds, adverbsd, adverbes, adverbse, adverbws, adverbsw, dverbs, aderbs, advrbs, advebs, daverbs, avderbs, adevrbs, advrebs, advebrs, adversb, aadverbs, addverbs, advverbs, adverbbs, adverbss, adverbs, idverbs, edverbs, cdverbs, atverbs, alverbs, ad6erbs, adrerbs, adterbs, adwerbs, advurbs, advmrbs, advarbs, advgrbs, adve2bs, advebbs, advezbs, advevbs, advepbs, advesbs, adverrs, adverjs, adverfs, advercs, adverb3, adverbc, adverbq, adverbr, a dverbs, ad verbs, adv erbs, adve rbs, adver bs, adverb s.

Usage examples for adverbs

  1. Margaret made me a list of adjectives and adverbs once, I remember, the first time I was here; I was just your age then, Jean, and I have no doubt I did say 'awfully' most of the time; anyhow, I did it enough to trouble Margaret aw- very much indeed.  Fernley House by Laura E. Richards
  2. 7. Adverbs express the circumstances of time, of place, of degree, and of manner; the when, the where, the how much, and the how.  The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  3. Careless is a common adjective, compared by means of the adverbs; careless, more careless, most careless; or, careless, less careless, least careless.  The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown