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Possible correct spellings for 2in

  • Gin(Definition of gin)
  • Then he walked a couple of blocks and went into blunkers's great gin palace.

  • En(Definition of en)
  • "it is impossible," said he, "utterly impossible; for even should i be disposed to run the risk on my own account, it would avail you nothing; the first town we entered your passport would be demanded, and not being vised by the minister to travel en courier, you would at once be detained and arrested."

  • Ing
  • This would make a bright flick-er-ing light.

  • Ie
  • Ex. iye or ye, or ie, tree; iangolo or yangolo, ear. father egidi wrote j for y.

  • Ind
  • Go to, and make your profit where ye will, silver of sardis change for gold of ind; ye will not purchase this man's burial, not though the winged ministers of zeus should bear him in their talons to his throne; not e'en in awe of prodigy so dire would i permit his burial, for i know no human soilure can assail the gods; this too i know, teiresias, dire's the fall of craft and cunning when it tries to gloss foul treachery with fair words for filthy gain.

  • Sin(Definition of sin)
  • If that love had been a sin, we should have been to blame for it.

  • Inn(Definition of inn)
  • The mill-hands have gone to the inn.

  • Pin(Definition of pin)
  • You would do it, for i meant to pin a note on your sleeve, explaining.

  • Kin(Definition of kin)
  • Ye ain't a-lackin' anything, as i kin see, exceptin' a spankin', and i'm too busy to give ye that.

  • Un(Definition of un)
  • There's been another un at it?

  • I'm(Definition of I'm)
  • I'm out of here."

  • Din(Definition of din)
  • What now why such a fearful din?

  • Id
  • Dey certainly haf deh lambs lined up right now for any vey dey vont to twist id.

  • Old-Fashioned(Definition of old-fashioned)
  • The shanty was built of logs, on three sides, the crevices between which were filled with moss, and the sloping roof neatly covered with bark, in layers, like an old-fashioned roof, covered with split shingles.

  • Ia
  • "here is maria czobor's rose," he said.

  • In(Definition of in)
  • "well, my dear friend, the change which we have noticed in you for some time is not my fault, is it?

  • Int
  • Flex [ 1: ] int a; co revised algol 68, co proc x = (ref [ 1: flex ] int a) : .

  • Fin(Definition of fin)
  • Give us your fin, sam."

  • Ion(Definition of ion)
  • "i do-i do, dear marion.

  • Yin(Definition of Yin)
  • And this is no' yin o' the skimpy kind; it's fine and fussy and soft ...

  • Ink(Definition of ink)
  • They did not, however, give notice, being good girls and prepared to bear much, till they saw their names in red ink in one of the squares ruled on a sheet of paper the frau pastor pinned up on the sitting-room wall above her writing-table.

  • Bin(Definition of bin)
  • For laying down champagne or any kind of sparkling wine an iron wine-bin is by far the best.

  • Ins(Definition of INS)
  • The doones had been their own builders, for no one should know their ins and outs; and of course their work was clumsy.

  • Inf
  • Btn. = battalion em = enlisted men. inf. = infantry

  • Ian
  • I should have loved him better under john than ian.

  • Il(Definition of il)
  • The world looked curious to her this april day.

  • Ni
  • Under the gateway on either side are the ni-o, or two kings, gigantic figures in flowing robes, one red and with an open mouth, representing the yo, or male principle of chinese philosophy, the other green and with the mouth firmly closed, representing the in, or female principle.

  • Win(Definition of win)
  • "i didn't deserve to win anything.

  • Inc
  • Personal bibliographics software, inc.

  • Ina
  • Then an-ina all go dead.

  • Min(Definition of min)
  • Depression 10.0 24.3 30.2 15.0 min.

  • On(Definition of on)
  • Kurt was on him again.

  • It(Definition of It)
  • It is a mr. cathcart.

  • Lin(Definition of lin)
  • I haue spoke long, be pleas'd your selfe to say how farre you satisfide me lin.

  • N(Definition of N)
  • N. to murols, 13 m.

  • Tin(Definition of tin)
  • Did i say i was going to see martin?

  • An(Definition of an)
  • I asked him to put 'em on, an he did.

  • I'd(Definition of i'd)
  • Thought i'd got it-but no-it wasn't messiter.

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