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Correct spelling for ASSGINED
We think the word assgined is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for assgined
- Assignor(Definition of assignor)
- Assent(Definition of assent)
- Assigning(Definition of assigning)
- Ascend(Definition of ascend)
- Signet(Definition of signet)
- Imagined(Definition of imagined)
- Asking(Definition of asking)
- Skinned(Definition of skinned)
Diligent investigation may yet reveal that the number of a modern jury, twelve, is a survival of the ancient council of asgard.
She desired not only to have her own way in this matter, but desired also that he should assent to her arrangements.
In this the teacher can direct the efforts of the pupils by assigning to them definite problems to be solved by their study of the animals.
She watched them ascend the rise and advance, as two black spots, towards the mansion.
The high-priest went away, and into a small room which adjoined the hall where the interview between the regent and the old woman was about to take place, and where the softest whisper spoken in the larger room could be heard by means of an ingeniously contrived and invisible tube.
We asked for 3d.
Suppose without asking any questions, if you did i'd-marry roy?
Still on we moved, looking only to our leader, who seemed especially inspired for the work assigned him.