Correct spelling for ATTAINIED

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Possible correct spellings for attainied

  • Attainder(Definition of attainder)
  • But his patriarchal authority, an authority which no wealth could give and which no attainder could take away, made him, as a leader of an insurrection, truly formidable.

  • Attuned(Definition of attuned)
  • Her heart was not always attuned to the hilarity of her companions; but she did not allow herself to become morose, or sad, in public.

  • Obtained
  • Emilie obtained this pleasure for me the following day.

  • Attaining
  • Glass water gauges, instead of attaching to the boiler, are sometimes fitted to a fitting that connects to the top and bottom of the boiler, with the object of attaining, for the gauge glass, water free from the scum and impurities which collect at and near the surface of the water in the boiler.

  • Atoned
  • That can never be recalled-never be atoned for, barclay replied, his countenance bearing the strongest expression of anguish and remorse.

  • Attained
  • The ephors listened carefully, and then departed, taking no action for the moment, but, having at last attained to certainty, were preparing to arrest him in the city.

  • Attains
  • There is one summit to which, by immense and united efforts, he attains, where there is a great and brilliant efflorescence of all the intellectual, mental, and material part of his nature.

  • Attended(Definition of attended)
  • Duncombe rose and attended to his duties as host.

  • Attired(Definition of attired)
  • Thus attired, although her stature is small, her appearance was very dignified and beautiful, especially as the gossamer veil added mystery to her face.

  • Attain(Definition of attain)
  • It often happens that schemes least calculated to succeed attain success.

  • Attend(Definition of attend)
  • The last illness he had before was in july, 1750. i used to attend him.

  • Stained(Definition of stained)
  • A long, blood-stained knife glittered in his hand.