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Correct spelling for CANTAINED
We think the word cantained 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 cantained
- Container(Definition of container)
- Continued(Definition of continued)
- Curtained(Definition of curtained)
- Maintained(Definition of maintained)
- Contained(Definition of contained)
A slender narrative, the container of weightier ones-a technical contrivance, which gave to a number of slighter compositions, collectively taken, the importance of a greater work-which prolonged to the tale-teller who had once gained the ear of his auditory his right of audience-and which, in a world where the tongue was more active in the diffusion of literature than the quill, afforded to each involved tale a memorial niche that might save it from dropping entirely away into oblivion.
The former, captained by frank, the eldest, were a source of considerable annoyance to her, for they were forever making expeditions to different parts of the city, getting in with bad boys, probably, and seeing and hearing things they should neither see nor hear.
The hard feeling at her heart was giving way, and she could have put her arms around this childish man, who after a moment continued: "dick said he wouldn't tell you, so you must forgive him for that.
Book-cases reached from floor to ceiling the whole length of two walls, and between the three thickly curtained windows of the third.
David, came to edinburgh from germany, and maintained himself there by giving lessons in german and in hebrew.
But the value of what the house contained!