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Correct spelling for CHAIAN

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Possible correct spellings for chaian

  • Chicken(Definition of chicken)
  • Take your chicken till i get tea, for i am my own girl to-night."

  • Can(Definition of can)
  • But there, what can you do?

  • Common(Definition of common)
  • Is it not common cause, mr. mowbray?

  • Canoe(Definition of canoe)
  • Never was our lake so tranquil, nor so free from rocks, and sand-bars; for your birch canoe in passing has removed both rock and sand-bar.

  • Chin(Definition of chin)
  • Iras laughed a shrill, short laugh, and her narrow, regularly formed face, which might have been called beautiful, had not the bridge of the straight delicate nose been too long and the chin too small, darkened slightly, as she exclaimed, "that is frank at least."

  • Achaian
  • There are many achaian maidens in hellas and phthia, daughters of city-protecting princes.

  • Canon(Definition of canon)
  • The canon left me after that.

  • Came(Definition of Came)
  • He never got over them; so he never came back.

  • Cone(Definition of cone)
  • Back from the curving sides of this cone, above it and below it, the pressing luminosities stretched into, it seemed, infinite distances.

  • Cannon(Definition of cannon)
  • Yet in the meantime napoleon's cannon had done their work.

  • Canyon(Definition of canyon)
  • Thet canyon is a mighty deceivin' place.

  • Cane(Definition of cane)
  • Craven was leaning forward in the cane chair with his head in his hands and she looked away hastily, blinded with tears.

  • Chain(Definition of chain)
  • Having no work to chain them, they become public property.

  • Chosen(Definition of chosen)
  • It is also obvious that the planets to be chosen for observation must come as near the earth as possible.

  • Communion(Definition of communion)
  • Only now and then, when, as at their first meeting, he recognised in his serious way that something else was required if he would truly hold communion with susannah, the smile would come as from some inward part of his spirit, like a dawning light slowly breaking through the surface, soon withdrawn again by the power of custom.

  • Casino(Definition of casino)
  • In this he was disappointed, for the reply was: "no, i went to the casino.

  • Cocaine(Definition of cocaine)
  • They further discovered that the chief source of martian diet is-believe it or not-poppy seed, hemp and coca leaf, and that the alkaloids thereof: opium, hasheesh and cocaine have not the slightest visible effect on them.

  • Come(Definition of come)
  • "but-where do you come in?

  • Cinnamon(Definition of cinnamon)
  • He understood now the mistakes comale had made in the cinnamon work the previous day.

  • Con(Definition of con)
  • "would n't you spare us a few luxuries for home consumption?" said con, as he smacked his lips and looked at his glass through the candle.

  • Coin(Definition of coin)
  • The boy took it, handed over a coin, and went out, whistling.

  • Cuisine(Definition of cuisine)
  • You are all content with what daudet called your abominable cuisine.

  • China(Definition of china)
  • If you have the time come and call on me, and i will shew you that i could not help doing the bill, otherwise i could not have given my last ball, as the whole of my plate and china was pledged."

  • Cinema(Definition of cinema)
  • The gift of a large fleet of motor ambulances presented by the cinema people at home was a great boon, for urgent cases could be transported to hospital rapidly, instead of jolting over the plain in bullock tongas.

  • Cousin(Definition of cousin)
  • There's nobody like you, little cousin mine, nobody at all."

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