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Correct spelling for CHASIN

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Possible correct spellings for chasin

  • Chan
  • Political parties and leaders: chinese new party or cnp [chou yang-sun]; democratic progressive party or dpp [lin yi-hsiung, chairman]; kuomintang or kmt (nationalist party) [lien chan, acting chairman]; taiwan independence party or taip ; other minor parties

  • Cousin(Definition of cousin)
  • Casing(Definition of casing)
  • That suit of armour in the hall spattered with mud shows it to be the casing the visitor wore.

  • Chasten(Definition of chasten)
  • Choosing
  • Chisinau(Definition of chisinau)
  • Casein(Definition of casein)
  • Amorphous calcium phosphate in combination with casein phosphopeptide has been used as a dental treatment to treat incipient dental decay.

  • Chased(Definition of chased)
  • The there victorious kaiser was now suddenly almost ruined; chased like a partridge into the innspruck mountains,-could have been caught, only moritz would not; "had no cage to hold so big a bird," he said.

  • Basin(Definition of basin)
  • But i knew it, i felt it, for last night i dreamed a white lily was growing out of my basin, and this is the fulfilment of the dream.

  • Chosen(Definition of chosen)
  • Casino(Definition of casino)
  • Many had learned this from long practice in running in with the early gamblers at the morning opening of the casino, when it is "first come, first served," at the chairs.

  • Chaste(Definition of chaste)
  • Chanson
  • The busy idleness of critics has however prompted them to discuss at great length the question whether the chanson de roland may not possibly have been composed from this chronicle.

  • Chitin(Definition of chitin)
  • Chasm(Definition of chasm)
  • Chaser(Definition of chaser)
  • The submarine followed the wake of the chaser for fully a half hour, when, for some reason, that boat stopped.

  • Chase(Definition of chase)
  • A crowd went in with us, and we had to wait till they let us go up to judge chase and mrs. sprague, who stood in the front room.

  • Chaise(Definition of chaise)
  • The chaise rattled triumphantly through the batignolles.

  • Chassis(Definition of chassis)
  • Ceasing
  • He stopped, surprised, and fancied he had heard light footsteps-growing lighter-ceasing.

  • Chasity
  • Chin(Definition of chin)
  • Chasing(Definition of Chasing)
  • Of course i couldn't testify in a court about it, because when you are chasing around in deep water you are not apt to examine people's lineaments.

  • Chases
  • There are not many proverbs the truth of which comes more powerfully home than this-at least to those who have had the misfortune to engage in many such chases.

  • Phasing
  • Charmin
  • In particular, the predecessor to bounty, charmin towels was a hit!

  • Chopin(Definition of chopin)
  • Chadian
  • June 27 - chadian rebels attack the neighboring central african republic.

  • Chains
  • Her thoughts had been bound in chains, and she could not discover the truth before she knew me; but though she was scarcely out of egypt she shewed all the eagerness of an enquiring and newly emancipated spirit.

  • Chafing
  • Put the butter in a saucepan or chafing dish, add the pepper, stir until the pepper is soft, add the flour, mix and add the milk, stir until boiling, and add the salt.

  • Chain(Definition of chain)
  • He had a large ring in his nose with a chain running from it to the end of each horn.

  • Charon(Definition of charon)
  • John-of-the-ferry, the lessee of the tolls, the charon of the passage, is a pole by birth, who escaped with difficulty out of the hands of the russians; and having the fortune to find an english master, after a series of adventures entered into the employment of an emigrant, and settled in western australia.

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