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Correct spelling for CHENE
We think the word chene 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 chene
- Chicken(Definition of chicken)
- Can(Definition of can)
- Common(Definition of common)
- Canoe(Definition of canoe)
- Chin(Definition of chin)
- Achene(Definition of achene)
- Canon(Definition of canon)
- Came(Definition of Came)
- Cone(Definition of cone)
- Cannon(Definition of cannon)
- Canyon(Definition of canyon)
- Cane(Definition of cane)
- Chain(Definition of chain)
- Chosen(Definition of chosen)
- Communion(Definition of communion)
- Casino(Definition of casino)
- Cocaine(Definition of cocaine)
- Come(Definition of come)
- Cinnamon(Definition of cinnamon)
- Con(Definition of con)
- Coin(Definition of coin)
- Cuisine(Definition of cuisine)
- China(Definition of china)
- Cinema(Definition of cinema)
- Cousin(Definition of cousin)
And then pushed him away and hurried off to look for eggs in the chicken-house.
Now what can you do?
"and go on with him-as his wife-when a common woman like that-" "cherry, dear!"
"i don't know who will ever find me here, unless it should be indians," she said aloud, remembering the canoe that she and rebby had noticed as they sat on the big rock.
Close up his eyes, tie up his chin step from the corpse, and let him in that standeth at the door."
=pennsylvania persicaria=, polygonum pennsylvanicum l. achene shining, jet-black, flattened, surface very slightly uneven and granular nearly circular with a short abrupt apex, edge rounded, 2.5-3 mm. long, often bearing the remains of the calyx.
"that's what he's doing," said the canon.
"that's what i came for-my money.
The savages were informed of champlain's arrival by cannon shot, and they soon made their appearance.
He wanted to sing, he wanted to dance; he could not believe it was he, as he rode up the lonely length of broadway in the cable-car, between the wild, irregular walls of the canyon which the cable-cars have all to themselves at the end of a summer afternoon.
He seized his hat and cane as if to go.
"he showed me a gold chain one day in the winter.
"yes," said mrs bolter, quickly; "if it is chumbley; and if grey had chosen with my eyes, she would have taken him instead."
He sat down on a bench facing the casino.
"i shall come back," he said.
I was driving in the cinnamon gardens near the fort of colombo, and saw a violent but partial shower descend at no great distance before me.
But the 'sirius' was destined not to reach china.
There was a duck pond, a bowling green, a sort of mini-cinema which showed films in the early evenings, eight pay phones, a football field, a cricket pavilion and, best of all, lots of fields.
My cousin thinks i had better stay here a few days."