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Correct spelling for CHIS

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Possible correct spellings for chis

  • Chi
  • But what i am getting at is that she won't need no money because with what i leave her and what she can make she has got enough and more then enough but i often say that money isn't the only thing in this world and they's a whole lot of things pretty near as good and one of them is kindness and what i am asking from you and bertha is to drop in on her once in a while up in chi and pay her a visit and i have all ready wrote her a letter telling her to ask you but even if she don't ask you go and see her any way and see how she is getting along and if she is takeing good care of the kid or leaving him with the swede nurse all the while.

  • Phis
  • Chin(Definition of chin)
  • My hand is rising toward my chin.

  • Chits
  • Chip(Definition of chip)
  • "if i go on with him now, with him and the men with him, six or eight of them taking what he gives them either in money or in curses and orders-if, i say, i chip in with him against you, what will the inevitable end be, i ask you?

  • This(Definition of This)
  • Could this be sandy?

  • His(Definition of His)
  • "no, he was on his way for help," said jack.

  • Chins
  • Nearing them she recognized the leader as a sergeant of captain terry's troop, and knew well from the trim appearance of the men and their smooth-shaven cheeks and chins that they were just setting forth, not just returning from the field.

  • In-Habitable
  • In-Habitancies
  • Chris
  • But chris himself was overjoyed at the emancipation.

  • Chic(Definition of chic)
  • Quite a chic affair for a little between-season place like this; but after all, it's the people, not the place, that make the pace, isn't it, miss dorman?

  • Chit(Definition of chit)
  • But this isn't sleigh-riding chit-chat," and she broke into a merry little trill from a favorite opera.

  • Chis
  • Chips
  • All projecting points are then broken off and the interstices or cracks filled with stone chips, and the whole structure wedged and consolidated into a solid and complete pavement.

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