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Correct spelling for CINIC

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Possible correct spellings for cinic

  • Bionic
  • Of or relating to bionics.

  • Cinch
  • Any undertaking that is easy to do; "marketing this product will be no picnic".

  • Civic
  • Of or occurring within the state or between or among citizens of the state; "civil affairs"; "civil strife"; "civil disobediece"; "civil branches of government".

  • Clinic
  • A medical establishment run by a group of medical specialists.

  • Conic
  • Relating to or resembling a cone; "conical mountains"; "conelike fruit".

  • Cynic
  • Someone who is critical of the motives of others.

  • Ionic
  • Containing or involving or occurring in the form of ions; "ionic charge"; "ionic crystals"; "ionic hydrogen".

  • Scenic
  • Of or relating to the stage or stage scenery; "scenic design".

  • Sink
  • Embed deeply; "she sank her fingers into the soft sand"; "he buried his head in her lap".

  • Snick
  • Cut slightly, with a razor; "the barber's knife nicked his cheek".

  • Sonic
  • (of speed) having or caused by speed approximately equal to that of sound in air at sea level; "a sonic boom".

  • Sync
  • Make synchronous and adjust in time or manner; "let's synchronize our efforts".

  • Zinc
  • A bluish-white lustrous metallic element; brittle at ordinary temperatures but malleable when heated; used in a wide variety of alloys and in galvanizing iron; it occurs as zinc sulphide in zinc blende.

  • Inc
  • A heterogeneous collection of groups united in their opposition to saddam hussein's government of iraq; formed in 1992 it is comprised of sunni and shiite arabs and kurds who hope to build a new government.

  • Cynics
  • A sect of austere philosophers of ancient athens who openly scorned the current wisdom and ways of the world, a school of which diogenes was the most celebrated member..