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Correct spelling for CISTINE
We think the word cistine 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 cistine
- Listing(Definition of listing)
- Cistern(Definition of cistern)
- Costing(Definition of costing)
- Stone(Definition of stone)
- Listen(Definition of listen)
- Casting(Definition of casting)
- Sustain(Definition of sustain)
- Sting(Definition of sting)
- Citizen(Definition of citizen)
- Destine(Definition of destine)
You see, if you cut them very small you get a very shallow cistern; if you cut them large you get a tall and slender one.
Someone lecturing on fools and "the class 'ruysdael' costing in the neighbourhood of $100." at least, it's very important if i'm to continue to keep my head steady that i should know that it is there!
Arriving at what appears from below to be the summit, but is not, i found a large platform, improved by art, with remains of houses and cisterns, and surrounded at the edge by a parapet wall five feet thick,-except at the eastern end, opposite to the present town, where one-third of the hill has been left rising considerably higher, and therefore a wall is not required.
Nick was casting about in his mind for something agreeable to say.
What does it mean, citizen?"
And if i donâ€™t make a larger collection of more impious and ridiculous things out of the printed sermons of the episcopalians, citing book and page for them, i shall lose the cause.