Correct spelling for DRAINK

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Possible correct spellings for draink

  • Drink(Definition of drink)
  • "yes, and have a drink!

  • Daring(Definition of daring)
  • "you know," he said quickly, and without daring to look at her, "one's had time to think.

  • Darin
  • The 2012 nebraska cornhuskers baseball team was the first season of the programs new head coach darin erstad and featured a new coaching staff and a roster that included 12 new players.

  • Drain(Definition of drain)
  • In laying such a drain, it should be placed above the area where the wet soil surface is most evident.

  • Rank(Definition of rank)
  • "no-not a drop; and as to lemon-that's rank poison to me.

  • Drawn(Definition of drawn)
  • Monsieur roger, drawn out of his thoughts by this question, raised his head, looked at miette, and said to her,- "in the first place, do you know what water is?"

  • Drinks
  • Dank(Definition of dank)
  • The cave itself was about six feet deep, and very dank and dismal-looking.

  • Drains
  • The chambezi, the name given to its most southern extremity, drains a large tract of country south of the southernmost source of the tanganika; it must, therefore, be the most important.

  • Rink(Definition of rink)
  • "if only it had come in january," sighed miss evans as she surveyed the dirty pond, which had once been a rink, "but it is too late in the season now to hope for steady skating again."

  • Drinker(Definition of drinker)
  • Now, all my life i have been a "moderate drinker" in the most literal sense of that slightly elastic term.

  • Drainer(Definition of Drainer)
  • The pipes leading to and from the drainer should empty into an open sink where it can be seen.

  • Drank(Definition of Drank)
  • He drank at night only, after his dinner, and for twenty years he slept in the arms of drunkenness, his last mistress.

    Drinking more than you ever drank Sinking down lower than you ever sank

    – More Than a Memory by Garth Brooks
  • Dink(Definition of dink)
  • Cousin dink told us she'd be here.

  • Train(Definition of train)
  • "well, i'm thankful to be off that train, anyway," he said.

  • Drano
  • Drainage(Definition of drainage)
  • Surface drainage could not account for all the water coming down that brook.