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Correct spelling for ENDERSTAND

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Possible correct spellings for enderstand

  • Understood
  • Their hearts mingled together, and understood each other without the aid of language.

  • Bandstand
  • And it was too dark to see him properly, because it was under that bandstand affair.

  • Understand
  • "you are a woman, and understand such matters, so i think you had better do that yourself," mrs. sanderson replied.

  • Entertained
  • But when king arthur heard that, he ordered none to touch them upon pain of death; and sending officers, he had them taken to a noble lodging, and there entertained with the best cheer.

  • Understands
  • No one thought it curious they weren't trying to get the information from source for everyone in journalism understands the importance lies in what the competition is going to say, not in what happened.

  • Handstand
  • His exultant eye sought the bookshelves, and i fancy that he was in meditation whether he might be allowed a handstand with his heels waving against the ceiling.

  • Understudy
  • The mother of the incomparable-penelope, has heard that i am a famous business woman; a worthy understudy for mrs. hetty green; so she came to me for advice.

  • Understating
  • It is, therefore, perfectly right for the church to surround christ and christianity with this divine aureola of reverence and wonder, not exaggerating it, but neither understating it.

  • Understaffed
  • We are all understaffed.

  • Understanding
  • After all, those who find them troublesome can leave them on one side, without grudging them to the earnest student, who finds them not only illuminative, but absolutely necessary to any clear understanding of the mysteries of life and man.

  • Inkstand
  • My oversight was promptly noted by the clerk-a sallow-faced young man with an uncomfortably high collar, red necktie, and stooping shoulders-and as promptly corrected by his dipping a pen in a wooden inkstand and holding the book on his knee until i could add my own superscription to those on its bespattered page.

  • Understated
  • In an incredibly short space of time bridgie appeared downstairs, and as she broke into vehement apologies, mademoiselle had an opportunity of studying her face, and came to the conclusion that the little sister had, if anything, understated its charms.

  • Interstate
  • The interstate aeroplane co.

  • Understate
  • That is the due of boys who overstate, and men who understate, their age in order to serve their country in the field.

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