Correct spelling for ENTIOND

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Possible correct spellings for entiond

  • Unbound(Definition of unbound)
  • His grimy hand touched the shining hair, half-unbound; he raised one of the marvelous tresses-his hungry lips swept it lightly-or did he but breathe a divine fragrance?

  • Anoint(Definition of anoint)
  • He had therefore an opportunity, unseen and unquestioned, to change his wet clothing for dry, and to bathe and anoint and otherwise care for his cuts and bruises.

  • Auctioned
  • Mr. mcgonnigle protested feebly that he had no such idea when he gave the horse's history, and wallie was much interested in the wrangle, but he thought he caught a glimpse of canby through one of the doorways of a stable so he hurried across the yard and found him in conversation with boise bill, who was grooming a work-horse which quite evidently was to be auctioned.

  • Unsound(Definition of unsound)
  • Weiss's method's were not so unsound after all.

  • Unlined(Definition of unlined)
  • The same men could dig an unlined well in one day, basically a pit in the ground, but the irrigation capacity was only one fifth of that of the brick-lined well.

  • Intend(Definition of intend)
  • I intend to fight with pistols, for i never use swords with unknown persons."

  • Enjoined
  • "i'll help you go over your papers, professor," he added, and with a wink and a motion of his hand, he enjoined silence on his friend.

  • Mentioned
  • Just as ormond came up he heard his own name mentioned-he recollected the voice-he recollected the back of the figure -the very bottle-green coat-it was patrickson-ormond stood still behind him, and waited to hear what was going on.

  • Entente(Definition of entente)
  • To hunt down these two vessels, and at the same time contain the austrian navy, the entente had in the mediterranean not only the bulk of the french fleet but also 3 battle cruisers, 4 armored cruisers, and 4 light cruisers of great britain.

  • Optioned
  • Immediately following the team's acquisition of third basemen casey blake from the cleveland indians, dewitt was optioned to the las vegas 51s, dodgers' aaa minor league team, on july 26, 2008 and began to learn the second base position to better increase the clubs depth at the position.

  • Unkind(Definition of unkind)
  • You know mamma does not like-you know mamma would not-you know mamma never does anything unkind.

  • Inchon(Definition of inchon)
  • Algol arrived in kobe on 16 september but put to sea again the following day to join in the inchon invasion.

  • Envisioned
  • Additionally i had had some experience in plane table surveying but none of these attributes had a place in the kind of life i envisioned.

  • Unshod(Definition of unshod)
  • And now the soft footfall of an unshod horse was plainly audible, advancing straight towards them.

  • Pensioned(Definition of Pensioned)
  • He would be pensioned, i suppose.

  • Inbound
  • While light can still escape from the photon sphere, any light that crosses the photon sphere on an inbound trajectory will be captured by the black hole.

  • Unwound(Definition of unwound)
  • Get to her, if in no other way, by the sentimental route:-that very winding path, which again and again brings you round to the point of original impetus, where you have to be unwound for another whirl; your point of original impetus being the grossly material, not at all the spiritual.

  • Unwind(Definition of unwind)
  • She began rapidly to unwind the windlass so as to allow the bucket to reach the edge of the cliff.

  • Intoned(Definition of intoned)
  • "see here! here's one seaside visitor's complaint," and she intoned in a singsong voice the following doggerel:

  • Enchant(Definition of enchant)
  • With almost equal impatience grandmother and grand-daughter awaited the moment when erika should enchant the world of berlin society.

  • Enchained(Definition of enchained)
  • He did not know then that it was love which then and there had enchained him.

  • Unbind(Definition of unbind)
  • In their hands was the placing of new arrivals, in their hands the drawing of briefs; they, practically, could feed or starve, bind or unbind; and one of the first things barnabas did was to protest against the orders of a wardsman!