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Correct spelling for HUNANITY
We think the word hunanity 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 hunanity
- Humanity(Definition of humanity)
- Handy(Definition of handy)
- Inanity(Definition of inanity)
- Ninety(Definition of ninety)
- Hunting(Definition of hunting)
- Tenant(Definition of tenant)
His humanity was as broad as his frame, which was large even for a policeman.
Some were humanoid, some reptilian.
I need such a thing now and then and i'll keep it handy.
No; the renaissance did not exist for him who lived in a world of diaphanous form, colour, and character; unsubstantial and unruffled, dreaming feebly and sweetly of transparent-cheeked madonnas with no limbs beneath their robes; of smooth-faced saints with well-combed beard and placid, vacant gaze, seated in well-ordered masses, holy with the purity of inanity; of divine dolls with pallid flaxen locks, floating between heaven and earth, playing upon lute and viol and psaltery; raised to faint visions of angels and blessed, moving noiseless, feelingless, meaningless, across the flowerets of paradise; of assemblies of saints seated, arrayed in pure pink, and blue and lilac, in an atmosphere of liquid gold, in glory.
His silver-we have mentioned his punch-bowl for the "immortal ninety-two"-is usually beautiful.
He went about just as before, hunting for his living, and had no more time than before for foolish thoughts or vain wishes.
And summon by good summoners n., who is tenant, to be there to hear the recogniton.