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Possible correct spellings for i'

  • Ir(Definition of ir)
  • The iranian national basketball team is controlled by the ir iran basketball federation.

  • Ci
  • In italy, he has, by an official act, declared to be the property of his crown, first, the royal palace at milan, and a royal villa, which he now calls villa bonaparte; second, the palace of monza and its dependencies; third, the palace of mantua, the palace of the, and the ci-devant ducal palace of modena; fourth, a palace situated in the vicinity of brescia, and another palace in the vicinity of bologna; fifth, the ci-devant ducal palaces of parma and placenza; sixth, the beautiful forest of tesin.

  • Ti(Definition of ti)
  • E tu a mi catalina; mudate di y passea per hi alem, verey que aar das de ti.

  • Ix(Definition of ix)
  • 30. 49 quintilian, ix.

  • Ia
  • Ia. of what degree wood you have your foole sir? for you may have of all manner of degrees.

  • Ri
  • One long stream of active life filled the little creek on its auriferous course from bald mountain, through a canyon of wild and picturesque character, until it emerged into the large and fertile valley of the pas-sam-a-ri...

  • Mi(Definition of mi)
  • Estoy en casa de mi abuelo.

  • Bi(Definition of bi)
  • His room, designed by doctor pill, was completely protected from draughts, and every breath of air that entered it was tri-bi-sterilized.

  • Ie
  • Electrolytic capacitors are polarized components due to their asymmetrical construction, and must be operated with a higher voltage (ie, more positive) on the anode than on the cathode at all times.

  • Li(Definition of li)
  • He said that he would like to try it in south car-o-li-na.

  • In(Definition of in)
  • There's what was in it."

  • Gi
  • "oh, gi' the kid a bit o' peace!" cried ada, angry at being disturbed.

  • Io(Definition of io)
  • Io. how sayest thou?

  • Pi(Definition of pi)
  • Drink, pi. tiger, bag. sweet, mitha.

  • Iv
  • 7, the poor youth who became king, iv.

  • Old-Fashioned(Definition of old-fashioned)
  • "the pleasure held out was to go with you and your father," responded wyndham, with an old-fashioned bow, and again that laughing look in his eyes.

  • It(Definition of It)
  • It would be useless.

  • Ni
  • "nevaeh ni," said the voice.

  • Si(Definition of si)
  • There was much in his aspirations that interested mazzini, and when presently my cousin asked him for his autograph, he wrote, "ah, si l'allemagne agissait comme elle pense."

  • Il(Definition of il)
  • Although he spoke in a low tone, the emperor heard him, and turning abruptly to him, repeated angrily, "yes, monsieur, you are not mistaken; il y a de l'oignon."

  • Wi
  • The garish sun has sunk to rest; the star o' gloaming gilds the west; the gentle moon comes smiling on, and her veil o'er the silent earth is thrown: then come, sweet maid, oh, come wi' me! the whispering night-breeze calls on thee; oh, come and roam o'er the lily lea, an hour i' the mild moonlight wi' me.

  • Id
  • Lesbia's first infidelities only riveted her lover's chains- amantem iniuria talis cogit amare magis; then he hangs between love and hatred, in the poise of soul immortalised by him in the famous verse- odi et amo: quare id faciam fortasse requiris; nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior.

  • I'm(Definition of I'm)
  • "i'm glad you like it, mr. symmes.

  • Ii
  • 5-7, 23, 41, 468; ii.

  • U(Definition of U)
  • For the great u. p. r. buried the dead it left in its bloody tracks!

  • I'd(Definition of i'd)
  • I'd like to give you one.

  • Hi(Definition of hi)
  • "hi, there, you fellows," the monkey shrieked, as he landed in the soft snow, "wait a minute.

  • Vi
  • Vi asked this time.

  • If(Definition of If)
  • If you wish to; do you?

  • Oi
  • "did he quistion me anny further, yer honour? hivins, sor! oi should think he did that same," said michael with a force that left no room for doubt in my mind.

  • Ai(Definition of ai)
  • Hira singh leaped to his feet with a long-drawn vernacular oath "colonel sahib," said he, "that man is no afghan, for they weep 'ai! ai!' nor is he of hindustan, for they weep,'oh! ho!' he weeps after the fashion of the white men, who say 'ow! ow!'"

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