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Correct spelling for IMAGIN

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Possible correct spellings for imagin

  • Imagines
  • He has only followed his habitual impulse to say what he imagines to be the agreeable thing-an impulse that has already led him into many quagmires, and will lead him into many more.

  • Imagine(Definition of imagine)
  • To imagine that that scoundrel sat shoulder to shoulder with me-good heavens!

  • Margin(Definition of margin)
  • I did so: we strolled along to the margin of a rivulet which ornamented the grounds.

  • Imogene
  • Nowadays gonsalvo h. puffenlotz walks into the parlor to see miss imogene cordelia hoffbrew.

  • Meagan
  • Agni
  • I praise agni, domestic priest, god, minister of sacrifice, herald, most prodigal of wealth.

  • Imaginary(Definition of imaginary)
  • A sustained real or imaginary injury can never be forgotten by them.

  • Imago(Definition of imago)
  • Imago beatae mariae virginis quae mens.

  • Oman
  • Omani(Definition of omani)
  • Again(Definition of again)
  • Do you wish me to say it again?"

  • Imaging
  • Medical imaging may provide a limited amount of information regarding bone marrow.

  • Aging(Definition of aging)
  • Feb 25, 1907 941,630 process and apparatus for artificially aging or seasoning portland cement .

  • Akin(Definition of akin)
  • Feeling myself disgraced, my first sensation was utter contempt for myself, an inward despair which was akin to rage; the second was disdainful indignation against the nun, upon whom i passed the severe judgment which i thought she deserved, and which was the only way i had to soothe my grief.

  • Images
  • The pictures and images in it were not the principal matter,-the impression had been deep.

  • Image(Definition of image)
  • The temple was built over the image and in a.d. 1180 was destroyed by a fire which melted the head of the image.

  • Imaged
  • It is well known that the religion of the old egyptians led them to regard this life as a mere temporary incident, an unimportant phase of their progress toward that larger and grander state imaged to them with mysterious sublimity in the idea of death or eternity.

  • Imagined(Definition of imagined)
  • "this is more of a task," i remarked one evening, "than i had imagined."

  • Making(Definition of making)
  • Lady holme realised that he was making a fool of himself.

  • Imagining(Definition of Imagining)
  • She knew that he was even then imagining a hundred horrors that the rangars would endure before they died.

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