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Correct spelling for INEAR

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Possible correct spellings for inear

  • Inert(Definition of inert)
  • A stouter weaving-needle was invented, and a mat of pretty coloured morocco substituted for the fragile paper; while the poor inert hands were held and coaxed and strengthened every day by finger gymnastics.

  • Diner(Definition of diner)
  • Did you know any of the people who worked at that diner?

  • Miner(Definition of miner)
  • Linear(Definition of linear)
  • Inter(Definition of inter)
  • Cap'n jim skelly o' the john quinn piloted gypsum prince inter her dock last night.

  • Ian
  • We shall all be proud of ian in good time."

  • Ines
  • Then christopher ines has on one of his matches.

  • In(Definition of in)
  • 1-444, 140 figures in text.

  • Liner(Definition of liner)
  • Inn(Definition of inn)
  • Inn: poste, near the post office.

  • Finer(Definition of finer)
  • But this was a finer distinction that the boy had ever met with in his experience.

  • Owner(Definition of owner)
  • Ne'er(Definition of ne'er)
  • Ear(Definition of ear)
  • In her little ear he whispered: "bye, little sweetheart."

  • Inner(Definition of inner)
  • It came from an inner room.

  • Ene(Definition of ene)
  • Molecules called ene-diynes feature a ring containing an alkene ("ene") between two alkyne groups ("diyne").

  • Endear(Definition of endear)
  • Ward, who appreciated the necessity of winning the recognition and confidence of the higher authorities, well knew that the regaining of this sacred city would endear him to the religious heart of china as nothing else could do. but sunkiang, with its walls twenty feet high and five miles in circumference, and with a garrison of five thousand fanatics to defend those walls, was no easy nut to crack even for a powerful force well supplied with artillery.

  • Infer(Definition of infer)
  • For i shall find it no hard matter to prove, that, from the grossest blunders in history, we are not to infer his real ignorance of it: nor from a greater use of latin words, than ever any other english author used, must we infer his intimate acquaintance with that language.

  • Invar(Definition of invar)
  • Ina
  • A few paces farther on was a second curtain, and an-ina paused before she raised it.

  • Dinar(Definition of dinar)
  • Exchange rates: yugoslav dinars (yd) per us$1-118,568 (january 1990), 28,764 (1989), 2,523 (1988), 737 (1987), 379 (1986), 270 (1985); note-as of february 1990 the new dinar is linked to the frg deutsche mark at the rate of 7 new dinars per 1 deustche mark

  • One(Definition of one)
  • Inez
  • There comes cousin inez!

  • Ana(Definition of ana)
  • And what happened to this ana?

  • Near(Definition of near)
  • Earn(Definition of earn)
  • If none know where the hakim is, how shall the hakim earn a living?

  • Inca(Definition of inca)
  • When manco inca escaped from the spaniards he took refuge in vilcapampa, and established his court and government there.

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