Correct spelling for INWORD

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Possible correct spellings for inword

  • Inward(Definition of inward)
  • She reflected, with an inward sigh, that she would know whether he was if she only knew more about him.

  • Inboard(Definition of inboard)
  • After that, three days to get the casks inboard again and stowed below.

  • Award(Definition of award)
  • They admit that their proposal still leaves open the possibility of war, but they contend that if a sufficient cooling-off time or 'moratorium' is secured, the likelihood of an ultimate recourse to war by rejection of the award will be reduced to a minimum.

  • Onward(Definition of onward)
  • Of course i never gave it away while he lived, and i don't think he supposed i would; but i have thought since that his mind took a turn against me from that time onward.

  • Pinewood
  • I went on alone, enjoying myself hugely in my own quiet fashion, and watching isaline as she made her way slowly along the green path, looking round often and again, till she disappeared in the shadow of the pinewood that girt round the tiny village.

  • Inroad(Definition of inroad)
  • Then, however, we hear of a serious inroad of the northern barbarians, who burst over the roman wall and were not repulsed without a hard campaign.

  • Linwood
  • Miss linwood made a great furore at the time of her invention, and held an exhibition in the rooms now occupied by messrs.

  • Unworn
  • "something in his appearance and manner, a half-shrinking and smiling diffidence, an unworn and childlike ardor and unconsciousness, a freshness of feeling and frankness of address, invested his personality with what we call quaintness.

  • Ironwood(Definition of ironwood)
  • Here, placed upon the ground, were a number of boxes made of imperishable ironwood, and on the top of each box sat, or rather lay, a mouldering and broken skull.

  • Unwound(Definition of unwound)
  • But constantia's long, pale face lengthened and set, and she gazed away-away-far over the desert, to where that line of camels unwound like a thread of wool...

  • Indoor(Definition of indoor)
  • Her few trifling indoor resources had, as i could see, begun to lose their attractions for her at last.

  • Inwardly(Definition of inwardly)
  • Throckmorton, who was exactly like his old self, was surprised and inwardly agitated at it.

  • Unwed(Definition of unwed)
  • Farewell-enough for once to die- and far too much it is to dream, and taste not the lethaean stream, but bear the pain of loves unwed even here, even here, among the dead!

  • Inured(Definition of inured)
  • The more they are inured to actual service, the more perfect they will be in discipline; and the courage of a soldier in the time of action, in a great measure...

  • Ind
  • 274 lane was born in lawrenceburg, ind.

  • Inwards(Definition of inwards)
  • On the eastern and windward side of the island, which is exposed to a heavy surf, the reef was described to me as having a hard smooth surface, very slightly inclined inwards, just covered at low-water, and traversed by gullies; it appears to be quite similar in structure to the reefs of the barrier and atoll classes.

  • Into(Definition of Into)
  • 14,806. was that cash put into your account?

    in falls into places new the cow is you

    – For All The Cows by foo fighters
  • Inert(Definition of inert)
  • Johnny rosenfeld still lay in his ward, inert from the waist down.

  • Loanword(Definition of loanword)
  • Influence, except in cases where the o. e. word has been shown to be a loanword.

  • Snowed
  • Of course all that slope was not in one field; but all the low and broken fences were now snowed under, and it was easy to take the top rails from the two or three high ones, so as to leave wide gaps.

  • Inter(Definition of inter)
  • That inter-county crowd is acting ominously, too.