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Correct spelling for JIANT

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Possible correct spellings for jiant

  • Junta
  • Canto(Definition of canto)
  • Garth, in his dispensary, canto iv., says that, when prior sings,

  • Jane
  • "here is something very special miss jane morton wished me to give you.

  • Paint(Definition of paint)
  • Jain(Definition of jain)
  • the story of ajatashatru is found in the tripiṭaka of buddhism and jain agamas.

  • Ain't
  • Ain't i your boy?

  • Quint(Definition of quint)
  • Cant(Definition of cant)
  • Clapping his hat on one side of his head, and with such an insolent cant forward that it quite obscured his left eye, pat rested his hands on his hips, and with one foot thrust out sidewise, he fixed his right eye on his employer with the expression of sardonic contemplation, and then delivered himself as follows: the takin' up a few minits o' yer toime is a moighty tirrible waste, but the sindin' of a human bain to the divil is no waste a' tall a' tall: that's the way ye rason, is it?

  • Giants
  • Besides, she loved this spot, mctavish, and she called the valley her valley of the giants.

  • Quaint(Definition of quaint)
  • Jaunty(Definition of jaunty)
  • The cap was small, and jaunty; trimmed with silk velvet-as is common here with men careful to adorn their persons; but this man's cap was finished off with a jewelled button and golden filigree work.

  • Faint(Definition of faint)
  • I set my teeth together and resolved not to be faint hearted.

  • Jean(Definition of jean)
  • I talked to jean.

  • Taint(Definition of taint)
  • Kant
  • Joint(Definition of joint)
  • Joan
  • Saint(Definition of saint)
  • Can't(Definition of Can't)
  • "no," exclaimed the anxious mother; "no, my child, it can't be done."

  • Jaunt(Definition of jaunt)
  • The jam has been a great fret to me this year, and i deserve a bit jaunt.

  • Juan
  • Int
  • Consider the following example of using an assertion to handle an error: int *ptr = malloc(sizeof(int) * 10); assert(ptr); // use ptr .

  • Janet
  • Janet sat silent, her eyes fixed on rachel's.

  • Jan(Definition of jan)
  • Beyond this jan could tell little of what happened to him.

  • Juanita
  • Giant(Definition of giant)
  • It was as if a giant had uttered a deep groan.

  • Gaunt(Definition of gaunt)
  • The altstrasse was of the old town, a narrow thoroughfare of gaunt houses which now sheltered a dozen families in rooms where the wealthy had once lived, and in which ministers and ambassadors had entertained the wit, beauty, and bravery of nations.

  • Jinn
  • Jana
  • In the 1952 general elections to the parliament of india, bharatiya jana sangh won three seats, mookerjee being one of the winning candidates.

  • Jinan
  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • Strange is that ant-like down's appearance circling the oval of thy face; yet musky shade is not a stranger within the hall which paintings grace.

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