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Possible correct spellings for jointhe

  • Jonah(Definition of jonah)
  • To calm our financial tempest, my family might have to throw me overboard, as the sailors did jonah.

  • Jonathon
  • Beau geste (1939), with gary cooper, ray milland, robert preston beau geste (1966), with guy stockwell, doug mcclure, telly savalas beau geste (1982 bbc serial), starring benedict taylor, anthony calf, jonathon morris beau geste was also adapted for the stage in 1929 by british theatrical producer basil dean.

  • Janie
  • She and janie, the black girl she had brought with her, went to the southern part of england, where the climate was milder.

  • Gone(Definition of gone)
  • Has m. valgrand gone?

  • Jingle(Definition of jingle)
  • Far in the distance, but momently nearing, rang a faint jingle of bells.

  • Join(Definition of join)
  • It was only the french war office in paris who could give permission for a correspondent to join the troops.

  • Jinn
  • According to him every rock we passed had its history of jinn and spirits as well as battles, and he knew where the tomb was of every national saint and hero, every one of whom had apparently died within a radius of twenty miles.

  • Jain(Definition of jain)
  • In bengal many of the upper castes of sudras have devoted themselves to general trade; but there again the jain marwaris from rajputana occupy the front rank.

  • Jounce(Definition of jounce)
  • Joining(Definition of joining)
  • How strange that henry peters should be at the end of the field joining their land.

  • Joinery(Definition of joinery)
  • A comprehensive and scholarly treatise, covering logging, sawmilling, seasoning and measuring, hand tools, wood fastenings, equipment and care of the shop, the common joints, types of wood structures, principles of joinery, and wood finishing.

  • Jones(Definition of jones)
  • "this is only a cupboard, sir," answered mrs. jones.

  • Gunther
  • This ended the war, and gunther and all his troops returned to worms, where the king held a great feast to celebrate his victory.

  • Goethe(Definition of goethe)
  • Goethe is choke-full of songs.

  • Kine(Definition of kine)
  • Joiners
  • Among them were farmers, blacksmiths, carpenters and joiners.

  • Nth
  • Jane
  • Jane lavinia turned and walked noiselessly away.

  • Joan
  • The silence had lasted so long that at last joan herself became conscious of it, and roused herself to apologise for her rudeness.

  • Jon
  • Meanwhile, holding the reins, jon stood there gazing at the hay and making a mental estimate of it.

  • Cone(Definition of cone)
  • Their ends, instead of being a truncated cone, have nine teeth of iron, bound closely together.

  • Joanne
  • On the 10th of august, 1880, at that fabled hour of the setting sun so vaunted by the guide-books joanne and baedeker, an hermetic yellow fog, complicated with a flurry of snow in white spirals, enveloped the summit of the rigi (regina monhum) and its gigantic hotel, extraordinary to behold on the arid waste of those heights,-that rigi-kulm, glassed-in like a conservatory, massive as a citadel, where alight for a night and a day a flock of tourists, worshippers of the sun.

  • Johnie
  • But up and spak the sixth forester, (his sister's son was he) "if this be johnie o' breadislee, "we soon snall gar him die!"

  • Kennith
  • Johnnie
  • Johnnie looked startled, and stood on one leg while he twisted the other around it.

  • Month(Definition of month)
  • June(Definition of june)
  • Joint(Definition of joint)
  • If it has failed because of the joint stipulation, put the blame there, and let us share it collectively.

  • Joni
  • In the final, on 5 april 2014, barker sang joni mitchells "both sides, now" and duetted with tom jones on "walking in memphis".

  • John(Definition of John)
  • 192, 199. flamsteed, john, vi.

  • Joins
  • And it is tartarin who, light-heartedly, joins the colonial infantry regiment and goes singing into battle because he likes the adventure and would rather die in the field than be bored in barracks.

  • Coinage(Definition of coinage)
  • 80. new copper coinage, i.

  • Coiner(Definition of coiner)
  • And the honourable geraldine courtney in time followed suit: she losing her luxuriant tresses for having changed from the profession of "horse coper" to the less reputable calling of coiner!

  • Joiner(Definition of joiner)
  • It was performed by the united companies, and printed in 1683. footnotes: 1. i cannot resist transcribing that ballad, which cost poor college, the protestant joiner, so extremely dear.

  • Jonathan(Definition of jonathan)
  • I wouldn't miss telling jonathan for anything.

  • Corinth(Definition of corinth)
  • This was the first cause of the war that corinth had against the athenians, viz.

  • Coin(Definition of coin)
  • Are you after the coin?"

  • Goth(Definition of goth)
  • All the various reflections aroused in her mind by the natural objects she had secretly studied, by the mighty imagery of her bible lore, by the gloomy histories of saints' visions and martyrs' sufferings, which she had learnt and pondered over by her father's side, were now drawn from their treasured places in her memory, and addressed to the ear of the goth.

  • Ninth(Definition of ninth)
  • Jinnah(Definition of Jinnah)
  • Jinnah avenue in islamabad is the main business district of the city.

  • Joined(Definition of joined)
  • Ambrose joined in the laugh.

  • Joyner
  • Kith(Definition of kith)
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