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Correct spelling for JOINUS

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Possible correct spellings for joinus

  • Jinks
  • And a bombshell indeed it proved to be for the jinks family.

  • Genius(Definition of genius)
  • He was a frenchman first, and a genius after.

  • Join(Definition of join)
  • We shall be in time to join them!

  • Janus(Definition of janus)
  • Janus dousa invited the captain to lodge with him, the german went to aquanus's tavern.

  • Gins
  • A fair-sized factory in a busy district will have half-a-dozen gins or more; and when you know that one gin will clean from three hundred to three hundred and fifty pounds of cotton an hour you will see that it will take a pretty big supply to keep such a lot of machinery moving.

  • Jones(Definition of jones)
  • Hush, hush, don't speak so loud; 'tis i, 'tis morton-jones, is that you, my old boy?

  • Johns
  • I have been so occupied-" "don't be a fool," mrs. johns said brusquely.

  • Jonas
  • Jonas was thankful for that.

  • Janis
  • 135ff; janis said that his balance sheet made "a considerable extension of psychological inquiry beyond the conventional discussions of decision-making" due to its novel inclusion of social, preconscious, and unconscious motives: janis 1959, p.

  • Paperthin
  • Cons
  • A moment later, when the discussion of pros and cons waxed loud at the far end of the table, she whispered an explanation- don't object, don't argue.

  • Coins
  • He leaned heavily against the door, and gazed at the glittering coins in marcy's hand as if he had been deprived of the power of speech.

  • Joints
  • Only youth can risk swollen joints."

  • Goings
  • I have had enough of her goings on in my parish."

  • Onus(Definition of onus)
  • This was objected to, of course; for whoever commenced was relieved from the onus of the rhyme.

  • Joiners
  • The foregoing statement may be taken as fairly representing the fachschule point of view, but it should be observed that while these schools are special trade schools, training for example iron workers, or joiners, or tailors, there is a differentiation within the general class.

  • Quoins
  • Joins
  • Mrs adams joins me in due regards to yourself, and lady.

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