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Correct spelling for MEENY

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Possible correct spellings for meeny

  • Menu(Definition of menu)
  • I found mutton on the menu; but, even so, yet another hard blow awaited me.

  • Mend(Definition of mend)
  • "well, i happened to go to the basket this afternoon and take up a pair of stockings to mend.

  • E'en(Definition of e'en)
  • I was glad e'en now when the castellan fetched me in again: to say sooth, fear of peril had just entered my heart when he came up with me.

  • Menes
  • Memphis, an ancient city of egypt, of which it was the capital; it was founded by menes at the apex of the delta of the nile, and contained 700,000 inhabitants.

  • Mane(Definition of mane)
  • An' is it the shmall pox yer mane?

  • Mingy(Definition of mingy)
  • Mooney
  • Meany
  • Meany, first ascent of mount adams in the mountaineer, december 1917, vol.

  • Miner(Definition of miner)
  • Stopping at last, the miner wiped his brow, and, rising, stood for a few moments silently regarding the result of his day's work.

  • Min(Definition of min)
  • "say, min, if my voice hurt me like yours does, i'd rub salve on it," and went out, slamming the door behind her.

  • Teeny(Definition of teeny)
  • Weeny
  • Mien(Definition of mien)
  • The colour was as fresh on the cheeks of the youth, and his limbs were as firm as in the hours of entire security; but the unsettled wandering of his eye, and an air of doubt and indecision which pervaded a mien that ought to display qualities so opposite, gave his commander cause for deep reflection.

  • Meaner
  • At the time when the daughters of the sabines came to rome, to see the shows and sports there, and were violently seized upon by the most distinguished and bravest of the romans for wives, it happened that some goatswains and herdsmen of the meaner rank were carrying off a beautiful and tall maiden; and lest any of their betters should meet them, and take her away, as they ran, they cried out with one voice, talasio, talasius being a well-known and popular person among them, insomuch that all that heard the name, clapped their hands for joy, and joined with them in the shout, as applauding and congratulating the chance.

  • Mean(Definition of mean)
  • But they mean it seriously, those back home.

  • Many(Definition of many)
  • And on the third day mademoiselle actually reached chalons, which many a more important traveller might at this time have failed to do.

  • Mn
  • Money(Definition of money)
  • Men(Definition of men)
  • "he's right, boys," said one of the older men.

  • Meanly(Definition of meanly)
  • Meanly clad, bent, and leaning on a common oaken staff, the face and figure of this old peasant were such as once looked at could not be easily forgotten.

  • Mon(Definition of mon)
  • Mun
  • Mine(Definition of mine)
  • Mine and brother usial's."

  • Man(Definition of man)
  • From mr. barnes's backward nod, he had understood that he was to shadow this man, and under the circumstances it was his simple duty to do this until relieved by further orders.

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