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Correct spelling for MENAND
We think the word menand is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for menand
- Mundane(Definition of mundane)
- Mankind(Definition of mankind)
- Menaced(Definition of Menaced)
- Mending(Definition of mending)
- Mend(Definition of mend)
- Minoan(Definition of minoan)
- Mound(Definition of mound)
- Tenant(Definition of tenant)
- Meander(Definition of meander)
- Mainland(Definition of mainland)
- Minuend(Definition of minuend)
- Remnant(Definition of remnant)
- Mind(Definition of mind)
- Meant(Definition of Meant)
- Manned(Definition of manned)
- Mined(Definition of mined)
- Meaning(Definition of meaning)
His intellect was really profound within the limits he had chosen for his activity, and his experience of mankind was varied and singular.
Time went on very slowly; and at last wilmet, about four o'clock, was seen advancing, with theodore in one hand and her great basket of mending in the other.
At the end of two weeks i began to mend without the help of a doctor, or of any doctor's means.
Every boy must know his homer, and steep himself in the easy style and sound sentiments of menander; he must also know his virgil and his terence.
We thought we would meander kinder slow that mornin', and examine things closely.
And this time billy breeze did his best, and landed them safely on the mainland.
"never mind, never mind.
The british ship had been at sea for a long time, she was manned by a crew of brave sailors, and her captain was well acquainted with his ship and his men.
But it is only so by comparison, for the western coals, while inferior in quality, are abundant and easily mined, and must remain the staple for general consumption throughout the region west of the mississippi, as well as for large sections further east.
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