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Possible correct spellings for mmin

  • Maim(Definition of maim)
  • In future years, in distant climes, should war's dread strife its victims claim, should pestilence, unchecked betimes, strike more than sword, than cannon maim, he who then reads these truthful rhymes will trace her progress to undying fame.

  • Mi(Definition of mi)
  • E ladner, 3; 3 mi.

  • Join(Definition of join)
  • Why not join her?

  • Gin(Definition of gin)
  • But who is the connoisseur who prefers the gin of hoxton to the beer of munich?

  • Sin(Definition of sin)
  • Kin(Definition of kin)
  • Yes, wimmin folks is all alike- by lizzie you kin jedge the rest.

  • Main(Definition of main)
  • Major c.t. bingham has the following note:-"about five miles below the large village of meplay, in the district of that name, the main stream of the meplay river is joined by a tributary, the theedoquee.

  • Moi
  • Mit
  • Mani
  • Mani had organized a hierarchy, consisting of twelve apostles, seventy-two bishops, and a numerous priesthood; and his sect was widely established at the time of his execution.

  • Win(Definition of win)
  • Mint(Definition of mint)
  • Min(Definition of min)
  • Meir
  • "nu, what do they know? meir, why did you not finish? what do they know?" laughed reb moshe.

  • Mil(Definition of mil)
  • Les plenipotentiaires qui ont signe le traite de paris du trente mars, mil huit cent cinquante-six, reunis en conference,-

  • Pin(Definition of pin)
  • Bin(Definition of bin)
  • She carefully placed it at the end of the bin, and whenever she could slip away without neglecting her work would run down cellar and talk softly to it.

  • Maid(Definition of maid)
  • This giving me, who always lay with her, great uneasiness, i immediately got up, and called her maid.

  • Maine
  • The claim of massachusetts to jurisdiction over the settlements in new hampshire as readily applied to maine; and, in addition, the patent granted in june, 1632, by the council for new england, to george way and thomas purchas, gave a tract of land along the river "bishopscot" or "pejepscot," better known as the androscoggin.

  • Mini(Definition of mini)
  • Amen(Definition of amen)
  • I heard it all, i heard the whole harmonious hymn of being roll up through the chapel of my soul and at the altar die, and in the awful quiet then myself i heard, amen, amen, amen i heard me cry!

  • Mid(Definition of mid)
  • The current swept me out into the mid-stream, and greatly increased the speed at which i swam.

  • Men(Definition of men)
  • The men have left it!

  • Cain(Definition of cain)
  • "you must not be such an old fool, abel-cain," he said, in his kindly scolding voice.

  • Ming
  • Mamie
  • There was another paragraph that recalled his last interview with mamie:- mr. harry slinn, jr.

  • Mia
  • Will you make earth a heaven for me, nina mia, or will you only love me as much-or as little-as you loved your late husband?

  • Chin(Definition of chin)
  • The post quivered under carrick's chin, and a splinter flew up and down before his eyes.

  • Mains
  • It is simple: no person in any house supplied by the mains of the westminster gas works will be safe for hours after the formula of thirteen has begun its work.

  • Muir
  • Morin(Definition of Morin)
  • Mmes
  • Mean(Definition of mean)
  • "you can go home," said mr. wilton, turning to his son; "i have expressed my opinion; i don't mean to repeat it-there is nothing further to say."

  • Moan(Definition of moan)
  • Fin(Definition of fin)
  • "well," said fin, "i'll risk my head for the sake of your daughter.

  • Mon(Definition of mon)
  • Omen(Definition of omen)
  • Oman
  • Mann(Definition of mann)
  • Mr. mann asked gretchen to play for mrs. spaulding, and she chose this simple but expressive melody.

  • Din(Definition of din)
  • Confident of the strength of the defence, they continued their game, unheeding the din of battle.

  • Gamin(Definition of gamin)
  • Claire thought over what he had said, and her heart went out to this man as if he were still the little gamin of the hills.

  • Marin
  • Luis marin was at length fully convinced that he should never be able to put down the rebellion in the provinces, unless he was allowed a stronger body of troops, for now he was sacrificing the lives of the few men he had to no purpose.

  • Moil(Definition of moil)
  • Yin(Definition of Yin)
  • Mime(Definition of mime)
  • Playing acoustic guitar, farthingale formed a group with bowie and guitarist john hutchinson; between september 1968 and early 1969 the trio gave a small number of concerts combining folk, merseybeat, poetry, and mime.

  • Jain(Definition of jain)
  • Khajuraho, the ancient religious capital of the chandel monarchy, with its magnificent group of mediaeval hindoo and jain temples, is within the limits of the state, about eighteen miles south-east of chhatarpur, and thirty-four miles south of mahoba.

  • Mail(Definition of mail)
  • Drop it in the mail, and you're married."

  • Mme
  • Lain(Definition of Lain)
  • He had lain awake the whole of the night in restless and joyous impatience for the morrow.

  • Mig
  • Greengards online column "mig on chess" appeared from 1997 to 1999 in the week in chess.

  • Mir(Definition of Mir)
  • Morn(Definition of morn)
  • Amman(Definition of amman)
  • Sasta, bhutattan, and amman have small shrines, called ilankams, dedicated to them.

  • Mien(Definition of mien)
  • "you make no answer, child, as if you reflected seriously on the chances," continued mrs wyllys, whose thoughtful and abstracted mien, however, sufficiently proved she scarcely knew what she uttered.

  • Cumin(Definition of cumin)
  • In a 100-g reference amount, cumin seeds provide high amounts of the daily value for fat (especially monounsaturated fat), protein, and dietary fiber (table).

  • Mun
  • Limn(Definition of limn)
  • His strong, splendidly molded face, massive and dignified, cast in lines that would have appealed to a sculptor who wished to limn the features of a patriarch of old, wore an aspect of settled calm.

  • Lin(Definition of lin)
  • When he called for lin to "come and get me," all the boys took a header into the river, only their faces and hair-covered heads appearing above the surface; they treaded water, or swayed around on the bottom.

  • Mimi
  • And then mimi has a burning thirst for boots."

  • Fain(Definition of fain)
  • Tell us, fair sire, when you will start for this rude test, for we would fain convoy you thither.

  • Mri
  • Coin(Definition of coin)
  • A coin spun, glittering, in the air, fell, rolled and was recovered.

  • Mci
  • The clinical trial was the largest to study the effect of b vitamins on mci and one of the first disease-modifying trials in the alzheimers field to show positive results in people.

  • Mine(Definition of mine)
  • Man(Definition of man)
  • Did you know a man named leroy mitchel who was at one time this woman's husband?"

  • Loin(Definition of loin)
  • Living in a colder climate than other polynesians, it became customary among them to wear more clothing; and what custom prescribes must be obeyed to the letter among all these peoples, be the ordained dress merely a loin cloth or a necklace, or a cover for the back only, or full dress.

  • Ymir(Definition of ymir)
  • Miming
  • Mai
  • To the left of the high altar is the tomb of the learned cardinal mai, by the sculptor benzoni, who owed everything to the kind interest with which this cardinal regarded him from childhood.

  • Tin(Definition of tin)
  • Gain(Definition of gain)
  • He's got his own ends to gain through edward, who is blind and weak enough to be led by him."

  • Unmarkedly
  • Mind(Definition of mind)
  • Moon(Definition of moon)
  • In(Definition of in)
  • 330, 331; in flanders, ii.

  • Mink(Definition of mink)
  • Minn
  • Mic
  • Spores globose, minutely warted, dark violaceous, 8-10 mic. in diameter.

  • Mn
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