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Correct spelling for MOUNTIAIN
We think the word mountiain 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 mountiain
- Mention(Definition of mention)
- Minutia(Definition of minutia)
- Maintain(Definition of maintain)
- Mountain(Definition of mountain)
- Mounting(Definition of mounting)
- Monition(Definition of monition)
- Munition(Definition of munition)
"i have the very man you mention.
The japanese know it so well that they are not bothered with minutia, but give you character.
I maintain that the lead of men of property is in most cases sure to be the safe one.
Mountain or hill, highlands, rough country.
She was in the act of mounting upon a flat tombstone which lay close in the wall's shadow.
Madame bonaventure had already paid considerable sums to the two extortioners, but she resisted their last application; in consequence of which she received a monition from sir giles mompesson, to the effect that, in a month's time, her license would be withdrawn, and her house shut up, unless, in the interim, she consented to make amends to himself and his co-patentee, sir francis mitchell, by payment of the sum in question, together with a further sum, equal to it in amount, by way of forfeit; thus doubling the original demand.
The big push on the somme goes on steadily, thanks to fine leadership, the steadfast heroism of the new armies, and the loyal co-operation of the munition-workers at home, who have deferred their holiday rather than hamper their brothers in the trenches by a lessened output.