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Correct spelling for MUNTANT
We think the word muntant 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 muntant
- Militant(Definition of militant)
- Mounting(Definition of mounting)
- Intent(Definition of intent)
- Mordant(Definition of mordant)
- Mountain(Definition of mountain)
- Mutant(Definition of mutant)
- Mundane(Definition of mundane)
He had already been struck, however, by the fact that there were undoubted points of resemblance between the secret propaganda and militant faith of the anarchists, and certain practices of the first christians.
She thought of him as of one who, without evil intent, had done her great wrong; one whom she might not even remember without running into peril.
Motown chartbusters is a series of compilation albums first released by emi under licence on the tamla motown label in britain.
Wake up the moutain All colour's slowly turning to grey Our world is darkling Wake up the mountain– Wake Up The Mountain by helloween
The new mexican republic continued to strike the 8 reales piece, but also began minting coins denominated in centavos and pesos.
Ajinomoto acquired its aspartame business in 2000 from monsanto for $67m.
The editor, if he does not consciously perceive the truth, will instinctively feel it, and will expect the acceptable young contributor from the country, the village, the small town, and he will look eagerly at anything that promises literature from montana or texas, for he will know that it also promises novelty.