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Correct spelling for MUNTINY
We think the word muntiny 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 muntiny
- Bunting(Definition of bunting)
- Mending(Definition of mending)
- Mounding(Definition of Mounding)
- Monotony(Definition of monotony)
- Mundane(Definition of mundane)
- Mounting(Definition of mounting)
- Minding(Definition of Minding)
- Muting(Definition of Muting)
- Mutiny(Definition of mutiny)
- Hunting(Definition of hunting)
- Punting(Definition of punting)
- Mountain(Definition of mountain)
The bunting in front of the booths was pulled off, and the lines began to move.
Journalist megan mcardle wrote that "minting a $1 trillion coin neatly end-runs gop obstructionists, but only by proving that the president himself has little respect for the institutional restraints on his office.
She had come back joyful in heart, thoroughly triumphant as to her angel, with everything in the world sweet and happy before her,-desirous if possible to work her fingers off in mending the family linen, if only she could do something for somebody in return for all the joy that the world was giving her.
Anything is more tolerable than monotony.
How could ordinary deep harborites understand such a game or dream that this was one of the secrets of our friendship-they who thought only of such mundane things as love and marriage?
He then advised the deputies to hand in the memorial to her majesty, without any long speeches, for which there was then no time or opportunity; and it was subsequently arranged that they should be presented to the queen as she would be mounting her horse at st. james's to ride to richmond.
Winds blow south, or winds blow north, day come white, or night come black, home, or rivers and mountains from home, singing all time, minding no time, if we two but keep together.
In case of another indian mutiny, which would surely follow an invasion by russia, england could draw at once from this source.
Just then professor green came into the kitchen, hunting molly, whom he could not let out of his sight for very long.
I heard all about it in montana."
You were thinking when you spoke of what happened with gale on music mountain.