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Correct spelling for MUREEN

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Possible correct spellings for mureen

  • Marten
  • "the marten looks very much like a young fox about two months old.

  • Green
  • Or out on the green hillside, even there there is a hush, and words and thoughts are still.

  • Moron
  • Murrain
  • Mermen
  • Mullen
  • Marion
  • What do you call puritanic narrow-mindedness, marion?

  • Morin
  • Maroon
  • So is maroon, a brownish-red.

  • Preen
  • Moran
  • Doreen
  • Then things get 'ome-like; an' we torks till late, an' tries to tease doreen to fix the date, an' she gits suddin soft and tender-like, an' cries a bit, when we parts at the gate.

  • Myron
  • Marian
  • It is jolly to think of both him and marian really getting off together to enjoy themselves!

  • Maurine
  • Marine
  • And from this condition of decadence the merchant marine of the united states is just beginning to manifest signs of recovery.

  • Tureen
  • Murine
  • Careen
  • Admiral anson took possession of the vessel and property, amounting to one million five hundred thousand dollars in silver alone, and carried the ship to macao, where he left the cobadonga, proceeding to canton to careen his own ship.

  • Marin
  • In the meanwhile messire de lumey was feasting at a table covered with meats and wines when a messenger arrived from gorcum from captain marin, bringing with him copies of those letters of william the silent, prince of orange, which ordered "all governors of cities and other places to confer the same privileges of safety and surety on ecclesiastics as on the rest of the people."

  • Noreen
  • Moreno
  • Maureen
  • I remembered the old, childish days when she had been tenderer to me than maureen, and she looked at me so wistfully that i could not be angry with her. indeed, i could have almost wept, like the child of long ago, on her comfortable breast.

  • Muriel
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