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Correct spelling for NAILBED
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Possible correct spellings for nailbed
- Halberd(Definition of halberd)
- Jailbird(Definition of jailbird)
- Nabbed(Definition of Nabbed)
- Nibbled(Definition of Nibbled)
- Gnarled(Definition of gnarled)
- Numbed(Definition of Numbed)
However, franz was so proud of his halberd that we were obliged to sacrifice rapid progress to the consideration of his feelings, and he was accordingly sent on to cut the steps which were now found necessary.
As if i didn't know, as if every jailbird doesn't know the day and the very minute his release is due!
You'd better send some one that ain't so likely to be nabbed, or that won't matter much if he is.
The little group grew cheerful as they nibbled, and even the pale girl brightened up.
He was a little gnarled man, older than the others.
He was still stiffly erect in his chair, and would be till the very moment consciousness left him, but his eyes were misty, and when he spoke his lips moved slowly, as though numbed by cold.
"it's always so," cried landolin; "in return for paying high taxes, we have the privilege of sitting for weeks at a time, nailed to a bench."
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