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Correct spelling for NARROWMINDED
We think the word narrowminded 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 narrowminded
- Rounded(Definition of rounded)
- Minded(Definition of minded)
- Promenaded(Definition of Promenaded)
- Reminder(Definition of reminder)
- Amended(Definition of amended)
- Surrounded(Definition of surrounded)
- Romanced(Definition of Romanced)
- Ruminated(Definition of Ruminated)
- Narrow-Minded(Definition of narrow-minded)
As they rounded it, the sun went behind a cloud, and a chill wind, as if from a land where dwelt no life, met them.
If i hadn't been so anxious i shouldn't have minded the waiting at all.
John v. nominated jean de toucheronde to collect information, and to take down the charges brought against the marshal.
My friendship for him is not private; it is grounded altogether on publick principles.
George could not have explained why this reminder of the butler's presence should have made him feel better, but it did.
It may be amended: it may possibly be withdrawn: it cannot be exchanged for another scheme.
And she loved percy so very much; he was so entirely without self-interest: he might have a certain amount of harmless vanity, but he was purely unworldly, generous, broadminded and good, and his own advantage was the very last thing that ever entered his head.
All before that is gone utterly;" and martine rapidly narrated what is already known to the reader, concluding, "i'm sorry helen came with you, and i think you had better get her home as soon as possible.
I wish we had been there to see it, you and i. iron hans there was once a king whose castle was surrounded by a forest full of game.
I went to court when he was examined and remanded and i recognized him beyond a shadow of doubt.
The whole of this book is to be most highly recommended.