Correct spelling for OBTIANED

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Possible correct spellings for obtianed

  • Abound(Definition of abound)
  • Even heathen days were not without them, and how much more should they not abound after the words have been spoken, 'greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friend', and after the one great deed has been wrought that has consecrated all other deeds of self-sacrifice.

  • Obeisant(Definition of Obeisant)
  • Optioned
  • Auctioned
  • In november 2008, bellows' men of the docks, a 1912 painting of the brooklyn docks spanning the east river and depicting the manhattan skyline in the background, was to be auctioned at christies in new york.

  • Occasioned
  • "mrs. markland is at home, i presume," said the visitor, in a respectful manner, as he paused a few paces distant from fanny, and observed, with some surprise, the agitation his appearance had occasioned.

  • Apportioned(Definition of apportioned)
  • Members of the lower branch of the federal legislature are apportioned among the states according to population.

  • Auditioned
  • After they disbanded, beckett auditioned for badfinger on the heels of "come and get it", and was on peter ham's and tommy evans short list, but they ultimately offered the job to joey molland instead.

  • Obedient(Definition of obedient)
  • Yes, if you are obedient, and promise me that you will never dare to be so rude again.

  • Unchained
  • The oxen swam across; then we chained all the empty wagons together, one behind the other, and hitched the oxen to a chain that reached back across the river to the wagons, pulled the wagons into the stream and on to the other side, where, as fast as one reached the bank, it was unchained from the rest, run up on the dry land, and the work of reloading began.

  • Abashed(Definition of abashed)
  • He hung his head, abashed by the lightning in her mild eyes.

  • Enchained(Definition of enchained)
  • This is the case even in the essay on milton, who would have enchained him to criticism if anyone could.

  • Obtained
  • I must charge you not to tell any of the red-men you may meet with from whom you obtained the information.