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Correct spelling for OND

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Possible correct spellings for ond

  • End(Definition of end)
  • There must be an end to all this.

  • Old(Definition of old)
  • The old woman was very happy.

  • Nd(Definition of nd)
  • Angola national front for the liberation of angola or fnla [ngola kabangu]; national union for the total independence of angola or unita [isaias samakuva] (largest opposition party); new democracy electoral union or nd [quintino de moreira]; popular movement for the liberation of angola or mpla [jose eduardo dos santos] (ruling party in power since 1975); social renewal party or prs [eduardo kuangana] note: nine other parties participated in the legislative election in september 2008 but won no seats

  • Pond(Definition of pond)
  • You couldn't be on the pond for eight hours a day and until ten o'clock at night.

  • Bond(Definition of bond)
  • I can't give a bond, you know.

  • Nod(Definition of nod)
  • At the more violent points he had given a sympathetic little nod of the head-nothing more.

  • Ont
  • Que si les payens ont este si exats en leur fausse religion au culte de leurs idoles, et imaginaires diuinites, nous qui sommes chrestiens, et auons la conoissance du vray dieu; quel respect ne luy deuons-nous pas porter dans les eglises, pendant le s. sacrifice de la messe et autres offices diuins.

  • Odd(Definition of odd)
  • They are odd enough to be remembered.

  • Ind
  • The nations of the baltic and of farthest ind now exchanged their products on a more extensive scale and with a wider sweep across the earth than when the mistress of the adriatic alone held the keys of asiatic commerce.

  • Ono(Definition of ono)
  • The formation of the plastic ono band was conceived as an artistic outlet for lennon and ono, but the enthusiastic reception afforded their performance at the toronto rock and roll revival on 13 september 1969 ostensibly crystallised lennons decision to leave the beatles, which he made on the flight back to london.

  • One(Definition of one)
  • Porcupine wallopped him one.

  • And(Definition of And)
  • You have my wife's word, and my daughter's.

  • Fond(Definition of fond)
  • "well, i will let you off this one evening," said soeur lucie, good-naturedly; "though you used to be fond of coming to vespers, and certainly i don't think you can be very tired with sitting in the garden.

  • On(Definition of on)
  • 1875 on lucian's peregrinus, v.

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