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Correct spelling for PONEY

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Possible correct spellings for poney

  • Money(Definition of money)
  • How much money do you have?

  • Pinny(Definition of pinny)
  • Let me go, and sorra a rap i'll spind of the lashings of goold cousin lanty will give me, but bring every pinny home safe and sound, just as he puts it into my hand!

  • Penny(Definition of penny)
  • I never got a penny in money.

  • Puny(Definition of puny)
  • Yet still with her puny strength she held him, for she dared not let him go.

  • Honey(Definition of honey)
  • He brought an offering of honey.

  • Peony(Definition of peony)
  • The tallest willis gave me the first peony that bloomed on their bush to take to my mother, and i caught a sight of her awkward heart that did me good.

  • Pones
  • Dar wus big pones o' co'n bread all de year roun' an' whole sides o' meat, an' on new years' day hogshead an' peas.

  • Pine(Definition of pine)
  • Growing on wood and bark, especially of pine.

  • Penney
  • Next came the six bridesmaids on a gallop, then papa penney and the bride.

  • Pony(Definition of pony)
  • "good-looking pony, sir," ventured mcalpin half-heartedly.

  • Pone(Definition of pone)
  • "wouldn't you des as lief have a pone o' hot egg-bread, gran'dad, an'-an'-an' maybe a nice baked chicken-ur-ur a-"

  • Piney(Definition of Piney)
  • It was evident that the second lieutenant's capture had not been the only one during the day, and he concluded that mr. lobscott had brought out the schooner that had been supposed to be at piney point.

  • Pane(Definition of pane)
  • Andy, meantime, with a daring that might risk all, put his hand in the broken pane and drew the bits of paper of the torn letters to him.

  • Pokey(Definition of pokey)
  • How they succeed in living, sleeping, baby-tending and doing their minor cookery in the one pokey little room, already half filled by the bedstead, is difficult to understand.

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