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Correct spelling for PREDINISONE
We think the word predinisone 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 predinisone
- Pretension(Definition of pretension)
- Prettiness(Definition of prettiness)
- Pretense(Definition of pretense)
- Prudence(Definition of prudence)
- Prancing(Definition of Prancing)
You'll be but forty-two next birthday and yet seem to delight in pretending you're such an old fellow.
That general, whose share of glory is sufficiently brilliant to gratify his most sanguine wishes, can have no knowledge of so presumptuous a pretension.
Through his instinct, though not through his brain, shot the conviction that his mother was jealous of the twins,-jealous of the youth of the twins, and of their prettiness, and goodness, and of the power, unknown to them, that these things gave them.
It is impossible to doubt but that the revolution of 1789, and the terrible scenes in the reign of terror which followed it, operated in producing the change to which i have referred.
What, if this appearance of illness was a pretense?
"prudence," whispered he, anxiously.
He had, for instance, to play the part of a horse, holding the reins between his teeth and prancing with his feet.