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Correct spelling for PREDNESONE
We think the word prednesone 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 prednesone
- Pretense(Definition of pretense)
- Prettiness(Definition of prettiness)
- Prancing(Definition of Prancing)
- Pretension(Definition of pretension)
Bockstein relieved the embarrassment of the situation by coming in out of breath, with a brave pretense of having been merely consulting a customer in the next room.
Messer folco of the portinari stood smiling on his threshold, but messer simone, by his side, was not smiling, for he had seen that pretty business of the given rose, and i could note that its prettiness pleased him little.
And it seemed that i could talk to you better if we stopped pretending.
I said; and i looked about the sands for a sailor suit and a little pair of prancing legs.
The roads were inferior to those along which they had travelled, but the country was more picturesque, still fertile, and producing much wheat; the weather was very hot, as it had been all the way from petersburg.
The popes, indeed, afraid of carrying matters too far against england, seem thenceforth to have little insisted on that pretension.