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Correct spelling for REMEIN
We think the word remein 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 remein
- Remedy(Definition of remedy)
- Retain(Definition of retain)
- Ruin(Definition of ruin)
- Mermen(Definition of Mermen)
- Teeming(Definition of teeming)
- Yemen(Definition of yemen)
- Rime(Definition of rime)
- Resin(Definition of resin)
- Remind(Definition of remind)
- Min(Definition of min)
- Remit(Definition of remit)
- Regimen(Definition of regimen)
- Regain(Definition of regain)
- Yemeni(Definition of yemeni)
- Rejoin(Definition of rejoin)
- Remand(Definition of remand)
- Mean(Definition of mean)
- Freeman(Definition of freeman)
- Reeking(Definition of reeking)
- Reamer(Definition of reamer)
- Remain(Definition of remain)
- Vermin(Definition of vermin)
- Rennin(Definition of rennin)
- Seeming(Definition of seeming)
- Men(Definition of men)
- Ramie(Definition of ramie)
- Rein(Definition of rein)
- Reefing(Definition of Reefing)
- Reeling(Definition of Reeling)
- Remains(Definition of remains)
- Main(Definition of main)
- Reign(Definition of reign)
- Mien(Definition of mien)
- Ramekin(Definition of ramekin)
- Roman(Definition of roman)
- Rain(Definition of rain)
- Ermine(Definition of ermine)
- Demean(Definition of demean)
- Freemen(Definition of Freemen)
The king ordered the saloon to be lighted up, when two lusty mermen brought the lamps, which they hung in the corners of the apartment, and which consisted of shells, to each of which were attached three chains of pearls, the bowl of the lamp being filled with those phosphoric animalcula that are to be seen at night round the prow of a vessel when the keel disturbs them as it ploughs its course through the ocean.
Then can they draw from out the nether abyss both craft and crew, each deeming he must die: lo the winds cease, and o'er the burnished deep comes stillness; this way flee the clouds and that; and shine out clear the great bear and the less, and, 'twixt the asses dimly seen, the crib foretells fair voyage to the mariner.
Depression 12.5 19.3 22.5 20.5 min.
The people take their newspaper, discuss their affairs, and have usually a leader or two among the foremen.
In one fashion the crewmen were worse off than the colonists.
The window closed softly, the shade was drawn down, and ramon garcia, hat still in one hand, the flower in the other, passed down the street, still singing in a gentle undertone.
She had a list as long as your arm of the whoppers he and the rest of that pack of blackguards are perpetually ramming down people's throats.
It would be mean to let you, and i don't want you to, anyway.
The craftsman boasted that when walpole came to give his vote as an honorary freeman at norwich the people called aloud to have the bribery oath administered to him; called on him to swear that he had received no money for his vote.
The less you give a reamer to do the longer it will maintain its size.
There must be engineers, with high pay, to watch the engine and to keep it always in order, and firemen to feed the fires, and ashmen to carry away the ashes and cinders.
National 16 0 brazilian 54 17 american 48 31 chilian 1 1 british 115 47 french 52 20 spanish 44 17 sardinian 76 14 portuguese 4 2 hamburgh 14 8 danish 17 12 austrian 6 0 swedish 9 8 belgian 3 1 bremen 3 3 prussian 6 0 russian 1 1 hanoverian 1 1 lubeck 2 0 norwegian 3 2 tuscan 1 1 -- -- 475 186 -- -- great as this trade is, there is no reason why its future increase should not be as rapid as its past.
Men and women, harnessed together, pulled the plough.
Recent facts regarding the ramie industry in america, with brief statements relating to manufacture in europe, etc. reprinted from the report of the statistician for may, 1891.
I passed through the main street.
But there was no compromise in the girl's mien.
These retained errors include such things as "lawyer" for "layer," "maringue" for "meringue," varied spellings of "ramekin," and the contributors names.
It will not do for people to notice; and now the rain is beginning, and if you do not hurry on you will be wet.
The noble, proud, and great-hearted woman who shines without the aid of garish ornament, who is ever the queen of grace and beauty, and needs not the borrowed and false purple and ermine of the stage.
They all practise in arms as you do, save with the shooting; but they would consider it would demean them sorely to join in such rough sports with their inferiors, or to run the risk of getting their beauty spoiled by a rough blow.
In some, adopting the liberal principle that all freemen were to be admitted, householders of all kinds, down to the lowest degree, and even sometimes beyond, were admitted.