Correct spelling for RENUAL

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Possible correct spellings for renual

  • Randal
  • They went fishing together, and randal would pull the trout out of caddon burn, or the burn of peel; and jeanie would be very proud of him, and very much alarmed at the big, wide jaws of the yellow trout.

  • Renewal(Definition of renewal)
  • I was supposed to be a high-school pupil away on my vacation; and i was writing to my "respected parents," to assure them of my welfare, and to tell them how, in the midst of my pleasures, i still longed for my friends, and looked forward with eagerness to the renewal of my studies.

  • Penal(Definition of penal)
  • It will be inferred, as a matter of course, from previous remarks, that we shall deliver up jewish criminals more readily than any other state would do, till the time comes when we can enforce our penal code on the same principles as every other civilized nation does.

  • Rental(Definition of rental)
  • When the next settlements were made, between 1860 and 1880, the share of the profit rental claimed by the state was reduced from two-thirds to one-half.

  • Renal(Definition of renal)
  • Besides she was expecting him every instant to mention the anonymous letter which he had received the day before and he did not mention it. in order to feel quite safe, madame de renal wanted to know the ideas which the letter had succeeding in suggesting to the man on whom her fate depended, for, in the provinces the husbands are the masters of public opinion.

  • Rena
  • Rena flew into her mother's arms, and then, breaking away, hurried on board and retired to her state-room, from which she did not emerge during the journey.

  • Real(Definition of real)
  • "i want to be a real friend.

  • Renault
  • As she reached it renault entered the ward and with a warning hand brought her back to the cot.

  • Regal(Definition of regal)
  • And even her crown laces-them beautiful laces that droop down over her regal head-dress when she sets with her crown on, and her sceptre held out in her hand.

  • Venal(Definition of venal)
  • Let the reader bear in mind what i have already mentioned, that the parliament of england was obliged to be aided by the military; that westminster hall and both houses of parliament were encircled by troops, and all the avenues leading thereto were guarded by soldiers with their bayonets fixed, and that thus this law, this infamous corn bill, to enhance and keep up the price of bread, the staff of life, was passed under the protection of a military force, in defiance of the prayers, the petitions, and the remonstrances of a great majority of the people of england; a fact which clearly demonstrated that the house of commons, where the bill originated, were so far from being the representatives of the people, that they acted in direct hostility to them, and had no feeling in common with them, but were more like a band of venal, corrupt, profligate, dishonest, and merciless oppressors.