Correct spelling for SEIN

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Possible correct spellings for sein

  • Seine
  • They will believe that you have thrown yourself into the seine, and as the regiment is ordered to lyons, and will leave in ten days or a fortnight, there will be no chance, if you are concealed till their departure, of their knowing that you are alive."

  • Skin
  • She knew her at once, her dark eyes, white skin, the black hair that swept back from her face.

  • Sean
  • "i'll fight you," said sean ruadh, "on the gray stones, where your great legs will be going down, and mine standing high."

  • Sen
  • He said he deemed it his duty to inform her of his approaching marriage with miss jansen; but it was because he wished distinctly to assure her that it would make no difference in miss trotter's position in the hotel, except to promote her to the entire control of the establishment.

  • Sewn
  • Two leaves, precisely of the same species as those made use of by the tailor-bird in question, have been sewn together with the same bright yellow silk, and the little deep cup-shaped nest within is composed exactly of the same excessively fine grass.

  • Sin
  • No sorrow in the thought that a noble nature had been saved from the temptation to a great sin.

  • Shin
  • He stooped and ran his finger down the line of the young man's shin, raising it at one point.

  • Rein
  • Yet she kept on, holding a tight rein, throwing many a fearful glance at the vast rocks which might have concealed an entire army in every mile of their extent.

  • Vein
  • A very rich vein?

  • Spin
  • "you never asked me," said hardy, laughing; "but if i sing for my father, he must spin us a yarn."

  • Skein
  • Presently he allowed several loops of thread to slip from the skein he held, and she looked up with a trace of indignation.

  • Seen
  • Have you seen her there?

  • Stein
  • He set down the stein and banged the lid.