Correct spelling for SPAINARD

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Possible correct spellings for spainard

  • Spain(Definition of spain)
  • "that wasn't what beat me," exclaimed de spain curtly.

  • Pained
  • But usually her eyes were weak, and she wore the green shade, which gave her face a peculiar pallor, making her look old, and giving her a pained, invalid expression.

  • Spanner(Definition of spanner)
  • They agreed that the human interest was the great thing on a landscape, after all; but they ignored the peasants in the fields and meadows, who were no more to them than the driver on the box, or the people in the two-spanner behind.

  • Poniard(Definition of poniard)
  • You have a poniard?

  • Spanked
  • When they came back nobody spanked anybody any more; and ever since that day, o best beloved, all the elephants you will ever see, besides all those that you won't, have trunks precisely like the trunk of the 'satiable elephant's child.

  • Spavined(Definition of spavined)
  • Also he takes a hand when it comes to testin' me to see whether i'm club-footed or spavined.

  • Spaniard(Definition of spaniard)
  • This statement, generally true, is historically especially true of the spaniard, attacked in his own land.

  • Spinach(Definition of spinach)
  • If he spun into the high spinach off at the right it was tough luck.

  • Spinal(Definition of spinal)
  • They commence generally at the lower part of the spinal cord, but immediately afterwards, if not simultaneously, are ushered in with great rapidity from other centres, masking each other and rendering it extremely difficult to observe and analyse them separately.

  • Spaniards
  • The name of yucatan was given to it by the spaniards.

  • Spawned
  • Earth was not the battle-ground, but it had spawned the conflict.

  • Spinet(Definition of spinet)
  • There is not a piano in this room,-but cicely will play the accompaniment on the old spinet-it's quite in tune.

  • Spurned
  • At first henry spurned the proposition, and when he saw that margaret thought well of it he reproached her with a want of feeling, saying she did not love him as she had once done.

  • Spooned
  • Chocolate syrup is sold in a variety of consistencies, ranging from a thin liquid that can be drizzled from a bottle to a thick sauce that needs to be spooned onto the dessert item.

  • Spend(Definition of spend)
  • And he does not like to spend money unless he must."

  • Sprained
  • It was that week that jerry sprained his ankle jumping off the porch-roof and had to sit in the big wicker chair with his foot on a pillow for days.

  • Spanned
  • Five minutes later, a forlorn group filled with fears, we had stolen over the dead and dying in the passage, and made our way to the side gate of the palace that we found open, and over the bridge that spanned the moat beyond, which was down.

  • Stained(Definition of stained)
  • It lies before me now, a yellow, time-stained sheet, and somehow it brings back to me the long-dead days of happiness which came before my wonderful adventure.