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Correct spelling for SPANIRD

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Possible correct spellings for spanird

  • Spaniards
  • The spaniards were seen in vain attempting to extinguish the flames.

  • Spaniel(Definition of spaniel)
  • "i should like to have the run of a good rabbit-warren, and to be allowed to wander about entirely by myself, with a gun and a spaniel.

  • Spinet(Definition of spinet)
  • There was a new spinet, set at an angle to the rest of the furniture, in a case of light-coloured wood, painted with cupids, zephyrs and roses, all waxen-pale.

  • Spied
  • For, presently, there came a monstruwacan to the master monstruwacan to report that there had come sudden a mighty influence into the land; and in the same moment, as it might be, i spied through the great spy-glass, and did see those youths break swiftly from the road where the silent ones walk, and begin to run very swift that they might come quickly to the house of silence.

  • Sprained
  • Broken his ankle, or, at any rate, seriously sprained it.

  • Sand(Definition of sand)
  • The camel lay down, and so did i lay down on the sand.

  • Spaniard(Definition of spaniard)
  • Nothing remained for the spaniard but to yield, for there was no alternative between surrender and death.

  • Spavined(Definition of spavined)
  • I know the sections with the weak lungs an' the broken knees an' the spavined joints, an' if a man pays me enough i put him wise, an' if he don' i let him get wise at his own expense,' says i. 'i'm a specialist, an' i charge like a specialist,' i says.

  • Spawned
  • The parent fish come back, in september, to the localities where they have spawned, and, taking their young in charge, proceed to the warmer waters west and south.

  • Spanked
  • In the early days of the use of the slap-stick, the comedian would have spanked the man at once, got one big laugh and have run off the stage in a comic chase.

  • Pained
  • Mrs. turnbull did not pursue the subject any farther, but the sad, pained look of her hostess became fixed in her memory.

  • Spanner(Definition of spanner)
  • 411, the pin wrench or spanner wrench shown in fig.

  • Poniard(Definition of poniard)
  • Already i was counting him a dead man and the victory mine, when something flashed behind his blade, and his comrade's poniard, whizzing past his shoulder, struck me fairly on the chin, staggering me and hurling me back dizzy and half-stunned, uncertain what had happened to me.

  • Spain(Definition of spain)
  • "some one is coming," said de spain.

  • Spinier
  • Span(Definition of span)
  • I tell you my plans solved that central span problem.

  • Spanned
  • For some miles we held on along an easy path which curved to the right along the right bank of the river, which was spanned in many places by great snow bridges, often hundreds of yards in width.

  • Spanish(Definition of spanish)
  • This precaution had also been observed during the previous night, the men sleeping beside their guns,-a sufficient evidence of the suspicions entertained by the spanish admiral.

  • Spend(Definition of spend)
  • I always spend two or three months here-in fact, have been here for six weeks already this summer.

  • Spared
  • If i had accepted his offer in the first place, i might have spared myself this accident.

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