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Correct spelling for SPIDA

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Possible correct spellings for spida

  • Speedy(Definition of speedy)
  • His letters offered little hope of a speedy return.

  • Sepia(Definition of sepia)
  • He talked about our cold winters and how unbearable they were, just as if the cold were not the sepia the north shoots forth to protect herself from joyous loafers.

  • Spud(Definition of spud)
  • Spider(Definition of spider)
  • Spa(Definition of spa)
  • Dr. richard rawlinson, the well known antiquary bequeathed his heart to st. john's college, oxford; and edward, lord windsor, of bradenham, bucks, who died at spa in the year 1754, directed that his body should be buried in the "cathedral church of the noble city of liege, with a convenient tomb to his memory, but his heart to be enclosed in lead and sent to england, there to be buried in the chapel of bradenham, under his father's tomb, in token of a true englishman."

  • Spiv
  • Spirea
  • Said(Definition of said)
  • "no, it 's your face," said roderick.

  • Spuds
  • Spin(Definition of spin)
  • Spat(Definition of spat)
  • Finally elzemah stepped forward, torch in hand, and spat upon the giant black-robed figure.

  • Side(Definition of side)
  • If a foetus has three ears, one on the left side and two on the right side, the angry gods will return to the country.

  • Speed(Definition of speed)
  • Suddenly i slackened my speed.

  • Spitz(Definition of spitz)
  • Spica(Definition of spica)
  • Spit(Definition of spit)
  • Sputa
  • Spite(Definition of spite)
  • Spot(Definition of spot)
  • Sparta
  • And coming into sparta, what he had thus stolen away he hid under the tiles of his house, and delivered up the sacks to the magistrates, and showed the seals were upon them.

  • Slid(Definition of Slid)
  • The shirt slid to the floor, and miss theodosia gave her visitor a full view of her face.

  • Spca
  • The australian-based rspca societies owe their origins to the spca in england.

  • Spied
  • Spade(Definition of spade)
  • Then woodwender, catching up his father's spade, ran to the stream and threw it in.

  • Sid
  • His shoulders jerked as he saw sid.

  • Soda(Definition of soda)
  • At the end of that time he gave him a brandy and soda and placed a box of cigarettes before him.

  • Skid(Definition of skid)
  • Grasping his longbow in his two hands and using it as a skid, and digging his heels firmly into the stony ground of the sloping precipice, he went down foot by foot, now swaying this way and now that as the loose stones slipped before his feet.

  • Septa(Definition of Septa)
  • The alveolar groove anterior to the tooth is very distinct throughout and is without septa and open at the bottom.

  • Sped(Definition of Sped)
  • "the assegai sped on and struck one of the women who had hold of the unfortunate every, piercing through her arm.

  • Spits
  • Pita(Definition of pita)
  • Agave americana is the source of pita fiber, and is used as a fiber plant in mexico, the west indies and southern europe.

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