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Correct spelling for SPINN

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Possible correct spellings for spinn

  • Spain
  • He looked with open interest from his frank but not overtrustworthy eyes at de spain.

  • Span
  • As the ships that brought us link the shores of europe and america, so our lives span the bitter sea of racial differences and misunderstandings.

  • Spawn
  • This was luminous, but the light was by no means so bright as in those parts of the wood where the spawn had penetrated more deeply, and where it was so intense that the roughest treatment scarcely seemed to check it.

  • Spin
  • All the spiders in their gray, self-woven nets, whispered and sang in his corridor, 'we weave at the fountain of life, we spin the web of time.

  • Spine
  • He turned round with a view to escape, but george rennie shot him through the spine.

  • Spinner
  • So the wretched creature was discovered, before long, in kruge, near mahlzow, where she had hired herself as a spinner for the winter, and brought before ulrich and her grace.

  • Spinney
  • I assented, and he called to the keeper who was following with a little knot of beaters, and told him to beat the spinney.

  • Spiny
  • The trail passed through cactuses, and spiny shrubs and trees, which tore our clothes more than all we had endured during weeks of travel.

  • Spoon
  • Not in ten years has there been so much as a spoon missing.

  • Spurn
  • Then, and then only, shall you return to land, and those who have loved you best shall spurn you from them as something loathsome.

  • Supine
  • P. lentz, beyond the aid of human help, gazed into the jungle and brought forth a supine.

  • Spun
  • Suddenly this ceased, and, before we could pull up to lance him, he went down, taking the line out at such a rate that the boat spun round, and sparks of fire flew from the logger-head, from the chafing of the rope.

  • Spins
  • The engine gives a few loud puffs, spins its wheels a few times, and the cars begin moving past.

  • Co-Ached
  • Come To Point
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