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Correct spelling for SPONN

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Possible correct spellings for sponn

  • Spanner
  • He turned to look back at the two-spanner; it was rather far behind, and he spoke to their driver bidding him go slowly till it caught up with them.

  • Spinner
  • "truly, priscilla," he said, "when i see you spinning and spinning, never idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful of others, suddenly you are transformed, are visibly changed in a moment; you are no longer priscilla, but bertha the beautiful spinner."

  • Son
  • He is your son; why do you doubt him?"

  • Sown
  • I hope some in the rick may be better, since it was earlier sown, as well as i can recollect.

  • Spiny
  • Canes spiny, numerous, dark brown; nodes flattened; internodes long; tendrils intermittent or continuous, long, bifid or trifid.

  • Spend
  • "nobody could spend a year out here ...

  • Spans
  • Quickly gathering speed, it ran through the tumbledown suburbs of the city and rumbled across the iron bridge that spans the tave river.

  • Spot
  • The natural thing would have been to leave the body on the spot.

  • Sponge
  • Now you keep squeezing this sponge out over his head-never mind the bed-till i get back.

  • Supine
  • A numb languor, not unpleasant, held him passively supine, the while he gave himself over to speculative thought.

  • Spinney
  • "well, i'm going round by rigg's spinney, and i'll meet you at the farm gates.

  • Spoon
  • I dropped my spoon on the floor.

  • Spongy
  • "ach so," said the young lady, visited by a glimmer of understanding, and turning round she dexterously whipped down more green boxes, and taking off the lids brought out squares of different materials, linen, flannel, and a soft white spongy stuff.

  • Soon
  • Surely she would hear from him soon.

  • Spank
  • To think that that's the thing i used to spank when he was naughty!

  • Pony
  • "father gave me the cart and pony this morning," said nancy.

  • Spoken
  • Now, what do you mean by not speaking when you're spoken to?

  • Span
  • He had straightened up and looked a span taller.

  • Spent
  • I found you a little home in which you have spent a few happy months free from care, and i didn't ask for so much as a kiss.

  • Come To Rescue
  • Sonny
  • "that's where the mystery comes in, sonny.

  • Spun
  • Urged on by barr's promise of a large reward the captain of the launch had spun his little vessel down the river at top speed and thus had been able to make the coast in record time.

  • Penn
  • My landlady, mrs. penn, is a good woman, but one can hardly expect her to take up the burden of a little boy.

  • Spawn
  • It was called 'the quakers unmasked, and clearly detected to be but the spawn of romish frogs, jesuits and franciscan friars, sent from rome to seduce the intoxicated giddy-headed english nation.

  • Spoons
  • Then he turned to harriet: "i've been sent to borrow some spoons," he said.

  • Pone
  • A wisp of smoke stole from a stone chimney, and the smell that corn-pone and bacon leave was in the air.

  • Spunk
  • A lone command-and that is the only thing a subaltern of spunk may pray for!

  • Upon
  • The night had come down upon the house.

  • Sony
  • Spin
  • Then his legs became entangled in one of the strings, and, as he stepped out, he pulled on the string and the wheel began to spin.

  • Spain
  • He appears to have been already well known in spain.

  • Come To Order
  • Come To Point
  • Co-Ached
  • Spins
  • In general, however, the caterpillar provides a web of silk which it spins against some surface where the chrysalis will be secure and in this web it entangles its hind legs.

  • Spurn
  • "but they spurn me, they insinuate that i am an elephant on the manager's hands, when you yourself have been kind enough to tell me that my part of the performance was-" "good, first-rate," he broke in.

  • Spine
  • He knows that the bullet broke the spine, and cut through the marrow which sent law and order into all this now inanimate flesh.

  • Spoor
  • As was his wont, he stepped out briskly along the spoor till he came to the dairy.

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