Correct spelling for SPONSED

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Possible correct spellings for sponsed

  • Spurned
  • As long as it was only the prisoners, they turned a deaf ear to all my suggestions; now they had become willing listeners, and quickly adopted the advice they had spurned but a short time before.

  • Sensed
  • It was at this crisis that he sensed, rather than saw, the other man rushing at him.

  • Dispensed(Definition of dispensed)
  • So when the railroad found it could not be dispensed with, it grew dissatisfied with the size of its earnings.

  • Spanned
  • But behold, as i left the crowds behind, and the broader avenues were spanned by the open sky, my grievances melted away, and i fell to dreaming of things that neither hurt nor pleased.

  • Saliences
  • Spenser
  • Spenser has not only been the delight of nearly ten generations; he was the study of shakespeare, the poetical master of cowley and of milton, and, in some sense, of dryden and pope.

  • Sponsored
  • Spans
  • He launched forth into a description of several spans of horses he had seen and stables he had visited.

  • Spawned
  • Why you were spawned in a ditch, you viper.

  • Spines
  • Between that and the wildcats it made our hair stand on end and the chills go up and down our spines.

  • Soonest(Definition of soonest)
  • They are the worst things you can deal in, and damage the soonest; your very breath destroys 'em, and i fear you'll never see your return, sir george, ha, ha!

  • Supposed(Definition of supposed)
  • The supposed question is, "what is the name of this country?"

  • Sponged
  • You can be steamed, suffused, sprayed, sponged, showered, submerged or soaked.

  • Sponsor(Definition of sponsor)
  • But austria, having placed leopold here, is his sponsor.

  • Spooned
  • Pounced(Definition of Pounced)
  • She pounced upon her father again, and arranged afresh the cushions behind his back, with a little air of patronage and protection.

  • Spoons
  • Spend(Definition of spend)
  • We have made such a big fire, because he was going to spend the evening with us.

  • Spanked
  • Then the head chief of the tribe of tegumai cried and said and sang, 'o small-person-without-any-manners-who-ought-to-be-spanked, you've hit upon a great invention!

  • Spins
  • Pins and needles, needles and pins Stone cold sober but the bed still spins

    – Painted Lady by ZO2
  • Spinster(Definition of spinster)
  • Far different were the sensations with which the good spinster regarded her niece.