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Correct spelling for SPUNE

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Possible correct spellings for spune

  • Pun
  • Only one or two of us winced at his miserable double pun.

  • Span
  • The passage of the bridge at surahal gave us some trouble, as the flooded river brought our upper works within a narrow distance of the highest point of the span, but we finally scraped through with the loss of a portion of the railing which decorated our upper deck.

  • Spin
  • Nay, and i will even pledge my word that i will tear asunder the subtlest web which ursula may spin, in especial if i have ann's keen wit to aid me.

  • Spine
  • I can feel blue lightning chasing up and down my spine right now.

  • Spiny
  • Fox squirrels also often exploit the spiny protection provided by locust trunks, and build their stick nests in these trees, usually in a fork of the main trunk eight to twelve feet above the ground.

  • Spume
  • Looking above his head, where the sky and the sea met in a blanket of flying spume, i caught sight for an instant of something that resembled the vague form of a headland.

  • Spunk
  • "you're doing what i hadn't the spunk to do.

  • Spurn
  • "throw me from this tall cliff,-my wings are strong, the hurricane is raging fierce and high, my spirit pants, and all in heat i long to fly right upward to a purer sky, and spurn the clouds beneath me rolling by; lo thus, into the buoyant air i leap confident and exulting, at a bound swifter than whirlwinds happily to sweep on fiery wing the reeling world around: off with my fetters!

  • Spurned
  • From the hands of him whose lips are stained with wine, who has spurned the precepts of the prophet and forgotten the lessons of his youth, i will accept no favour, and will give to him no blessing."

  • Sun
  • The sun was not yet up.

  • Supine
  • Suddenly kirby stirred to free his shoulder of ivana's supine weight against it, and he made himself look down his rifle.

  • Spun
  • The man spun about, in fact, till the hard-faced fellow caught hold of his eye with his own and held him there till he could catch his breath.

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