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Correct spelling for SUPINA

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Possible correct spellings for supina

  • Spins
  • Spin(Definition of spin)
  • Supine(Definition of supine)
  • Soaping
  • Lay on the boil, after the soaping, and while the patient is under its soothing influence, a large piece of thickly folded flannel, or a small sponge, squeezed out of water as hot as the patient can bear.

  • Spun(Definition of Spun)
  • Sopping(Definition of sopping)
  • Sol had scant judgment and one suit of clothes available; the other, sopping wet from the wash, now swayed in the process of drying on an elder-bush in the door-yard.

  • Spica(Definition of spica)
  • Spiny(Definition of spiny)
  • Supping(Definition of supping)
  • Supra(Definition of supra)
  • Seeping
  • This may have been weak self-justification; but, even yet, when i think of the way we began, and how the wave of "prosperity" rose and rose, by acts in themselves, so far as we could see, in every way praiseworthy; how with us, and with people engaged in like operations everywhere, the most powerful passions of society came to aid our projects; how the winds from the unknown, the seismic throbbings of the earth, and the very stars in their courses fought for us; and when, at last, these mightinesses turned upon us the cold and evil eye of their displeasure, how the heaped-up sea came pouring over here, trickling through there, and seeping under yonder, until our great dike toppled over in baleful tumult, "and all the world was in the sea"; how business, east, west, north, and south, went paralyzed with fear and distrust, and old concerns went out like strings of soap-bubbles, and shocks of pain and disease went round the world, and everywhere there was that hellish and portentous thing known to the modern world only, and called a "commercial panic": when i broadly consider these things, i am not vain enough seriously to blame myself.

  • Spine(Definition of spine)
  • Sepia(Definition of sepia)
  • Now if john's plays were full of fierce hues, if his novels had been sepia studies of realism which the public considered painful and the critics described as painstaking, his private life had been of a mild uniform pink, a pinkishness that recalled the chaste hospitality of the best spare bedroom.

  • Spain(Definition of spain)
  • De spain went over the words one by one, and the letters again and again.

  • Suing(Definition of Suing)
  • Span(Definition of span)
  • Silently he seemed to implore protection from the great span of universe surrounding us-for it was he who was the gentler and more loyal spirit of the two.

  • Sapping(Definition of Sapping)
  • The king, however, soon demolished its walls by sapping and by the use of the ram, killed 800 of its garrison, burned its houses, and carried off 2400 men with their families, whom he installed in one of the suburbs of calah.

  • Spinal(Definition of spinal)
  • Spurn(Definition of spurn)
  • Sipping
  • She was sipping a cup of steaming coffee which he had also prepared.

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