Correct spelling for SUPOENA

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Possible correct spellings for supoena

  • Spain
  • Where did you get it, de spain?"

  • Span
  • "you'll remember that all who took part in the competition failed on the long central span," said griffith.

  • Spawn
  • With the growth of agarics from the mycelium, or spawn, we are not deficient in information, but what are the conditions necessary to cause the spores themselves to germinate before our eyes and produce this mycelium is but too obscure.

  • Spend
  • About the end of the year he was obliged to spend several days in london on business.

  • Spent
  • If i had gone alone, i should have spent twice as much."

  • Spin
  • Then i began to feel that i lived in a nook, and to wonder how i could spin out its attractions to cover a whole day: for i could not hear to think of his departing with secret regret for his lavished time.

  • Spine
  • Up went the spine of the stranger, and out went his tail like a bar of steel, the feet braced, and the whole body taut as standing rigging.

  • Spiny
  • She returned to camp empty-handed save for some cones of the sugar pine, which she proceeded to roast that the nuts might fall out of the spiny masses.

  • Spoken
  • You'll be spoken to as i want from now on.

  • Spoon
  • On the opposite side was a poor fellow, alive to be sure, but without hands or feet, and with a spoon tied to the stump of his right arm.

  • Spurn
  • If thaa knew all, thaa'd spurn me more like.

  • Subpoena
  • The witnesses are summoned by subpoena served in the usual way.

  • Super
  • Am i to be ramshaklt out of the super nakullums in spite o' my teeth?

  • Supernal
  • So long as i live i must remain the instrument of these our supernal friends-it is my work in the world, and i must execute it."

  • Supine
  • I lay still, it is true, and felt much of the peculiar vagueness that follows fever; but i was conscious of a supine, latent energy never known before.

  • Supper
  • I've got to see about some supper for us.

  • Supping
  • So, late up, silent, and not supping, but hearing her utter some words of discontent to me with silence, and so to bed, weeping to myself for grief, which she discerning, come to bed, and mighty kind, and so with great joy on both sides to sleep.

  • Supra
  • 46 c, and supra, n.

  • Upon
  • Upon my word, i meant it not."

  • Spoons
  • "just so," laughed he; "and take the spoons."

  • Pena
  • Co-Ached
  • Co-Equals
  • Come To Rescue
  • Getting Off The Point