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Correct spelling for WAINED

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Possible correct spellings for wained

  • Wand
  • If tom sawyer had owned the magic wand, he hardly could have produced anything as startling as that.

  • Pained
  • Grace said not a word, but she shook her head and looked pained and ill at ease.

  • Wind(Definition of wind)
  • These were passed by like the idle wind.

  • Veined(Definition of veined)
  • Yet all day he lingered in my mind, and i had fitful glimpses of those two trembling, blue-veined, knuckly hands with the paper rustling between them.

  • Whined
  • "i never meant you no harm," whined phoby; but he submitted.

  • Winged(Definition of winged)
  • We wandered almost sadly through the splendid rooms where queen mary first saw the light, the week her father died: through "the king's room," with its secret staircase under a trap door, and its view over a blue lake where swans floated like winged water-lilies.

  • Weaned(Definition of weaned)
  • In may gardens were planted, hop vines trained to poles, ditches scoured, lambs weaned, and sheep watched for "rot".

  • Rained
  • We may picture to ourselves the fierce blows that, in such a case, frederick the great would have rained on his assailants as he wheeled round on their rear and turned their turning movements.

  • Wailed
  • "frank," she wailed, "frank!

  • Pantless
  • Warned
  • We were warned we might have to stay out till late at night!

  • Waited
  • He waited and then again "clare, clare-i say, it's late.

  • Waived
  • Since she was satisfied of that, i waived the point, and returned to what was of more immediate interest.

  • Rough-Skinned
  • Gained
  • He had gained self-respect.

  • Weened
  • Wined
  • Waned
  • The liberal movement by its very impetuosity gave a new lease of life to an orthodoxy which, without that antagonism, would sooner have waned.

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