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Possible correct spellings for womena

  • Mona
  • "i'm not so sure, either," mona replied, with a light of larger understanding in her eyes.

  • Men(Definition of men)
  • What kind of rules and laws do you think the cave-men made?

  • Ween(Definition of Ween)
  • In air it crumbles, moulders; earth's deep woe has in the earth, i ween, at last an end; and time's poor foundling, here in school constrained, finds then, perchance, beyond the sun-a father.

  • Cowmen
  • Larkin would go on about his plans, dreaming the cowmen still in captivity, and the pursuing punchers on a false trail, stelton calculated.

  • Women(Definition of women)
  • You do not understand women!

  • Woolen(Definition of woolen)
  • He wore a rough woolen cloak, summer and winter, as his only garment, and ate all his food raw.

  • Weeny
  • "don't you-don't you think they are--well, just a little bit too big for such teeny, weeny babies?"

  • Wooden(Definition of wooden)
  • Jonas allowed himself to be carried out into the corridor, and down it to a great wooden door.

  • When(Definition of when)
  • When can you come on?

  • Worsen(Definition of worsen)
  • Food and drug administration as well as in other research, and are therefore discouraged as a treatment for arachnoiditis as they will most likely worsen the condition.

  • Woven(Definition of woven)
  • She had carefully woven the cloak with her own hands, and that, she cried, was the way her labor was valued!

  • Mean(Definition of mean)
  • "i don't understand what you mean," he declared.

  • Wooten
  • In his second year as head coach, wooten led the barnstormers to their first ever championship on july 7, 2018, over the sioux falls storm 42–38 in the united bowl.

  • Woken
  • She had woken, but to find that there was danger.

  • Oman
  • Oman total: 11 over 3,047 m: 6 2,438 to 3,047 m: 4 914 to 1,523 m: 1 (2010)

  • Roman(Definition of roman)
  • The reason for sending him was that he desired that the pass along the alps, through which the roman merchants had been accustomed to travel with great danger, should be opened.

  • Romney
  • She had been thinking of a picture by romney which hung in the dining-room of bramling, a picture which she had never seen, but which yet she knew to be a portrait of herself.

  • Menu(Definition of menu)
  • As this is written on the theme that "people know too little how their neighbors live," i give the menu.

  • Wen(Definition of wen)
  • It is notwithstanding very doubtful if we have any genuine remains of either sun tzu, or of kuan tzu, wu tzu, wen tzu, and several other early writers on war, political philosophy, and cognate subjects.

  • Wormed(Definition of Wormed)
  • Pringle crouched in the deep shadow of the wall, groped his way to the long row of watering troughs, and wormed himself under the upper trough, where the creaking windmill and the splashing of water from the supply pipe would drown out the sound of his labored breath.

  • Wean(Definition of wean)
  • I would rather discover how to successfully wean a calf from the parent stem without being boosted over a nine rail fence, than to discover a new star that had never been used, and the next evening find that it had made an assignment.

  • Demean(Definition of demean)
  • To think that anny man shud so demean himsilf as to imagine such a thing, lave alone say it.

  • Worming(Definition of Worming)
  • They made a wide circuit and approached the house from the rear, worming their way through the indian grass toward the back door.

  • Wanna
  • Wanna cross, one boy.

  • Yeomen
  • About half the yeomen and tradesmen and craftsmen were.

  • Omen(Definition of omen)
  • An evil omen was golden hair in my life.

  • Womb(Definition of womb)
  • Their birth was of the womb of morning dew, and their conception of the glorious prime.

  • Wotan(Definition of wotan)
  • From the loud laughter and shouting that wotan heard as he neared the hut, he knew that hunding and his friends were having a merry feast.

  • Bowmen
  • Then up rose another great commotion at the door, and four-and-twenty good bowmen came marching in with will stutely at their head.

  • Pomona
  • When we returned, pomona saw us drive in,-she had not known of our ride,-and when she heard the news she was as wild with proud delight as anybody.

  • Womanly(Definition of womanly)
  • Remembering the time for her to act was almost at hand, she became calm-more from the womanly instinct to help him than from the effort of her will.

  • Won(Definition of won)
  • He knew he had won.

  • Woodmen
  • Hard on its heels came another, and then a third, while by watching closely i perceived that slanting downwards through the woods from the height of the next mountain there ran a stout wire, to which the faggots were slung by hooked sticks cut on those high uplands where the woodmen were working.

  • Woman(Definition of woman)
  • "i know it," the woman replied.

  • Workmen(Definition of Workmen)
  • Tom once more appeared and addressed the workmen: "whose bundle of dirty overalls is this in here?

  • Worn(Definition of worn)
  • "how white and worn you look!

  • Amen(Definition of amen)
  • "for what we have received the lord be praised," was his form of giving thanks; to which mrs. salter added, "amen," and "bless his heart!"

  • Myna(Definition of myna)
  • Javan myna, acridotheres javanicus pale-bellied myna, acridotheres cinereus jungle myna, acridotheres fuscus collared myna, acridotheres albocinctus bank myna, acridotheres ginginianus common myna, acridotheres tristis black-winged starling, acridotheres melanopterus vinous-breasted starling, acridotheres burmannicus two others (red-billed starling, sturnus sericeus & white-cheeked starling, sturnus cineraceus) are probably basal in the group and might even be closer to sturnia.

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