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Spell Check of skin

Correct spelling: skin

Definition of skin:

  1. The membranous covering of the body, cutis, integumentum commune.
  2. The natural outer covering of an animal; a hide; the bark of a plant.
  3. To strip off the skin or hide; to flay; to peel; to cover with skin; to cover the surface of.
  4. To be covered with skin.

Google Ngram Viewer results for skin:

This graph shows how "skin" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for skin:

  1. No, answered they, it is good to sleep in a whole skin –  by

Quotes for skin:

  1. In this movie, you have all the things you love from Tim. All the magic and the whimsy and the surreal, but he also has a fantastic story of a father and son that really gets under your skin.
  2. A stem cell is essentially a blank cell capable of becoming another, more differentiated cell -type in the body, such as a skin cell, a muscle cell or a nerve cell.
  3. I have had an experience which might perhaps be described as being shot down. At the same time, I call shot down only when one falls down. Today I got into trouble but I escaped with a whole skin.
  4. In terms of jumping into a character's skin, I try to immerse myself in the role as much as possible to bring me closer to them. All I do is what's required to achieve what I want to achieve.
  5. When the shriveled skin of the ordinary is stuffed out with meaning, it satisfies the senses amazingly.

Rhymes for skin:

  1. pin, trinh, wynn, been, guin, flinn, jin, lin, lyn, inn, min, quinn, bryn, winn, when, din, gwynn, rhin, glyn, rinn, gwynne, ginn, in, twin, minh, guinn, linh, gwin, shin, linn, yin, chin, knin, quin, winne, brinn, vin, pinn, grin, glynn, rihn, lwin, fin, gwinn, qin, gyn, kin, flynn, linne, wynne, brin, finn, sin, bin, lynne, spin, gwyn, win, gin, dinh, tin, thin, kinn, lynn;
  2. begin, herein, allin, aswin, emlyn, alpin, adin, berlin, therein, eldwin, kaylynn, akin, has-been, within, chagrin, wherein;
  3. menuhin, violin;