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Spell Check of spin

Correct spelling: spin

Definition of spin:

  1. To draw out and twist into threads; to draw out tediously; to extend to a great length; to protract; to cause to whirl.
  2. To practise spinning; to perform the act of drawing and twisting threads; to move round rapidly; to issue in a thread or small current.

Common misspellings for spin:

spiney, spoin, s0in, sqin.


Google Ngram Viewer results for spin:

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

Quotes for spin:

  1. Some of these bulls are gonna' spin those cowboys so fast, they'll look like a frog in a blender.
  2. The political spin in Washington is revolting, just revolting. It's a callous political game.
  3. Ordinary photons do have spin, they have a notion of helicity so they spin around their direction on motion.
  4. Yes, we were looking for a Faith spin -off, but then Faith backed down. Eliza got a really wonderful offer over on Fox in a show, and, for reasons I didn't talk to her about, she decided to go there, and everyone respects that.
  5. A man of great memory without learning hath a rock and a spindle and no staff to spin.

Rhymes for spin:

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