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Spell Check of violin

Correct spelling: violin

Definition of violin:

  1. A musical instrument with four strings, played with a bow; a fiddle. See Viol.

Common misspellings for violin:

wislon, villing, vigin, violant, visioin, vioaltion, violene, violenly, vilen, viewonline, visoion, voilince, vilian, villane, violting, voluneer, willin, vilanova, violtaion, violines, viamin, viewin, volin, vinlyn, volient, violiet, willinh, villian, villan, violience, molin, willind, villaine, mioline, violnce, villion, violenc, villany, boilin, vinillia, volano, violiant, violic, virin, villiany, valling, volun, vikin, viiolent, violoent, vinyln, violante, volunme, vilion, volcan, viloin, voilant, vilons, willian, voilent, villin, violine, violaiton, virmilion, violient, willn, violon, violetion, violit, willrun, violaion, visoin, violince, swolin, voilin, volune, vioation, wilon, vinily, liulin, violice, vition, violenet, vilin, violance, viosn, volent, volinter, vilny, vilid, voiolent, vioelnt, wireline, vionlin, violiting, vilan, vanillia, vilont, viliont, voulinter.

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

Quotes for violin:

  1. The majority of husbands remind me of an orangutan trying to play the violin.
  2. Life is like playing a violin solo in public and learning the instrument as one goes on.
  3. A poet is a man who puts up a ladder to a star and climbs it while playing a violin.
  4. I was much distressed by next door people who had twin babies and played the violin; but one of the twins died, and the other has eaten the fiddle, so all is peace.
  5. My brother Leon started it all. He played the piano. In school they made me leader of the orchestra because I played the violin, but I followed Leon and the boys in his jazz band around.

Rhymes for violin:

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