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Possible correct spellings for abnned
- abed We were all abed; he had to knock several times; and in the end Tony went down to let him in.
- abet We also hereby proclaim and make known to all the inhabitants of the united states of Hungary and Transylvania, their possessions and dependencies, that all authorities, communes, towns, and the civil officers, both in the counties and cities, are completely set free and released from all the obligations under which they stood, by oath or otherwise, to the said house of Hapsburg; and that any individual daring to contravene this decree, and by word or deed in any way to aid or abet any one violating it, shall be treated and punished as guilty of high treason.
- abide We need you long to abide with us in undiminished vigor and health.
- abode 3. Hab-i-ta' tion, place of abode.
- abound Suddenly a horseman came galloping over the brow, and the horse putting his foot on one of the large flat stones which abound in this country came down with a crash and horse and rider rolled over and over like shot rabbits.
- absent Every moment that he was absent was lavished in his praise.
- abused Reuben abused his father's concubine, Judah gat children of his own daughter-in-law; Yea, here in my sight went after a wicked line.
- aeneid In the Aeneid this patriotic feeling shows itself, as a similar feeling shows itself in the poetry of Scott, in the enthusiasm with which the martial memories of famous towns and tribes are recalled in association with the picturesque features of the land.
- amend They are convinced of it; and accordingly the wretches have done all they can to preserve their lives, and to secure their power; but not one step have they taken to amend the one or to make a more just use of the other.
- anode plated through holes) inside a PCB, as the copper migrates along the glass/resin interface from anode to cathode.
- ante "Te lucis ante" so devoutly issued Forth from its mouth, and with such dulcet notes, It made me issue forth from my own mind.
- band If you had become a Christian, I should not now have found you the leader of a band of thieves.
- banned Obviously, however, Mr. Colvin often wounded with the faithful wounds of a friend, and sometimes in return he was blessed, and sometimes he was banned.
- banter He had to pause in the street to let a company of them pass by on their way northward to the trench line and it did his heart good to hear their cheery laughter and typical American banter.
- bend Thus the framework could bend and curve and sway, moving with steady glide across the landscape, yet never collapsing nor losing its exquisite proportions.
- bind They ought never to meet again, for no tie must bind him to the house of Rameses."
- Abased 4:12 I know both how to be abased, and I know how to abound: every where and in all things I am instructed both to be full and to be hungry, both to abound and to suffer need.
- Abated Soon as the storm abated he dragged her on.
- Abounded By duty and by expediency he was bound to follow closely the internal politics of Florence where his enemies and rivals abounded.
- And And she's nobody's fool!
- Anent In itself, no doubt, a suicide is apt to be extremely "romantic," A complete dime-novel is condensed in a few remarks which Squier makes anent a quaint Nicaraguan custom.
- Atoned He wore a velveteen jacket, and pantaloons which atoned, by their extra length, for the holes resulting from hard usage and antiquity.
- Abner Abner gave another "Humph!"
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