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Possible correct spellings for ane

  • Ana(Definition of ana)
  • "tell me, ana, all that has befallen you," he said in his pleasant, eager voice.

  • Ale(Definition of ale)
  • At night sent another packet to london by the post, and after that was done i went up to the lieutenant's cabin and there we broached a vessel of ale that we had sent for among us from deal to-day.

  • Vane(Definition of vane)
  • Mr. cumberland vane laughed outright.

  • Anne
  • He was sick of living now that he'd lost anne.

  • Sane(Definition of sane)
  • Thereafter she kept her distance from the water as any sane creature would, avoiding jaws like the plague.

  • Ene(Definition of ene)
  • Chiral lewis acids have also proven useful in the ene reaction.

  • Ape(Definition of ape)
  • A modern indian tale is to this effect:-a prince marries a female ape, but his brothers wed handsome princesses.

  • Dane(Definition of dane)
  • Alfred is a wise king and would drive out the dane if the saxons would follow him.

  • Ate(Definition of ate)
  • Not long after they ate and when they had finished they went to the yard and they played on gansas and danced.

  • Mane(Definition of mane)
  • He would beat me into the dust as the lion does the flea which dares to play with his mane.

  • One(Definition of one)
  • 117, 118, one vol.

  • Age(Definition of age)
  • Richard pearce, 11 years of age.

  • Zane
  • I met wetzel and jack zane back a few miles in the woods.

  • Nae
  • There's nae sang in't that i can fin' out.

  • Ans
  • Ans. now to me, if she have either love or charity.

  • Ante(Definition of ante)
  • Nec vana de se praedicatio est caesaris ante victum hostem esse quam visum.

  • Abe
  • And two days after, when the cup went round on that first communion sabbath, from nelson to sandy, and from sandy to baptiste, and so on down the line to billy breen and mrs. mavor, and then to abe, the driver, whom she had by her own mystic power lifted into hope and faith, i felt all the shame and pain of a traitor; and i believe, in my heart that the fire of that pain and shame burned something of the selfish cowardice out of me, and that it is burning still.

  • An(Definition of an)
  • It was like an avalanche.

  • Are(Definition of are)
  • The plants are 3-6 cm.

  • Ann
  • Ann told mother that i went out late one night to meet-meet mr. mostyn when he whistled.

  • Any(Definition of any)
  • I am not to blame in any way in this matter.

  • Acne(Definition of acne)
  • Transformation of adrenal androgens into potent androgens and estrogens is involved in sebum production, skin oiliness, acne, pubic and body hair growth, hirsutism, prostate cancer, breast cancer, and other functions and conditions.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • O'hoolerhan brought home a keg ave dannymite wan day to blow a cistern in his yard an' hid the stuff away.

  • Kane
  • She had stepped into the light from the windows and, mr. kane being beside her, she could see his face clearly and see that he looked very tired.

  • Aye(Definition of Aye)
  • "aye, that he will.

  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • It was impossible to believe that such ant-labors could avail, but already, near the road, the fire had burnt itself out, baffled by its microscopic assailants.

  • Bane(Definition of bane)
  • The blood within them, subtle as a bane, burning as lava, scarce, flows ever fraught with sad ideals that ever come to naught.

  • Ne(Definition of ne)
  • "je ne voudrais pas," said the gentleman.

  • Pane(Definition of pane)
  • This time it was "pane o' glass" that had just brought along the new lodger.

  • Jane
  • "that will do, jane; you don't know what you are talking about.

  • Axe(Definition of axe)
  • As for the indian, all the baggage he had, beside his axe and gun, was a blanket, which he brought loose in his hand.

  • Cane(Definition of cane)
  • Only think of my carrying off the man's cane, ned!

  • Wane(Definition of wane)
  • Through the long hours i say, "the night must fade and wane, sorrow must fly away."

  • Awe(Definition of awe)
  • Whose hand was in mine, as i stood, overcome with awe, by the teacher's desk, and whispered my name as my father prompted?

  • And(Definition of And)
  • "come and speak to richard.

  • Lane(Definition of lane)
  • Ten minutes after, i was in the lane, in time to meet polly hopley, in her best bonnet and with a key in her hand, going up to the cottage door.

  • Ace(Definition of ace)
  • I stood alongside of him, so i could look down into the deck; and when i saw white show, i would copper in the big square, and my partner would play the other end and middle open-for when the white showed, it would be an ace or deuce.

  • Anew(Definition of anew)
  • As long as they cherish it, however-and they must cherish it till their furniture or themselves fall to dust-they cannot begin life anew, as the poor do who have kept nothing of the sort to link them to the past.

1 words made from the letters ane

3 letter words made from ane:

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