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Correct spelling for ARKINSAW
We think the word arkinsaw is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for arkinsaw
- Akin(Definition of akin)
- Gainsay(Definition of gainsay)
- Arkansas(Definition of arkansas)
The tenth canto is specially notable as bringing dante into the presence of the greatest exponent of the scholastic philosophy, and the master whom he followed more closely than any other, st. thomas aquinas.
Both the soldier and musician were made of that sturdy stuff which would and did defy the world; and it is not strange that beethoven should have desired in some way-and he knew of no better course than through his art-to honor one so characteristically akin to himself, and who at that time was the most prominent man in europe.
A suggestion of natural hues and markings will be found more satisfactory than painting them on heavily.
The real herr wiedkind, said jamison dryly, came up from punta arenas with special instructions from the master.
"prince," mr. haviland said, "there is no one here who will gainsay your honesty.
Mrs. atkins, admitted by the sympathetic allenby, proved less fierce than the cook-lady, although by no stretch of imagination could she have been called pleasant.
But the hardest case we ever heard of lived in arkansas.
We loped on back across Arkansas I whipped her brother and I whipped her pa– Tennessee Stud by Arlo Guthrie
Although intended to represent the divide between rich southeastern plantation arkansas planters and the poor northwestern hill country, the meaning was twisted to represent a northerner lost in the ozarks on a white horse asking a backwoods arkansan for directions.