How to spell BINT correctly?
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List of suggestions on how to spell bint correctly
- bent He took her hand and said something about being in time; then, as she seemed to expect it, he bent down and kissed her.
- bin We bin held up!
- bind Listen to his request, then grant it or refuse it as you will; but if you refuse it, it will not bind us closer.
- bit Not a bit of it, my dear.
- bunt We were, however, snug enough aloft, if not very neat; the bunt of the mainsail, indeed, looked rather shaky, but the other sails lay very secure upon the yards; and this being so, and the gale remaining steady, I told the boatswain to keep the ship to her present course, and went below, yawning horribly and dead wearied.
- dint Only the Sergeant-gunner, the grey-headed ex-Royal Field Artilleryman, maintained self-command by dint of looking very hard the other way.
- hint One hint that Doris was victimised, and she knew Dudley well enough to realise he would only marry her the more quickly, whether he had learned the truth or not.
- lint Soon after eight, Count von Ohrendorff, the general officer commanding the 32nd Division, who appeared to be the supreme authority here, sent for me, and suggested that I should take steps to arrange for the manufacture of lint and bandages by the ladies living in the town.
- mint They stopped at a wayside inn a few miles out of the city, had a mint julep, and then proceeded on their way home, both very happy, and De Forest decidedly spooney.
- pint Put them, a few at a time, in the soup kettle, the bottom of which has been covered with a pint of boiling water.
- tint The general colour of the English squirrel is red in summer; but in winter they often assume a grayish tint, at which time they have long pencils of hair at the top of their ears.
- Ain't Why, I ain't thought o' nothing else but you ever since I first set eyes on you.
- bins The shelves and bins, and the numbering system.
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