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Correct spelling for CENNTER
We think the word cennter 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 cennter
With a few words adelaide might have obtained the desired permission for her sister; but she chose to remain neuter, coldly declaring she never interfered in quarrels.
A mixture of fresh whey and buttermilk is added with the rennet.
He's a regular centaur foal.
He picked the five dollars out of the change on the counter.
Before them rode a boy on a jennet, and by him a clerk, as he seemed, upon a mule.
Suddenly we heard the chanter of the itinerant jadoo-wallah, and as usual i called him in to ask him if he had anything new.
I think, maybe, somewheres in the last century he may have deserved high consideration; at present, he's got four legs, to be sure, such as they be, and a head.
A table in the centre.
Again he led the way, stealing toward a ghost of light that issued upward from the center of the floor.
To go near it was instant death, and he always crossed the road to avoid it; but this afternoon he went down the cinder pathway so close that he could touch it with his stick.
Andy, i would not like for this to-cost dick a cent.
The idea of being in love with a small working farmer's son did not enter her head.
This spirit is a stranger: it passes by in solitary sadness, and far away from it the censer of pseudo-culture is swung backwards and forwards, which, amidst the acclamations of 'educated' teachers and journalists, arrogates to itself its name and privileges, and metes out insulting treatment to the word 'german.
"we need a little only for a trial," he said, as he presently sifted out his powdered product, and began to grind the niter.
I'm used to rising early for a canter.