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Correct spelling for CERTTAIN
We think the word certtain 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 certtain
- Attain(Definition of attain)
- Detain(Definition of detain)
- Stain(Definition of stain)
- Setting(Definition of setting)
- Retain(Definition of retain)
- Certain(Definition of certain)
- Certainty(Definition of certainty)
- Curtain(Definition of curtain)
- Ascertain(Definition of ascertain)
- Certainly(Definition of certainly)
- Pertain(Definition of pertain)
And i'm sure you don't mean really that goodness, if one could attain it, makes one unhappy."
I won't detain you long.
It was helped out by the stain his brother had applied to his face in the khyber.
"i can tell you the past if not the future," the young woman said, setting down her basket.
But our dear friends in england will readily conceive that our baptisms are various and deep, during our separation from the bosom of our own little visible church; and we hope to retain a place in their sympathy and prayers, when they are favored with access to the throne of mercy.
When he left me i felt certain it was to dream of him.
But he could only suspect; and what is suspicion where they want certainty?"
He stood with his hand on the curtain, listening-and with a pleasure that astonished him.
A sudden flash of light caused the phantom to press hard against the wall, for he wished to ascertain the other's business before making his presence known.
"certainly, certainly," she said.
We should also reject the less important ideas which pertain directly to the subject if without them we have all that are needed in order to fulfill the purpose of the theme.