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Correct spelling for DINE
We think the word dine 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 dine
The parisian dines at half-past six, remaining at table until eight.
"but no, i cannot help you, and you will not die.
They send us in front with a fuse an' a mine To blow up the gates that are rushed by the Line,– Sappers by Rudyard Kipling
Dina (looking at him): because i am one of the "poor fallen creatures", you know.
I took a sledge hammer and I broke my nine Because the letter is mine, word is born I rhyme And every day I write the book down line by line I'm feeling good or when I do it like this– The Scoop by beastie boys
When he has the dice in his hand, it is difficult to tear him away.
So you can dive and swim?
Visitors to margate will remember the valley called the dane, which stretches from the harbour to st. peters.
But i shall not segond the motion, nor shall i holdt up mine hand, as i will, by bermission, embloy it some dime in a better office.
"i'm sorry i didn't wire you because we might have dined together.
Tell your sweetheart not to pine, To be proud your boys in line!– Over There by Cohan George M
Then he shook off the sandy dune from his shoulders and flew away in a fury.
I have done with you.
She said she had dire need of him, and she told him that the king had sworn that no harm should come to him.
Why, rinky dink, said the coffee-colored angel sadly, don't you know that was very wicked of you?
And the night was fine indeed.
'Have I hurt you indeed? We are quits then. Nay, friend of my Walter, be mine! Come, Dora, my darling, my angel, and help me to ask him to dine.'– Lord Walter's Wife by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
'are we not going back now, my dino, to italia?' palmira asked, after a long pause, eyeing him anxiously.
Would the pressure build up again, as it had built up for diane?
Cine blitz was launched by russy karanjias rifa publications in december 1974,and his daughter rita mehta became the first editor-in-chief of the magazine.
Unfortunately, the tempest of the wind and the rain made such a din that it was difficult to catch every sound which came from the interior of the lodge.
In the city, when we hear the scissors-grinder ding-ding-dinging along the street, we wonder in an impersonal way how he makes a living; but in the country we espy him from afar and are out at the gate to meet him, with all the scissors and knives in the house.
Perhaps you will dine with me some time?"
That in the diner didn't deserve the name."
There, by dint of looking closely about me, i found a rough zig-zag descending path notched out: which i followed.