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Correct spelling for ENGISH
We think the word engish 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 engish
- English(Definition of english)
- Enigma(Definition of enigma)
- Anguish(Definition of anguish)
- Languish(Definition of languish)
- Monkish(Definition of monkish)
- Engine(Definition of engine)
- Longish(Definition of longish)
- Enmesh(Definition of enmesh)
- Enrich(Definition of enrich)
These english would not fight!
His son's secret nature was an enigma to him.
In the back of the crowd, si'wren dropped her head in anguish, for had she not also screamed in the past for the death of their enemies when master rababull led the war cry for a neighbor's field?
After the first and second flights miss angie paused and leaned against the wall.
In the presence of old angus craig and young johnson they were married, and when the minister gave mrs. bidwell a rousing smack she wiped her lips with the back of her hand and said to bidwell: "now we're ayqul partners, sherm, and all old scores wiped out."
The events of the last ten years had clearly proved that a day must come when the flying machine would be used as an engine of war, and now that day had come-and the fighting flying machine was in the hands of the enemy.