Correct spelling for GAIN
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Possible correct spellings for gain
- again Perhaps I had better go away again?
- cain They even have their Cain, for one of these five was killed by a brother.
- fain His wrath he wrought Upon the trees that morn, as if he fought Against a hundred foemen from the west, Till he grew weary, and was fain to rest.
- gain And that would mean a loss to two and a gain to only one.
- gait Then, with measured gait, he made his way slowly toward his master.
- gamin The gamin, who must have been sixteen years of age, wore a gray blouse buckled round his waist by a polished leather belt.
- gin Doubtless gin is as much a feature of Hoxton as beer is a feature of Munich.
- grain Were the mountains of gold and the valleys of silver, the world would not be one grain of corn the richer; no one comfort would be added to the human race.
- grin Georgo showed by a broad grin that he felt flattered.
- jain 3. The Jain tenets.
- main Westover thought of pulling him up and getting him indoors by main force.
- pain He has forgotten his grief and his pain; he has overcome them.
- rain We had rain this morning, which was heavy enough to be disagreeable, and it was with difficulty we kept ourselves and our belongings dry.
- vain And yet 'Twere vain.
- wain Wain kept up the chase until the rain drove him to shelter.
- Lain But once she drew shrinking back behind a slow troop of them; for down at the bottom of a gorge lay a mountaineer, face upward and unmoving, as he had lain since a rock loosened beneath him, and the depths swallowed him.
- Gavin And if it were established that he was married, and that Gavin Smeaton was his lawful son, why, then-but Mr. Ridley was speaking, and I broke off my own speculations to listen to him.
- Gail While Gail introduced her cousin a little more thoroughly, Joy gave her a furtive, but still more thorough, inspection.
- Gains The cruel story gains in effect of cruelty from the quaint, childlike telling.
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