Correct spelling for GINAT

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  • cant In the retrospect, the elements in him that had disturbed her were less disquieting, his intellectual fascination was enhanced: and in that very emancipation from cant and convention, characteristic of the Order to which he belonged, had lain much of his charm.
  • gaunt The return from war to peace is always hard; and now these gaunt warriors came back to a little France that perforce discharged them or placed them on half-pay.
  • genet This scheme had been the subject of a correspondence between the executive and Mr. Genet, but was in full progress in the preceding December, when by the vigilance of the legislature of South Carolina, it was more particularly developed, and some of the principal agents were arrested.
  • gent "He don't look like a book-learned gent," said Hugh Manners with more respect in his voice.
  • ghat Barrackpore Ferry Ghat links to Jugal Adhya Ferry Ghat across the Hooghly in Serampore.
  • ghent You understand the mystic fascination of the road under your windows, going south-east from Ghent to Brussels, somewhere towards Waterloo.
  • giant The giant in him loved her warmly.
  • gin The tiffen wuz gin by a high official; there wuz fifty guests.
  • girt O, welcome, pure-eyed Faith, white-handed Hope, Thou hovering angel girt with golden wings, And thou unblemished form of Chastity!
  • glint The position of the gun was known by the glint of the sun as it played upon the burnished metal.
  • gnat A little fly or gnat, attracted by the bright jewels, alights on a leaf only to find that the clear drops, more sticky than honey, instantly glue his feet, that the pretty reddish hairs about him act like tentacles, reaching inward, to imprison him within their slowly closing embrace.
  • goat Among the crags of the upper slope are found only a few specimens of the wild goat and sheep, and, lower down, the fox, wolf, and lynx.
  • gonad Thyroid – gonad and thyroid – body weight relationship in the red-vented bulbul, Molpastes cafer".
  • grant Dear Lord Jesus Christ, grant this unto us all!
  • junta We told them that we had come out of our homes at the orders of the Junta, but that as the Junta had not supplied us with arms we had come for them, as we were not going to fight the French with nothing but sticks.
  • kant He had read Kant and Moritz and Burke, and was ready with his criticisms.
  • kinda Ain't yuh getting tired feelings kinda unseasonable in the day?
  • quint That is the sequence as far as your friend, Captain Quint.
  • Can't The trouble is, I can't tell which it is.
  • Gena Wayne Newton (born 1942), distant Welsh ancestry Leslie Nielsen (1926–2010), actor, Welsh mother The Osmonds, including Donny Osmond (born 1957), half of the brother-sister singing act Donny & Marie; of part Welsh descent, traced their ancestry back to Merthyr Tydfil Karyn Parsons (born 1966), actress, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Welsh descent on fathers side Michelle Pfeiffer (born 1958), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Justin Pierce (1975–2000), English-born actor of Welsh descent; former husband of Gina Rizzo Chris Pine (born 1980), actor, distant Welsh ancestry Shawn Pyfrom (born 1986), actor, paternal grandfather is of Welsh ancestry Kim Richards (born 1964), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Kyle Richards (born 1969), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Monica Richards, author and musician Jason Robards (1922–2000), actor, distant Welsh ancestry Eric Roberts (born 1956), actor, distant Welsh ancestry Julia Roberts (born 1967), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Coco Rocha (born 1988), Canadian model of Welsh, Irish, and Russian descent Gena Rowlands (born 1930), actress, father was of Welsh descent Susan Sarandon (born 1946), Oscar-winning actress, distant Welsh ancestry Brooke Shields (born 1965), actress and model, distant Welsh ancestry Esperanza Spalding (born 1984), singer/songwriter, distant Welsh ancestry Tiffani Thiessen (born 1974), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Henry Thomas (born 1971), actor, distant Welsh ancestry Lynda Thomas (born 1981), musician, singer-songwriter Scott Walker (born 1943), singer, distant Welsh ancestry Tuc Watkins (born 1966), actor Betty White (born 1922), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Michelle Williams (born 1980), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Robin Williams (1951–2014), actor, distant Welsh ancestry Vanessa Williams (born 1963), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Cassandra Wilson (born 1955), née Cassandra Fowlkes, jazz vocalist; distant Welsh ancestry through her father Patrick Wilson (born 1973), actor, distant Welsh ancestry Literature Sinclair Lewis (1885–1951), novelist/playwright Jack London (1876–1916), author Edgar Lee Masters (1868–1950), poet/biographer/dramatist Lorin Morgan-Richards (1975), author and illustrator Ogden Nash (1902–1971), wrote clever humorous poetry Politics John Adams (1735–1826), President of the United States, Vice President of the United States; traced his ancestry to Pembroke, Pembrokeshire and to Penybanc Farm at Llanboidy, Carmarthenshire John Quincy Adams (1767–1848), President of the United States, Secretary of State John Henry Bowen (1780–1822), U.
  • Git Git your knife riddy."
  • Nat But in answer Nat squeezed her hand so hard she knew he meant for her to keep quiet.
  • Gino "Every work of it is as true as if the devil himself had done the office for me, girl," muttered Gino, uncasing himself from his flowery vestment, and as rapidly assuming the plainer garment he had sought-"The cap, Annina, and the mask!"
  • Gina Gina Conway, played by Kay Purcell, is a careworker at Elm Tree House in Tracy Beaker Returns and the first series of The Dumping Ground.
  • INT Certain pointer operations may result in undefined behavior: int arr = {0, 1, 2, 3}; int *p = arr + 5; // undefined behavior for indexing out of bounds p = 0; int a = *p; // undefined behavior for dereferencing a null pointer In C and C++, the comparison of pointers to objects is only strictly defined if the pointers point to members of the same object, or elements of the same array.
  • GIANTS Did a woman buy the Giants?
  • joint There was soon gathered about the ship a bevy of naked colored boys, a score or more, jabbering like a lot of monkeys, some in canoes of home construction, it would seem, consisting of a sugar box sawed in two parts, or a few small planks nailed together, forming more of a tub than a boat, and leaking at every joint.

36 words made from the letters ginat

4 letter words made from ginat:

3 letter words made from ginat:

ani, nag, gat, tai, ain, gin, tin, iga, tia, tag, nit, tan, ant, nig.

5 letter words made from ginat:

tinag, ngati, ating, taing, ignat, tiang, gaint, tinga, giant, tangi.

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Difinetly

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