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Correct spelling for HYUNDIA
We think the word hyundia 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 hyundia
"my hind legs are stout and strong, but my front ones are rather weak.
And it ain't no braggin' to say i'm a handier gent with my guns than any of you.
In this extremity i remembered the promise made to me by the great merchant of zanzibar-tarya topan-a mohammedan hindi-that he would furnish me with a letter to a young man named soor hadji palloo, who was said to be the best man in bagamoyo to procure a supply of pagazis.
It is a turn of the hand that makes all the difference."
I had brought him in the stick and cap so they'd be handy in case eric wished to give them to lars; but he had no such thought."
And cherami ran out into the road, leaving the ladies and the servant to hunt the rabbits.
In the year 1744, on the great eruption of the volcano of cotopaxi, subterranean noises, resembling the discharge of cannon, were heard in honda, on the magdalena river.
The quiet haven in the shadow of the guardian hills looks an ideal haunt of peace.
It was not a lion, nor a leopard, nor a hyena, nor yet a jackal.
Even his tawny skin was swallowed by these ravenous creatures, and many of the bones broken by the strong jaws of the hyenas.
A missionary to india once sought the aid of a hindu to translate the hymn into one of the numerous dialects of india.
I see a Buddist and a Hindu I see a Catholic and I see you– We're All God's Children by Alan Jackson
He would have gone down by the next train to "horsewhip the hound within an inch of his life," but the cur had taken refuge in lakenhall infirmary, "with very little the matter with him," in sidney's words.
He make the river call your lover He make the barking of the hound Put a shadow 'cross the window When the old man comes around.– The Old Man Down The Road by John Fogerty