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Correct spelling for KINDOVE
We think the word kindove 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 kindove
- Condone(Definition of condone)
- Kindle(Definition of kindle)
- Condole(Definition of condole)
- Kind(Definition of kind)
- Kingdom(Definition of kingdom)
- Endive(Definition of endive)
- Kindly(Definition of kindly)
I see too clearly in myself the miserable disposition to shirk work and care, and responsibility, to condone the same in nations.
So intent was her gaze that one might think it would "kindle a soul under the ribs of death."
The topmost storey buncombe assigned to relatives of his own-a middle-aged woman, mrs. handover, with a sickly grownup son, who took some part in the truss business.
He shifted to a kindlier tone.
Mr. ransom, i condole with you upon your loss.
Course you'll do nothin' o' the kind.
Yea, a trooper of the forces who has run his own six horses, And faith he went the pace and went it blind, And the world was more than kin while he held the ready tin, But to-day the Sergeant's something less than kind.– Gentlemen-Rankers by Rudyard Kipling
What kinda pilot are you, for gosh sake?
They could not help remembering all they knew about other kinds of sugar.
How dare you come into my kingdom walking upright?
No kinder or wiser friend have i ever had.
Boil and skim them, put in some mace, a bunch of sweet herbs, some white endive, marigold flowers, and salt.
The woman's voice was full of kindly sorrow.