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How to spell KINET correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell kinet correctly

  • Ain't
  • dint He made a dint in the car's door when he accidentally hit it with his elbow.
  • genet The genet is a small carnivorous mammal native to Africa and the Mediterranean.
  • hint He gave me a hint about where to find the missing key.
  • inert The rock was inert, unable to move or react to its surroundings.
  • INT
  • Janet I don't think Janet will like the new dress I'm getting.
  • Kane I'm going to take Kane to the pet store.
  • kant In 1770, Immanuel Kant wrote "The Critique of Pure Reason.
  • kent
  • kidney
  • kilt My new kilt is so comfy I might never take it off.
  • kin I feel an instant connection with my kin, even if I haven't seen them in a while.
  • kind I'm glad you're thinking of me as a kind person.
  • kinda I'm kinda tired today, let's take it slow.
  • kinder
  • kinds Many interesting kinds of flowers can be found in the garden.
  • kine I have a kine of hamsters.
  • kinect
  • kinetic We saw the kinetic sculpture in the courtyard.
  • king The king is not popular with the people.
  • kink People who are into kink are into weird and extreme activities.
  • Kinked One of the wires was kinked.
  • Kinney Harris Kinney is the CEO of Kinney National Bank.
  • kinsey In an effort to improve sexual knowledge, the Kinsey Institute was founded by Alfred Kinsey.
  • kit I have a present for you - it's a kit!
  • kite I often fly my kite in the backyard.
  • knit She knit a shawl for her grandmother.
  • knot I tied a knot in the rope to secure the package.
  • linnet Linnet sang a melancholy tune.
  • lint After laundry, I always check that there is no lint left on my clothes.
  • mint
  • minuet She played the minuet from Ella Fitzgerald with grace and precision.
  • net I couldn't get on the net because my computer was too slow.
  • ninety Tom scored ninety points in the basketball game.
  • pint
  • signet The signet ring was passed down for generations as a family heirloom.
  • skint I'm going to the store, but I'll only be able to buy some milk and bread, I'm so skint
  • tint The car needs a new coat of tint.

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