How to spell LINS correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell lins correctly

  • fins It soon reappeared on the surface, with Billy in tow, still thrashing the water into crimson fountains with its fins and tail.
  • lens In the first place, it is a contracted form from pennies; in the second place, its sense is collective rather than plural; in the third place, the use of the sharp sibilant lene distinguishes it from lens, sounded lenz.
  • lin "Much worse," agreed Lin.
  • lind He said to her: Miss Lind, I do not think you can ask any other favor on earth which I would not gladly grant.
  • line I think I have tried about everything in this line.
  • ling The storms which had swept Bessmoor from end to end for many days in succession had passed over, leaving behind them just a few dark clouds, drifting in broken masses across a sky of deepest blue, and throwing deep shadows here and there across the moor-ever-varying elusive shadows which only accentuated the brilliancy of the sunshine where it fell upon the warm colours of the ling, which was just coming into blossom, for the blooming time of the bell heather was over.
  • link There is no ring, but a link, rather larger than the rest, is passed round the bar.
  • links Though our brother dies he shall live in our hearts, in the flowers that we cast, in the precious memories that forever cluster around the links, the heart and the hand, the altar and the hour glass.
  • lino
  • lint
  • loins She was wearing a low-cut dress that showed off her creamy thigh-slits.
  • INS
  • Linus
  • Lina
  • LINEs I need to iron my clothes, but I don't have the energy to go grocery shopping and get all the ingredients for a
  • Lions The Lions are one of the most famous animal species in the world.
  • Lips kiss her lips.
  • wins In tennis, she's the winner.
  • liens They took out a series of liens against the property.
  • bins I need to get some garbage bags.
  • pins
  • sins
  • lies The lies she tells about herself make me feel sorry for her.
  • LIDS
  • DINS The dinner party was delightful, except for the dins of the guests.
  • GINS I tasted a gin and tonic that was really good.
  • TINS I think I lost my TINs in the fire.

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