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Correct spelling for MADENS
We think the word madens 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 madens
- Madness(Definition of madness)
- Dens(Definition of DENS)
- Maiden(Definition of maiden)
- Manes(Definition of Manes)
- Madden(Definition of madden)
- Matins(Definition of matins)
Oh, all this opera madness is owing to the success of jacques!
It is dishonor that maddens me, for your sake.
Local branches were dens, each headed by a grand cyclops.
It vas goot, ja, and hart to leaf ze groob; but ze sheeps cannot wait, my mans; zo doomble oop dere!
At the words, the poor little maiden grew pale.
He was buried on the top of agamenticus, maine, where his manes were pacified with offerings of three thousand slain animals, and where his tombstone stood for a century after, bearing the legend, "present, useful; absent, wanted; living, desired; dying, lamented."
The klutz file", "captain klutz's agendum for secret messages" and "crimefighters corner" uncredited "the major catastrophe" written by don edwing additional writers: john gibbons, norma martin, and dick debartolo mads don martin sails ahead (1986) "klutzenstein" written by don edwing
I know not how highly you may prize your niece, mr. van beverout; but were i the uncle of such a woman, the idea that she had become the infatuated victim of the arts of yon reckless villain, would madden me!
"crowds of bees are giddy with clover, crowds of grasshoppers skip at our feet, crowds of larks at their matins hang over, thanking the lord for a life so sweet.
Did he think the art of crossing a country was known only to the maidens of fernshire?