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Correct spelling for MANTAINING
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Possible correct spellings for mantaining
- Intoning(Definition of Intoning)
- Maddening(Definition of maddening)
- Maintained(Definition of maintained)
- Mantling(Definition of Mantling)
- Wantoning(Definition of Wantoning)
- Maintain(Definition of maintain)
- Maintainer(Definition of maintainer)
Ibrahim the mullah, a little in front of the rest: led the devotions, intoning each strophe in a nasal, droning key, the others ranged behind him in rows, now kneeling, now rising, responded somewhat after the manner of the recital of a litany, but perhaps, to an outside observer, the absolute and wholehearted devoutness of their demeanour would have constituted the strangest part of it. not a shadow of compunction had they for the hideous act of barbarity in which they had a moment ago indulged, and which they would almost certainly repeat.
Oh, you are maddening!
Will the progress of the last forty or the last ninety years be maintained?
Breakfast followed prayers, after which he left immediately for the institute, his classes opening at eight o'clock and continuing to eleven.
The river at the camp was about 700 yards wide, with fine waterholes in it, containing plenty of fish.
It left me with this house in paradise, and with means to maintain it and still have a few thousand francs to give every year.