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Correct spelling for MEANE
We think the word meane 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 meane
M. du maine was extremely lame; this was caused, it was said, by a fall he had from his nurse's arms.
When the train came along, i got aboard and walked through till i found my man and down i sat right opposite to him.
Gambetta made many eloquent speeches, and issued fiery manifestoes to the soldiers; but speeches and manifestoes do not win battles.
The two great decisive reverses suffered by that wretched emperor of the blood-stained hands were, everyone knows, the retreat from the marne and then that check in belgium, in the face of a very small handful of sailors of superhuman tenacity.
From the fringe of trees just back of the knoll, not a hundred yards from where mackelvey and dart stood, a great red bay horse shot from the thick shadows into the bright sunlight, floating mane and tall spun silk that flashed out like shimmering gold.
What was oxford doing when florence, venice, and rome were striving towards no meaner goal than perfection?
Om mani padme hum, the sunrise comes!
In the mean time there was nothing to do, nothing to see.
General meade and all his staff looked at me with anger.
When marlowe mann came to the northwest he found the indian tribes unquiet and suspicious of the new settlements.