How to spell MENUT correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell menut correctly

  • manet Manet then recommenced the experience of 1867, and opened his studio to the public.
  • manta Just as Black Manta is about to impale his son with one of his blades, Mera arrives with Aquagirl, who saves Jackson by kicking his father square in the face.
  • meat Thet accounts fer his feedin' on dead meat."
  • meet "I'm proud to meet you.
  • men The men must remain as hostages for his own return, and for his faith.
  • mend At last he was pronounced upon the mend-and then convalescent.
  • menotti Menotti and Ricciotti were always with their troops, perhaps from jealousy of Bordone, perhaps because they had enough to do licking their raw levies into some manner of fighting shape.
  • mentor But as each of us minded his own business, our friendship was constant, and I desired no mentor.
  • menu And he has no mother to whom we can send him, if he attempts to add his pistol to our luncheon menu.
  • mint Strong vegetable-marrows twined their branches and their many tendrils round the table legs and the chairs; great turnips stoutened and burst upon the stairs; spring onions bristled in the corners of the Lord Mayor's dining-hall, while his grand piano was completely hidden in the gorgeous festoons of mint that, unchecked, had run a ragged riot about the place.
  • minuet
  • minuit
  • minute
  • monet She loved spending time at the park, where she found peace and happiness in the company of her loyal dog, Monet.
  • monte I am going to the mountains to hike.
  • mount I climbed up the mountain to get the flag.
  • nut
  • Meant Yes, yes; that's what I meant.
  • Met Then he met the Rev.
  • Mont After hiking Mont Blanc, I felt accomplished.
  • Monty
  • Minty She's a little minty in the morning.
  • menus The following charts, tables of nutritive values and suggested menus have been arranged to help her do this work.
  • NEUT
  • minuter I cannot believe how tedious this meeting is becoming; it's like we're talking to a minuter
  • Minot Mrs. Minot had talked a good deal with some very superior persons, and received light upon various subjects which had much interested or perplexed her. While the ladies worked or walked together, they naturally spoke oftenest and most earnestly about their children, and each contributed her experience.
  • mayn't If I foller afoot I mayn't be up in time.

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