Correct spelling for MOVIN

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Possible correct spellings for movin

  • Motion
  • For a full moment there was neither speech nor motion.

  • Mover
  • Since you are the prime mover in this matter, your arrival is even more opportune than i at first thought, because you have the power to immediately correct your hired man's mistake.

  • Moan
  • A slight moan from nance aroused him.

  • Min
  • There was a strong wind and the pace was pretty hot, even for the best of us, namely, the cambridge first string, who had won the race the year before in 4 min.

  • Marvin
  • Annie saw colonel marvin and jack wilmington.

  • Mooing
  • With many protestations, winnie, really very much scared, followed the others' lead, and got along quite successfully till within a foot of the brink; then the sudden mooing of a cow on the bank startled her, and so upset her equilibrium that she splashed into the water, wetting one leg thoroughly.

  • Moon
  • "because they are all moon-struck," she answered.

  • Molina
  • It is enough for me to say that the molinists were so called because they adopted the views expounded by, the pere molina in a book he wrote against the doctrines of st. augustine and of the church of rome, upon the subject of spiritual grace.

  • Moving
  • This showed that some one was up and moving.

  • Mon
  • Oh, mon ami, that "artistic temperament."

  • Maven
  • Club gave the episode a c+, stating "but 'caper chase is just all over the place, with burns’ return to yale spurring him to open a for-profit, trump-style university like those of fellow nuclear plant maven bourbon verlander (guest voice jason alexander).

  • Morn
  • Private and publick prayer, sermons, and psalm-singing from morn until nighte.

  • Mowing
  • The hay carrier runs on a circular track around the mow, midway between the silo and the outside wall, and drops the hay at any desired point, thus in no case does the hay have to be moved but a few feet, which means a saving of much labor in the mowing.

  • Loving
  • I am not afraid of not loving her.

  • Melvin
  • Mr. melvin and i are great friends.

  • Move
  • Let's get a move on."

  • Roving
  • Prairie which had lain untouched since the creation save for buffalo and roving bands of indians, its brown grass scorched and crackling from the sun.

  • Main
  • Yes; you'll probably find me on main street, though you can look in at wiegard's on the way.

  • Moping
  • It had showed her the stupidity of moping.

  • Mourn
  • He never ceased to mourn for his dead mistress; especially in the presence of the man.

  • Movie
  • We don't even back new movie concerns."

  • Muffin
  • Bake twenty-five minutes in muffin-tins.

  • Morin
  • However, at this moment sophie came to tell her master that m. theophile morin had called with another gentleman.

  • Movies
  • It never entered her dear head that mother morrison might not wish brother and sister to go to the movies at night.

  • Jovian
  • There was a sudden wrenching and tearing of cloth, then a great jovian sized laugh, the door burst open and a huge figure stepped out into the hall where esther stood laughing hard.

  • Mervin
  • ↑ david mervin, "henry cabot lodge and the league of nations.

  • Oven
  • "i did think it would be so, and i had that good hoffstott to send us a nice little tin kitchen that i now have hidden away in the warm oven; and see!

  • Bovine
  • Crowley loafed diligently at the vose-mern offices when he was not out on duty; there was no knowing when he might be able to turn a trick for the good of the concern by being on hand, he told himself, and for one of his bovine nature all waiting around was easy and all stalls were alike.

10 words made from the letters movin

3 letter words made from movin:

ion, min, imo, nim, nov, mon, vim.

4 letter words made from movin: