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Correct spelling for RINT

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Possible correct spellings for rint

  • Rant(Definition of rant)
  • Addison was only continuing the success of rowe's "tamerlane," reducing its rant to a more reasonable pattern.

  • Hint(Definition of hint)
  • I'll give you a hint.

  • Runt(Definition of runt)
  • Jimmie dale, as larry the bat-a euphonious "monaker" bestowed possibly because this particular world knew him only by night-began a search for the runt.

  • Mint(Definition of mint)
  • Harkness was proprietor of a mint; that is to say, a popular patent medicine.

  • Rift(Definition of rift)
  • He had walked to a long slope of wave-worn fragments of rock as he spoke, forming a steep ascent that ran up into a rift in the great cliff; and he drew dick's attention to the fact that what seemed like a level place a hundred feet above was so situated that anything thrown down would have fallen in the niche or combe of the cliff just beyond them.

  • Print(Definition of print)
  • A thousand words leave not the same deep print as does a single deed.

  • Ain't
  • I reckon that ain't news?

  • Dint(Definition of dint)
  • But by dint of watching nellie, doing just what she did, and refusing just what she refused, i managed to get through with it tolerably well.

  • Tint(Definition of tint)
  • He did not realize the condition of the atmosphere, however, and proceeded on his way, thinking more of the person he had just perceived issuing from the door-way of professor darling's lofty mansion, than of the low mutterings of distant thunder that now and then disturbed the silence of the woods, or of the ominous, brazen tint which was slowly settling over the huge bank of cloud that filled the northern sky.

  • Rind(Definition of rind)
  • A rind of pork bound upon a wound occasioned by a needle, pin, or nail, prevents the lock-jaw.

  • Rent(Definition of rent)
  • Then mordecai rent his clothes in sign of mourning, and went out into the streets of the city clothed in sack-cloth uttering a loud and bitter cry.

  • Rink(Definition of rink)
  • There were about fifty boys in carleton and winterby, and they all patronized the rink freely.

  • Riot(Definition of riot)
  • This struck me as unreason run riot, and ever since then i have wished the spaniards would go a step farther and make cow-fights the national pastime.

  • Lint(Definition of lint)
  • Drifting across the pond as gently as the gray half-light fell a shower of lint from the willow catkins.

  • Ring(Definition of ring)
  • Then, very softly he shifted his position, and found with his fingers the ring that lifted the trap-door above the stairs.

  • Int
  • Can. midmedial canal of hypotarsus obt. ext. m. obturator externus obt. int. m. obturator internus p. ant. pars anticus p. ext. pars externa p. int. pars interna p. med. pars media p. post.

  • Pint(Definition of pint)
  • A quarter of a pound of fresh butter, or a pint of cream.

4 words made from the letters rint

3 letter words made from rint:

tri, rit, nit, tin.
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