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How to spell SINDS correctly?

If you've misspelled "sinds", here are some correct alternatives: "since", "sends" or "sands". All these words have completely different meanings and uses, so it's essential to ensure the correct spelling based on the context. Remember to proofread to avoid such spelling errors in the future!

List of suggestions on how to spell sinds correctly

  • binds
  • finds She always finds the silver lining in every situation.
  • hinds
  • indus
  • kinds Many kinds of candy are sold at the store.
  • minds Our minds are constantly processing and interpreting incoming information from our environment.
  • rinds A banana has peelings and rinds.
  • Saints The New Orleans Saints won their first Super Bowl in 2010.
  • sand I love walking barefoot on warm sand at the beach.
  • sands The warm sands of the beach felt good under my feet.
  • seines The fisherman cast his seines into the river to catch some fish.
  • sends She sends an email to her boss every morning.
  • sides
  • sids "SIDS, or sudden infant death syndrome, is a tragic and unexplained occurrence that affects numerous families every year.
  • signs You can't always trust signs, they can be misleading.
  • SINEs
  • SINEWS He flexed his sinews in preparation for the heavy lifting ahead.
  • singes
  • sings My mom sings in the choir.
  • sinks Cabin water crews sometimes use scoops to dump the waste water out of the sinks.
  • sins As a devout Christian, she believed it was her duty to confess her sins to a priest at least once a month.
  • sinus My grandmother was diagnosed with a sinus infection and was prescribed antibiotics.
  • skids I left my skids on the driveway.
  • SODS The bottle of SODS was almost empty.
  • Sons There are two sons in the family.
  • sounds The sounds of the birds singing outside my window were so peaceful.
  • spends
  • stands The stands are for the baseball game.
  • stings
  • stints I have been on several brief stints over the years.
  • suds The wet cement was holding up the plastic sheeting, but it was pushing up the stubborn suds.
  • SUNS The Suns won their game last night.
  • winds The strong winds knocked down the trees in the neighborhood.

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  • brassy
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