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Possible correct spellings for takin
- akin The sight of this money coming from such a source brought to Dodo a sudden horror akin to the smarting shame she had experienced at Brennon's insulting advances.
- cain Nay, driven as if I were another Cain, from the face of every spot of earth that ever had been or would be dear to me!
- catkin They are principally Raceme, Corymb, Umbel, Spike, Head, Spadix, Catkin, and Panicle.
- gain He won't gain anything by his impertinence.
- jain The Jain Bants avoid taking food after sunset.
- kin I care not for lip-kindness from my kin.
- tacking Therefore, since I found we always came too high or too low, and it was very dangerous to touch at them from the outside owing to the high swells and foul bottom, I resolved to keep tacking off the outermost shoal.
- take "Yes, yes," he cried, "you must take it!
- taken "I did not give the Admiral any more aconitine after I had taken over the case.
- taking That kind Mrs. Townley was taking G. and asked Boggley if I might go.
- takings For instance: "When we consider that the takings of the Continent from Lancashire are not piece goods, but yarns, why cannot we in the South make these yarns for the Continent ourselves and save to ourselves the profit of conversion now enjoyed by the English buyer of the raw material?
- talking You don't know what you're talking about!
- tan There were the two watchmen, sure enough; Red-cap on his back, as stiff as a handspike, with his arms stretched out like those of a crucifix, and his teeth showing through his open lips; Israel Hands propped against the bulwarks, his chin on his chest, his hands lying open before him on the deck, his face as white, under its tan, as a tallow candle.
- tarn The dark tarn of Auber in the misty mid region of Weir!
- taxing This, I felt, would be inadmissible; for, unless we were prepared to bear our share of the burdens, we had no right to sit in the taxing Assembly of the United Kingdom.
- ticking A little French clock, a masterpiece of workmanship, was ticking gayly upon the mantelpiece.
- tin Then it's tin you're after, and it won't pay for getting.
- token You must look upon them as a little token of friendship."
- train "It was the Southampton train, sir.
- twain Nay, not so, said the knight; it is fairer, said the knight, that we twain run more together with sharp spears.
- Tagging What did she expect to gain tagging us through the woods that way half a mile to the rear?
- Tasking The commander within a unified command, subordinate unified command, or joint task force responsible to the establishing commander for making recommendations on the proper employment of assigned, attached, and/or made available for tasking air forces; planning and coordinating air operations; or accomplishing such operational missions as may be assigned.
- Tucking And tucking the loose skirts of his fur coat in under his knees, he turned the horse and rode away from the sledge in the direction in which he thought the forest and the forester's hut must be.
- Staking When fruit at the lowest cost a bushel is the desideratum, neither pruning nor staking is desirable.
- Taine Taine, by temperament intensely anti-national, ridiculed it as he ridiculed the mysteries of the Faith; but with this consequence, that his denial made it impossible for him to write the history of his country, and compelled him throughout his work, but especially in his history of the Revolution, to perpetual, and at last to somewhat crude, forms of falsehood.
- tanking Aerial refueling, also referred to as air refueling, in-flight refueling (IFR), air-to-air refueling (AAR), and tanking, is the process of transferring aviation fuel from one military aircraft (the tanker) to another (the receiver) during flight.
- airish It will be bad for Chough if he is at all airish or scholastic, or individual in his opinions, for between a senior pastor's wife and his young assistant there is an hereditary distrust; conceit has no show at all in a young itinerant.
- closed-circuit This is a highly efficient form of closed-circuit magnet, since the magnetic circuit is of low reluctance.
- six-inch The size, No. 3, of this machine, such as we then saw in operation, and which is suitable for common use, costs at Bedford $88.50, with one set of dies; and the extra dies, for making three, four, and six-inch pipes, and other forms, if desired, with the horses, as they are called, for removing the tiles, cost about five dollars each.
31 words made from the letters takin
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