Correct spelling for TIN

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Possible correct spellings for tin

  • bin What should I a bin, an I ad had your settins out?
  • din Ralph was watching the flushing cheek and quivering lip of his young sister, and at this point flung down the book with which he had been idly playing, with an impatient exclamation: "It strikes me, father, that you are making a tremendous din about a little matter.
  • fin Pepys and my Coz: Snow, and my brother Tom, upon a fin of ling and some sounds, neither of which did I ever know before, but most excellent meat they are both, that in all my life I never eat the like fish.
  • gin I'll have a magnificent suite, with bowls of fruit and gin pahits, not to mention two or three silken girls with skin like rich cream bringing me towels in the shower....
  • in Come in,' he told me.
  • kin He is no kin to her."
  • lin The novel toast of the "President of the Chinese Republic" was replied to, in excellent English, by the Chinese Minister, Yew Luk Lin, next to one of whose two agreeable daughters I was seated: they were all three in Western garb.
  • min Anyway, everything went to Min's child-to Min as ye might say.
  • pin You will pin us down, I see.
  • sin "Then I heard a voice, oh yes, as plain as you are hearing me, 'The blood of Jesus Christ, His Son, cleanseth us from all sin.
  • tan A curious pallor had crept into his face from underneath the healthy tan of his complexion.
  • ten Be pleasant every morning until ten o'clock, and the rest of the day will take care of itself.
  • thin He was married to a very pretty woman, but had not yet had a child by her because she was too thin for his taste.
  • ti "'One more struck Marti in the left upper chest.
  • tia " Tia," she pursued, "he is well off-my father?"
  • tic He laughed, and went to the entrance to tic back the door-flap, which was whipping and snapping in the breeze.
  • tie Leave go of my neck-tie."
  • tin Martin did not at once reply to these words.
  • tine At the same tine she had sent an envoy to the Grand Commander, counselling, conciliatory measures; and promising to send a special mission to Spain with the offer of her mediation, but it was suspected by those most in the confidence of the Spanish government at Brussels, that there was a great deal of deception in these proceedings.
  • ting In the article in the Century on the battle of the Yalu, he had said: "Chief among those who have died for their country is Admiral Ting Ju Chang, a gallant soldier and true gentleman.
  • tint The whole scene resembled a thick woolen carpet, whose green surface was embroidered with white and yellow spots, or one of the baskets young maidens bear on their heads at the feast of Demeter, and in which, piled high above the edge, light and dark-hued fruit gleams forth from leaves of every tint.
  • tiny Yet the kiss had in it a tiny heart of fire, fierce enough to make her wonder, when he had left her, whether, after all....
  • tip An' Owen, we've got to be tip top, jes' 's if she was watchin' us all the time.
  • tn 78. Of twenty yeer of elde, of twenty years of age; so in MSS. F., Tn., and Harl.
  • ton But an even worse disaster than this was to befall the great twelve-thousand-ton cruiser.
  • tun On these occasions the sound produced resembled the hollow booming of an empty tun when struck with a wooden mallet or a muffled sledge.
  • twin My mother counted her rosary; my uncle sank into a revery; my twin brother pinched my leg under the table, to which I replied by a silent kick; and my youngest fixed his large, dark, speaking eyes upon a picture of the Holy Family, which hung opposite to him.
  • win He knew how to win the friendship of people.
  • Til So it was that old Til might well have quailed in her tattered sandals had she but even vaguely guessed the thoughts which passed in De Vac's mind; but the extra gold pieces he dropped into her withered palm as she delivered the bundle to him, together with the promise of more, quite effectually won her loyalty and her silence for the time being.
  • Yin Mother-goddesses are found all over China and they have all of them been influenced by Kuan Yin.
  • Tina Tina, with all the remembrances of the morning thick upon her, felt her cheeks becoming more and more crimson, and at last said impatiently, 'I wish you would go away.
  • Tim Before this point had arrived, however, Whitewing and Little Tim were galloping to the rescue.
  • TINS Butter small tins, nearly fill them with the mixture, and bake the cakes in a moderate oven.

2 words made from the letters tin

3 letter words made from tin:

tin, nit.

Misspelling of the day

Difinetly

  • defiantly
  • definitely
  • diffidently
  • divinely
  • divinity
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