Correct spelling for TINE

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Possible correct spellings for tine

  • Cine
  • Ernest edgar 'ernie blake (1879–1961) was a pioneering exhibitor of motion pictures, chairman of kodak uk and responsible for all kodak cine film sales in britain, europe and most of the british empire for over twenty years.

  • Vine
  • It was a rocky shore, and down by the sea sat a beautiful youth with a panther skin over his shoulder, with vine leaves in his hair, with thyrsus in his hand.

  • Kine
  • Along the road in the white moonlight they stamped as wantonly as any herd of kine; youths and maids with arms about each other, and all with faces flushed with ale-drinking, and the maids with tossing hair and draggled coats, and all the fresh garlands withered or scattered.

  • Tint
  • Meanwhile the imperial sun rode majestically downwards to the edge of the horizon,-and the sky blushed into the pale tint of a wild rose, that deepened softly and steadily with an ever-increasing fiery brilliance as the minutes glided noiselessly on to the enchanted midnight hour.

  • Stine
  • Before launching the goosebumps series, stine authored three humorous science fiction books in the space cadets series titled jerks in training, bozos on patrol, and losers in space.

  • Tire
  • "oh, i don't think she'll tire my wife.

  • Fine
  • It's a fine night, though."

  • Time
  • You must have time to think it over."

  • Dine
  • I wanted him to dine with us.

  • Twine
  • I was counted a braw lass myself in me day, and one that could twine a lad round my thumb as fine as any, but i couldna have done thon, miss una."

  • Line
  • Isabel's lips had a little line of white about them.

    and the swing of the unbought brine -- We'll make no sport in an English court till we come as a ship o' the Line:

    – The Rhyme Of The Three Captains by Rudyard Kipling
  • Tinge
  • She rose and advanced eagerly, with a faint tinge of color in her cheeks.

  • Thine
  • So the tablet told them nothing; and as, moreover, they distinguished less carefully between mine and thine, one trampled the turf and another snatched from the boughs a flower or fruit.

  • Tone
  • They call it a "subdued tone."

  • Tine
  • Their names were dorine and christine; but the younger generations called them auntie rine and auntie tine:

  • Tin
  • "an' the visitashun no further away than to-morra at tin a.

  • Tile
  • I have no doubt that in this instance tile would have been better and cheaper than the small stone drains that i have described.

  • Tide
  • The tide was turning-perhaps a storm was on the way-and we were miles, dreadful miles from dry land.

  • Ting
  • Through the darkening sky swept a rosy pencil of living light; that utterly strange, pure beam whose coming never fails to clutch the throat of the beholder with the hand of ecstasy, the ray which the tibetans name the ting-pa.

  • Wine
  • Where is it, that wine?

  • Tins
  • They are tough, i hear, and my knife is sharpest at the back since opening sardines and other tins, all rather small."

  • Tiny
  • And how tiny the children looked!

  • Tina
  • Then all the other children went away, and tina and johnnie sat down and cried.

  • Zine
  • pagan hel, indicating in a four star review by ram zine, describes, "broken flesh sure know how to engage with their skilled savagery, even if it does hold a (slight) christian message.

  • Taine
  • Shortly after the termination of the great franco-german conflict, m. taine suggested in the temps that subscribers to the better sort of journals might do a good deal for the enlightenment of the humbler classes by merely lending their newspapers in their neighborhood.

  • Tines
  • All my life it had rained bad luck-pitchforks, tines down.

  • Tune
  • He moved, and hummed a tune to break the silence; he got up and walked up and down, lest it should again master him.

  • Mine
  • How did you think mine looked?

    But, Lord, remember me an' mine Wi' mercies temporal and divine,

    – Holy Willie's Prayer by Robert Burns
  • Sine
  • Employment or help from the government was almost a sine qua non for the production of works which required time and research.

  • Nine
  • And time went by, nine o'clock came, and then ten o'clock.

    I got penthouse property on cloud nine. I got the sun jealous, 'cause the way I shine.

    – Champagne Life by ne-yo
  • Pine
  • The work will be different; those western forests are all pine.

    I picked my pine My stink is mine

    – Pine by ruby
  • Tie
  • You then tie your clothes in a bundle, and they give you a nightshirt.

8 words made from the letters tine

3 letter words made from tine:

net, tin, nit, ten, tie, ent.

4 letter words made from tine: