How to spell VINAY correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell vinay correctly

  • nay "When I was a boy-" "Nay, nay, Master Mort'n, take that back again.
  • nina Nina eyed him suspiciously; at last she was satisfied that he spoke the truth, but there was still that cold, abstracted manner of his to be explained.
  • tiny We had only gone on a little way when we arrived at a tiny house built apparently of red flowers; and there was a red light coming out of the one little window.
  • vain At the same time they were both watching the waters of the lake not far away, but their watching was vain, for when an hour had passed no signs of the captain had been seen.
  • vainly Against the exclusion of Turkey from the negotiations at Amiens, Great Britain firmly but vainly protested.
  • van By Marie Van Vorst.
  • vane A day or two after December 15 the ministers and the court held a meeting at which very hot words passed between Governor Vane and Rev.
  • vein "But you discovered the vein," said Mr Temple.
  • venal In quoting the strong points, a venal press was constrained to "scatter the living coals of truth."
  • venn She loved fishing, but she never caught a single fish.
  • vial
  • viand I'm going to need some viand for my guests.
  • vienna Vienna is famous for its hot chocolate.
  • vila
  • vine She stripped down to her vine bodyguard dress and bounded off into the night.
  • vino
  • vinyl We listened to vinyl records at my grandparent's house.
  • visa
  • viva
  • whinny
  • whiny
  • win
  • windy
  • wine
  • wing The queen butterfly had lost one of its wings.
  • winy I feel so winy right now.
  • Via I am going to Via via the bus.
  • Gina Gina is a sweet girl.
  • Ina Ina Garten is a well-known chef.
  • Lina
  • Tina
  • Verna
  • Vita The Vita is the latest addition to the Galaxy S family.
  • Vince I heard Vince was out of town.
  • Dina Dina went to lodge at his house.
  • vines I am growing a vine trellis in my backyard.
  • WINO My grandma's meatloaf is always a hit at dinner.

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