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Correct spelling for VIOLINE
We think the word violine is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for violine
Hence all pallidities of thought and desire were eagerly welcomed, and verlaine became my poet.
If i am a villain, madam!
But i shall not love, for candidly in my inmost heart, i am convinced of the villainy of men.
A poet of great gifts, the latest of the vagabond school of villon, was albert glatigny, who lived as a strolling actor, and died young.
I'm-i'm," then the lad went off into a violent fit of coughing.
The apparent veiling of his countenance is only what cowper calls "the severer aspect of his love."
Burmester accepted the invitation, and, going to the rehearsal, found vacant a seat amongst the first violins, which he took.
Another hand instantly covered my mouth, and i was thrust down into the bottom of the boat with considerable violence.
So much trouble, so much violence Nah say loving, better you keep silent Got to face the day no matter the consequence World ain't getting better, ain't no improvement– TROUBLE by damian marley
The whole point about the villein was that he was a tenant at least as permanent as a peasant.
You refuse to give up the violin!