How to spell WJUNE correctly?

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  • cane The man was just about to throw the thing over me when Waverley wheeled round and hit him clean across the face with a light cane he was carrying.
  • cone A cone was on the ground and it had a thread fastened to it.
  • dune About twenty paces beneath him, on the seaward side of the dune, he caught a glimpse of another golden object, an unusual object, the nature of which he did not at once identify.
  • gene It is a stranger coincidence that the "Slava" melody should have cropped up in the operas of Giordano and Moussorgsky than that the same revolutionary airs should pepper the pages of "Madame Sans- Gene" and "Andrea Chenier."
  • gone The Phoebus was gone.
  • gun I'd go in a minute, if I had a gun, and was sure it wouldn't go off.
  • jan Jan asked as she followed her sister back into the room.
  • jejune His real original was not the Greek text at all, but the Latin version of Joshua Barnes; and when this appeared to him jejune and unpoetic he sometimes created an original of his own.
  • jude I've got no objection to a frolic, Jude, he observed quietly, on hearing the first mention of the matter, but I wouldn't have no play-party at this house.
  • june And from this time until the latter part of June the fly-fisherman is in his glory.
  • juneau Juneau an' Treadwell come, a couple o' days after, wi' one o' these up-to-date engineer Johnnies.
  • jung Jung points up the dangers of this, he says: I must prevent my critical powers from destroying my creativeness.
  • junk Then you are nothing but a junk-heap, and this form in which you now appear cannot be real.
  • juno Juno sprang down from her lounge.
  • jute Packing goods Physical features of jute plants Pin-lease Plaiting machine Plants, thinning of weeding of Ploughs for jute cultivation Point-paper designs Porcupine feed Printing machine.
  • kine After this we came to the island of the Three Capes; and from my ship I heard the lowing of the kine and the bleating of the sheep.
  • quine All Ashore is a 1953 Technicolor musical comedy film directed by Richard Quine.
  • rune The loom which mortal verse affords, Out of weak and mortal words, Wovest thou thy singing-weed in, To a rune of thy far Eden.
  • tune "Surely I know that tune.
  • wane I could bear Kirby on the wane, Or Signor Paulo with a sprain!
  • wine Cornelius O'Shane pushed the wine away.
  • Jane Jane Foley took her hand in silence, and she heard Jane's low, happy laugh.
  • Jinn P: Such are those on whom the Word concerning nations of the jinn and mankind which have passed away before them hath effect.
  • Jon Jon is in a position where he must think of others; he has to think of all the farmers in the district-and small thanks he gets for his pains.
  • Juan The army was then to rest for that night in the woods, half a mile from San Juan.
  • Kane That his removal to this ambiguous limbo had been the result of her own arrival Helen had no means of knowing, since she had never seen Mr. Kane in his brief moment of hope when he and Althea had been centre and everybody else outskirts.
  • Jana Jana never stirred.
  • Juana Juana, true Spaniard and true Italian, was enchanted with such boldness; it argued ardor!
  • Janie Yes, Janie, said Bertram, with an air of high satisfaction, papa's much more beautiful than either of the others.
  • Joni Pave Mace/Black Crow, a magnetic anomaly detector used by AC-130A during the Vietnam war to locate automobile ignition systems startup "Black Crow", Joni Mitchell song from album Hejira
  • Jayne The Bishop of Chester, Dr Jayne, formerly a Scholar of Wadham, now Bishop of the Diocese which Wilkins held, has helped me with information about the short episcopate of his predecessor.
  • Jun The clerks outside were pale at the audacity, of Newt, Jun. The young man was dressed extremely well.
  • Junes Made of the heat of whole great Junes Burning the blue dark round their moons (Each like a mown red marigold) So hard the flame keeps hold-

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