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  • bin "Well, p'raps you're right-what would ha' bin the use o' killin' the poor critturs.
  • din He had seen his friend in his white duck jacket throwing drink from glass into glass amid the din of voices and strange accents; he had heard the clang of money as it was swept into the till, and his sense sickened for the bar-room.
  • fin Just behind him a sharp black fin appeared cutting the surface of the water.
  • gin Sometimes it would mean that Papa could get home an hour or two earlier if he could get to the gin ahead of just one other farmer.
  • in "I won't come in," he said.
  • kin How can you look so happy when, as you cease to suspect a stranger, your next of kin takes his place in your suspicions?"
  • lin Kwen-lin will know that song.
  • min Here, min, let's git him in."
  • pin By running the pin down into the sand all the way, you can make it look just like a goldpiece lying on the floor of the cave.
  • sin As I said to them, I say to you: Go in peace, and sin no more.
  • tin Sandy meant to hide his money, come back and speak to his father and then, by the dark of the moon, start out either with Martin or alone.
  • win Was it matter for wonder if he set his teeth and resolved to win out?
  • xi Thus, in a fragment of Book xi.
  • xian We have sought to gather an illuminating collection of quotations, not merely from standard Marxian publications, but from the speeches of Socialists of unquestioned authority in the international movement.
  • xii 25, 29, 30, 33. 2762 C.I.L. xii.
  • xiv Pride before Fall, xiv.
  • xix First came two sorts of sacrifices, offered not by priests, but by selected young men, probably one for each tribe, whose employment in sacrificial functions shows the priestly character of the whole nation, according to the great words of Exodus xix.
  • Yin Ye'd see him, in the gloamin', roamin' wi' this yin and that one.
  • XIS for every oxgang, but now of late, about 4o Jacobi by an order of the Duchy Court they pay xis. vid. upon every alienation for every acre, which amounteth now to 45s. an oxgang.

1 words made from the letters xin

3 letter words made from xin:

nix.

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