How Do You Spell LINERS?

Correct spelling for the English word "liners" is [l_ˈaɪ_n_ə_z], [lˈa͡ɪnəz], [lˈa‍ɪnəz]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for LINERS

Below is the list of 252 misspellings for the word "liners".

Usage Examples for LINERS

  1. Can't wait for liners in these times. - "Round the World in Seven Days" by Herbert Strang
  2. Sailors, however, on nearing a port are also greatly affected by the time and amount of high water there, especially when they are in a big ship; and we know well enough how frequently Atlantic liners, after having accomplished their voyage with good speed, have to hang around for hours waiting till there is enough water to lift them over the Bar- that standing obstruction, one feels inclined to say disgrace, to the Liverpool harbour. - "Pioneers of Science" by Oliver Lodge
  3. I've worked in the best families and in,- and in hotels and- and-" " And on oceans liners, I presume! - "Patty's Suitors" by Carolyn Wells
  4. Out of the depths, from all directions, came the starving denizens of the sea- starving because liners now were so few. - "Astounding Stories of Super-Science April 1930" by Various
  5. While giant transpacific passenger liners landed or took off, and while the busy twin- engined island hoppers of Philippine Air Lines kept the field active, the boys assembled the Sky Wagon. - "The Golden Skull" by John Blaine