How Do You Spell MINES?

Correct spelling for the English word "MINES" is [m_ˈaɪ_n_z], [mˈa͡ɪnz], [mˈa‍ɪnz]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for MINES

Below is the list of 403 misspellings for the word "mines".

Usage Examples for MINES

  1. F. Even if gold and silver were true riches, it would be no easy matter to increase the amount of them in a country where there are no mines. - "Essays on Political Economy" by Frederic Bastiat
  2. Chiswell's mines, taking out lead for the army o' Congress. - "The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill" by Winston Churchill
  3. The men went back to the mines with a cheer. - "The War After the War" by Isaac Frederick Marcosson
  4. When he went to visit the mines he had it out; but his horse was led behind, for apparently his pride in it was not so great as regard for his own comfort, not to say safety. - "By Desert Ways to Baghdad" by Louisa Jebb
  5. Some of the Indians in the neighborhood of the lead mines found it more profitable to mine lead for other hunters, than to hunt; hence we find that, at an early date, the mines came to be regarded as the particular property of the Indians, a fact which had considerable influence upon the history of the region. - "Stories of the Badger State" by Reuben Gold Thwaites