What is the correct spelling for AINMED?

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Correct spellings for AINMED

  • aeneid AEneid, sixth book, translated by C. P. Cranch or by John Conington.
  • affirmed Why, if so, only in the way she had affirmed to Harry-miles and miles better.
  • amend The heat of the glowing coral drift on the Isle forced me promptly to amend my methodic gait to a quick step, though my hardened soles soon became indifferent.
  • animal Sometimes it was a wild animal and sometimes it was a bird.
  • animate He pronounced it a miracle effected by Heaven, to animate himself and others to that holy undertaking; and he assured the sovereigns that, if they had faith in his present as in his former proposition, they would assuredly be rewarded with equally triumphant success.
  • animated The center of the gallery presented an animated scene.
  • animus Whether on emerging from the Cathedral this solemn exhortation left as little trace in the shape of actual conduct as in our day I, of course, cannot tell, but I think the language of the headstrong during the succeeding days was less violent and the animus evinced less bitter for it.
  • aniseed
  • anode
  • ante
  • armed
  • earned
  • indeed
  • inmate
  • inter
  • inured
  • named
  • owned
  • unarmed
  • united
  • unmade
  • unnamed
  • Aimed The government, emboldened by this first victory, now aimed a blow at an enemy of a very different class.
  • Ain't That's fair, ain't it?"
  • Amid They should have their own little cottages in their own little gardens, under the blue sky, and, if possible, amid the green fields.
  • And And I turned away.
  • Inched
  • Ind
  • Inked
  • Ahmed Yet not all distressing, for even in the best of male natures there always remains some of the instinctive desire of conquest, the delight in opposition, if not too prolonged, the love of battle, the hope of victory; and to Ahmed, the invariably successful lover, the resistance of this slight, rose-leaf creature he could crush with one blow of his hand roused suddenly all the primitive joy of the chase, the excitement of pursuit.
  • Ahmad His full title as imam was al-Mansur billah Ahmad ad-Din Muhammad.
  • anted
  • unmet