What is the correct spelling for CAHINS?

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Correct spellings for CAHINS

  • cannes A French vessel had been sent round from Toulon to Cannes , for the purpose of conveying him to Elba; but there happened to be an English frigate also in the roads, and he preferred sailing under any flag rather than the Bourbon.
  • chains Ever since the wedding she's tried to hold the reins, No one's puttin' me in chains. – Woman Ought to Know Her Place by Unknown Author
  • cns
  • hawkins
  • Canes So little Henry thought of making some very pretty canes, and selling them to these young beaux.
  • Casings The result is the same with the caddis worms in shell casings.
  • Casinos Casinos may label players who win using bonuses as "bonus abusers.
  • Gaines
  • Hans
  • Cairns "Glad to see you, Mr. Cairns ," said he.
  • Gains
  • Hines
  • Janis
  • Caimans When the temperature inside the nest is about 31 °C or lower, the caimans become male.
  • Cations
  • Coins
  • canons It was, moreover, a nose of good lines, according to conventional canons .
  • cabins I assigned those cabins to a troop in Ohio.
  • canines With the exception of the trailing expeditions through the woods from which canines were debarred, movements had been open, manly, and aboveboard since the master became a boy scout.
  • clans
  • cans The rock that they finally split on was the question of tin cans , old boxes, and egg-shells in front of Sergeant Murphy's kitchen.
  • cons
  • HONS
  • KANS
  • CAINS 6 million, with Cains combined income for both 2010 and 2011 being between $1.
  • CHINS
  • GINS
  • khans
  • capons "What a devil hast thou to do with the time of the day? Unless hours are cups of sack, and minutes capons , and clocks the tongues of bawds, and dials the signs of leaping-houses, and the blessed sun himself a fair hot wench in flame-coloured taffeta,"
  • Huns
  • cantillates
  • ex-pertly
  • forgoings
  • grandest
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