What is the correct spelling for CIN?
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Correct spellings for CIN
- bin Show me which bin ."
- cain Live the free life which Margaret Sherwin has restored to you by her death-you will know it soon for the life of Cain !"
- can Can you see, Peter?
- chin Isaac threw himself into his chair and sat with his chin in his hand.
- ci Saw Potier in the Ci -devant Jeune Homme last night.
- cia In one corner, at the top of it, is the name, as well as I could read, 'Marcia Karnstein,' and the date '1698' and I am curious to see how it has turned out.
- coin Vashti took the coin .
- din No news from the war came to Madelon's ears, no whisper from all the din and clamour that were filling Europe, penetrated to this quiet, out-of-the-world, little world in which her lot was cast.
- fin He is at once what the French call fin and what the English call "sound."
- gin "No, I don't," replied Mrs. Treacher, setting down the bottle of gin .
- in "'Come in ,' he says.
- kin I kin tell you one thing.
- lin It was obvious, that the haughty and insolent manner in which all Europeans residing at, or trading to, the port of Canton are treated, had extended itself to the northern frontier of the province, but it had not crossed the mountain Me-lin; the natives of Kiang-see being a quiet, civil, and inoffensive people.
- min Min had to be civil to Rose as long as old Palmer lived.
- pin You could have heard a pin drop after that.
- sin "If it were not a sin , Duncan," she said, looking up into his eyes, "I might love you."
- tin Almost every day after this Martin took Nance out upon the water.
- win "'Germany will fight five years,' he said, 'and then we will win .
- Cid This the Cid drinks when he is at the point of death.
- Cit Indeed I would be Consull 1.Cit.
- Yin Ay, my bairn, it's all yin, gentle or simple, lord's daughter or beggar's wench, when the love of a lad has got the grip o' them.