What is the correct spelling for CURAIN?

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Correct spellings for CURAIN

  • brain Are they less living than brain ?
  • cain Coleridge, however, wrote a prose poem The Wanderings of Cain and some of his essays are prose poetry.
  • carina "I'm glad we've got the carriage to ourselves, Carina , because we can talk.
  • caring There is no suggestion of studying for effect, or even caring at all about it.
  • carrion Only for one day more have they promised to follow my bidding, and keep the carrion crows from coming to Jarl's nest.
  • crane The sand-hill crane rarely visits Western Washington.
  • cranny Picture old Moorish palaces half deserted and half lived in; marble courtyards shut in by trellises; ruined fountains, with myrtle and laurel growing in profusion, and little white climbing-roses trailing over every nook and cranny .
  • creon Nor need I Creon to protect me.
  • croon I heard the cushies croon Thro' the gowden afternoon And the Quair burn singing doun to the Vale o' Tweed.
  • crown I've got a crown up at the palace there.
  • cuban You, like myself, fought in more than one skirmish in the Cuban War.
  • cumin And if even the idolator feels perturbed by their obtrusion, he has but to reflect that where the trained scholars around Shakspere reproduced antiquity with greater accuracy in minor things, tithing the mint and anise and cumin of erudition, they gave us of the central human forces, which it was their special business to realise, mere hollow and tedious parodies.
  • curie Now, the volume of the curie is only a little more than one half a cubic millimetre.
  • curio Noticing a Japanese store which bore a sign, "Kano's Curio Shop," she started toward it, intending to seek a public telephone.
  • curling She looked down on the child in her arms, and realised that they had brought him to her; from him, her eyes went to the brown roof of the hut with its back to the hillside, a thread of smoke curling from its brown and grey chimney, and to the stretches of dark, upturned earth before it.
  • cursing In the tap room, the landlord was lying on a bench by the stove, cursing the flies which would not let him sleep.
  • curtain A second later the curtain came down, and the lights were lowered.
  • curving To tune the scene to the note of seriousness he regarded as desirable-nonsense having failed-he was silent for an unusual minute, to let the night sink in: the broad stillness of the sea below the high road, with the moon cutting its silver lane across it; Naples curving round the water's edge, a great cluster of sparkling jewels; far off across the bay the red glowing column above Vesuvius, that flared and darkened and flared again.
  • drain Take it out and drain it.
  • grain Yes, Captain Vergor, your grain as soon as we have gathered ours in.
  • grainy The grainy sand had gone from under his feet.
  • gran He was up to Gran ' Cent'l, an' a lady who come on the train had thim.
  • grin Old Man Coyote saw him too, and began to grin .
  • groin As the man persisted, Lancey gave him a throw which was peculiarly Cornish in its character-he slewed his hip round under the Russian's groin and hurled him back heels over head amongst his comrades, after which feat he resumed the sedate march of a sentinel.
  • guarani "Liberty of conscience is a most diabolical thing, to be stamped out at any cost," is the maxim of Rome, and the Guarani has learned his lesson well.
  • koran The Jakun are Malays, minus those points of Malay civilization which are referable to the religion of the Koran .
  • murrain I would to heaven a murrain would seize the hearts of all such craven caitiffs who hath not in them the sweet courtesy and generous hospitality that doth so well become thee, O glorious and ever-to-be-mulcted Sir Knight of the well-stored wallet.
  • rain He told her of the girl standing in the night wind and rain on the bluff by the turning of the road.
  • train "You got on the train at Bitumen," she said.
  • turin We went to Paris, Marseilles, Genoa, Florence; visited the mighty monuments of Rome, and came home by way of Venice, Milan, and Turin .
  • curbing There was no curbing its wrath: neither the soft nor the harsh answer of science had served to turn it away.
  • Curia His ambition had to be satisfied with admission to the order of the Augustales, which ranked socially after the members of the Curia .
  • curing Somehow he could read between the lines what an effort it was to her to accept his help; it was done only because Pansy mattered so infinitely more than she did; because Pansy must not suffer merely for the reason that Virginia's pride would be hurt in the process of curing her.
  • Coring
  • Craig
  • Karin
  • Duran Relax and jump to it, like Duran Duran Black as Buckwheat, still get a tan – Clock Strikes (Remix) by timbaland
  • Corina
  • Corine
  • Corrine
  • atmosphericses

58 words made from the letters CURAIN