What is the correct spelling for GOUNS?
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Correct spellings for GOUNS
- gens Hardy also states that Decimus is a common praenomen of the plebeian gens Iunia, and suggests that Juvenal may have got his praenomen from them.
- genus The form, the ideal structure, the formula, of the genus elephant must somehow have come into existence before the obedient materials and the suitable forces of nature could work themselves together to the desired end.
- Johns At all events they have not prospered equally, for while Mr Johns seems able to take a nice house, poor Irons is willing to work for half-a-crown a day, and I am told that all the other men charge four shillings.
- Gains And like all ill-gotten gains, the gold rapidly melted away.
- Coins For the most part the coins were gold; he stood ready to put into play several hundred dollars.
- Corns I trust and hope that it was because the professor trod at that moment on the edge of a very sharp mussel, and hurt one of his corns sadly, that he answered quite sharply, forgetting that he was a scientific man, "Because there ain't."
- Guns Have all of them get their guns!
- joins This will not do, for unless one is recognized by the city for one's art and is compensated for it - that is, joins the plunder activities of the city - then there is no way to make a living.
- gowns She has so much to take up her time in the way of gowns , head-dresses, new styles, and so forth!
- cons Speculations where the Reverend Father was preaching that evening or that morning and whether his offertories would be as large during the summer as they had been during the spring were easily amplified from discussions about the general policy of the Order into discussions about the general policy of Christendom, the pros and cons of the Roman position, the disgraceful latitudinarianism of bishops and deans; and still more widely amplified from remarks upon the general policy of Christendom into arguments about the universe and the great philosophies of humanity.
- GINS "Yes, father," said the son, "but when the stable-boys make traps and fix their gins and snares in the straw, many a one is caught fast."
- GOONS Let's go see if any of those wounded goons are in condition to be questioned."
- nouns 148 The plural of this verb has been indicated by doubling the root, a case of analogy, being influenced by the similar plural formation of nouns .
- goings The men on Tumurti Station were used to Pat's sudden comings and goings , and took them as a matter of course and did not inquire what he intended to do.