What is the correct spelling for KINED?

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Correct spellings for KINED

  • fiend
  • fined You shall never get a fined vessel for use and service till you purge away the dross, Psal.
  • joined Ruth joined him when she had finished her work, and watched him with great interest.
  • kennedy Have you talked with Mr. Kennedy ?
  • kent "You are a friend worth having, Mr. Kent .
  • kid You're a good kid .
  • kidd The last six weeks of his life, described all too graphically by Dr. Kidd in an article in the Nineteenth Century, were a hand-to-hand struggle with death.
  • kidney The tea and sugar and three tin cups and half a pound of mixed biscuits were brought out of the bag by Sam, while Bill cut slices of steak-and-kidney from the Puddin'.
  • kin Would you have us go about looking as if we were no kin to one another-us that have got no mother and not another sister in the world?
  • kind "Something of that kind .
  • kinda You know, Dave, me and you've kinda drifted apart lately.
  • kine And a bird came flying through the great chambers and hung over him, singing in a voice that he understood, and he spoke to the three and to the thousand, in the words of the bird, and said: "It is fighting, and fighting for honour and glory and houses and kine , but naught for love, and naught that there may be peace."
  • king You must have all your things looking very nice, you know, because the King is coming here in a day or two-and so it is worth it!
  • kite "The thing to do," said the young inventor, "is to get it exactly parallel with the wind-strata, so that the gale will blow through the two sets of planes, just as the wind blows through a box kite .
  • knead And I shall endeavour with all the forces of my soul to be steadfast to my inward promptings: to push my way into the densest parts of life, to knead it hither and thither, to hinder some, to help on others.
  • lined She could heartily wish that her character were that fair and sweet one the first three verses had lined out; but the command met a denial; or at the least a putting off of its claim.
  • mined And not until the United States Attorney General-a vain Goodrich creature whose talents were crippled by his contempt for "the rabble" and "demagoguery"-not until he had it forced upon him that Ferguson could not be counter-mined, did they begin to treat with me for peace.
  • skinned The dark-skinned warrior gravely told her to go back.
  • Caned For your conceit in laughing at me when I was caned.
  • Dined We were all to have spent the day at the Duke's, and dined there.
  • Gained Even now I do not know how they gained success where they had failed.
  • Ginned
  • Ind
  • Kenned
  • Kinked
  • Kneed
  • Pined
  • Coined The greater part of these new-coined words have been rejected.
  • Kane
  • Ned
  • Kinney
  • kinds
  • ConEd
  • keened
  • kited
  • wined
  • kinder
  • un-ease
  • un-eases

29 words made from the letters KINED