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Correct spellings for MINST

  • inset The eighteenth century found its mistaken fondness for episodes, inset stories, and the like, particularly convenient here: the naval, military, sporting, and other novels of the nineteenth were apt to rely too exclusively on these differences.
  • inst My dear Mr. High: I have yours of 7th inst .
  • mainstay Nothing but a trained subconsciousness had carried her through that, and she looked for the same mainstay of the self to come to her aid again.
  • mast During the few seconds which I had spent staring and breathless, Stubbins had climbed round the after side of the mast , and now I began again to follow him.
  • midst And there 's Massingbred on the top of the barricade, in the midst of it all.
  • mind "Never mind , then," she replied.
  • mindset And no I can't forget Where I come from Frisco Mindset – Under the Sun by Salvador Santana
  • minister It is our duty to pay attention to these things; to spend thought and labor, and such money as we can afford upon them, in order to make them minister to our delight.
  • minos After his death Minos carries in the under world the golden sceptre, and by his decisions puts an end to the contentions of the shades.
  • minsk We had to choose between two routes: the road of Minsk , and that of Wilna.
  • minster Of the original Norman minster the only parts remaining are two bays of the nave, the south transept, and the piers of the tower.
  • mint Enslaved Indians and later chained Negroes from the African coasts had carried on their backs the square stones Spanish masons cut and formed for the edifices of the Plaza, first the Cathedral, next the Governor's Palace and the Mint .
  • minuet She cannot be brought to think of the present king otherwise than as an elegant young man, rather wild, but who danced a minuet divinely; and before he came to the crown, would often mention him as the "sweet young prince."
  • minuit The Schola Salernitana says about this plant:- "Ruta viris minuit venerem, mulieribus addit Ruta facit castum, dat lumen, et ingerit astum Coctaque ruta facit de pulicibus loca tuta."
  • minus If a receipt item shows minus , you can run down that item and endeavor to increase the receipts.
  • minute 'Arry, take my hand one minute .
  • mist Over the meadow yonder the mist is illuminated; it is not sunshine, but a white light, only visible by contrast with the darker mist around.
  • misty From misty heights came the howl of the white wolf.
  • moist He held a red, moist hand towards her.
  • mons So the old lieutenant, who had had a son killed at Mons and who truly loved his wife, and who was looking forward to loving his grandchildren, was now having a little time off from his elderly duties, and enjoying the unaccustomed pleasure of being a bit of a dog.
  • monster If you make yourself out to be this monster of truths I can't see how you can lie like this.
  • most The drive from Sellin to Binz was by far the most beautiful I had had.
  • mst
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  • Mains All over the world we depend totally on a system of transmitting mains electricity over long distances which was originally created by an amazing inventor whose scientific discoveries changed, and are still changing, the whole world.
  • Monist He is a Monist .
  • Mont Why not request me to tell you where Soult will fight us next, and when Marmont will cross the frontier?
  • Minty
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  • Minis
  • Munster
  • Minot
  • meanest
  • actifies
  • ash-shaytan

20 words made from the letters MINST