What is the correct spelling for MONSUNE?

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Correct spellings for MONSUNE

  • insane Before I finally go insane Please don't say we'll never find a way Tell me all my love's in vain – Layla by Eric Clapton
  • jonson I did, and Jonson held it in his own for more than a minute.
  • manse
  • manson
  • mincing The one with the shield, on the left, is as monumental as one of Bramante's creations, the old gentleman with the beard, on the right, is mincing and has no shoulders.
  • minus The chronicler Sigebert confirms the statement that he was made bishop 'quod Romanam non minus quam Teutonicam calleret linguam.
  • monotone "That's it," assented Blake in a dead monotone.
  • mons Wounded at Mons, he was brought home to England, and since then he has made the round of the hospitals.
  • monsieur But how, monsieur, are you going to do it?
  • monsoon "Not before the monsoon breaks.
  • monster Let us be patient meanwhile, and not forget that, though a monster, he was a monster absolutely necessary and very useful.
  • montana Haven't been out of Montana since I was a kid.
  • moonshine But folk still called him Little Toonie, because his head was so full of moonshine; and his mother, finding he was no good to her, sold him to the farmer, by whom, since he had no wits for anything better, he was set to pull at waggon and plough just as if he were a cart-horse; and, indeed, he was almost as strong as one.
  • moonstone The sky was of a faint, milky blue, like the blue that moves under the white cloud in a moonstone, and the first far down ray of morning sun, coming up with the balmy wind from still, secret places where the youth of the world slept, shimmered golden as a buttercup held under the pearly chin of a child.
  • mundane The chapel services, hitherto somewhat neglected, were substituted for the mundane pastimes of tea-drinkings and cards, and the prison chaplain, the Rev.
  • Mousing Their inquisitiveness is not always agreeable or welcome, but we ought to be glad that there are mousing fact-hunters to worry us with queries to which, for the sake of the public, we are bound to give our attention.
  • Nosing My young men have been nosing around in the Trans-Western affair, and several things have developed.
  • Moons Wondering and startled, Bordoux would have refused if he dared; but this was the leader of the Long Trail and her word had been his law for many moons, nor had he ever questioned her wisdom.
  • menus The menus are drawn up for the whole year round, day after day.
  • moans Many nights Gabriel, tossing on his bed unable to sleep, coughing, and with his head and chest bathed in cold sweat, would hear in the room adjoining the suppressed moans of his niece, timid and smothered so that the rest of the household should not be disturbed.
  • morns
  • MANS
  • minuses
  • monsoons
  • Monsanto
  • actify
  • admissibilities