What is the correct spelling for MYAND?
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Correct spellings for MYAND
- manet 20, 17, 'Hoc quoque te manet , ut pueros elementa docentem occupet extremis in vicis balba senectus,' was early fulfilled.
- manned Well, that's how the whole planet gets itself manned .
- manta Dust sprinkled down from the disturbed manta .
- mayan But, as a matter of fact, it is very hard to decipher the Mayan pictographs.
- meander Was he supposed to meander along with nothing to guide his walking?
- mend You'd best mend your ways or I'll have something to say to you.
- mind Have you made up your mind to that?
- mined That the guard's plans were concerned in some way with the mined hillock was evident enough.
- mound The replaced earth made something of a mound , which was unfortunate.
- Maned The "yellow-maned,"-for there is considerable variety in the colour of the Cape lions-is regarded as possessing less courage; but there is some doubt about the truth of this.
- Meant Do you know what he meant?
- Moaned Through all the endless night she moaned her protest.
- Yawned Boyle stretched himself on the floor and yawned.
- Maynard Maynard, a Superintendent of the work and a resident of Chicago, left by the back way to find and take care of Mrs. Story and her children.
- Mandy Mother and Aunt Mandy both think I ought to accept such invitations.
- Mindy "I'd love to," Mindy said.
- mayn't But, Sally dearest-I may say Sally dearest, mayn't I?...
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