What is the correct spelling for OOENED?

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Correct spellings for OOENED

  • aeneid The whole declivity of the Alban hill is of unrivalled beauty, and from the convent on the highest point, which has succeeded to the temple of the Latian Jupiter, the prospect embraces all the objects alluded to in the cited stanza; the Mediterranean; the whole scene of the latter half of the AEneid, and the coast from beyond the mouth of the Tiber to the headland of Circaeum and the Cape of Terracina.
  • boned To see this heavy-browed, big-boned woman crying so startled him that he contemplated her in silence.
  • corned
  • downed
  • earned Never did I more thoroughly and fairly earn the evening's leisure by the morning's work, than I earned it that day.
  • end And now for it to end like this!...
  • ended "But you haven't told us," said Ian, "how the thing ended."
  • ene
  • enid
  • enter
  • gowned
  • horned
  • ironed
  • joined
  • need
  • offend
  • one
  • oneida
  • opened
  • owned
  • toned
  • And And thankful I was not to have to go.
  • Atoned The labours, the sorrows, the fiery trials were behind the back for ever, the faults and failures were forgiven or atoned for; after the stress of toil, the weariness of struggle, came the blessedness of rest; after humanity, divinity and the imperishable glory of high Olympus.
  • Donned
  • Evened
  • Honed
  • Ind
  • Kneed
  • Loaned
  • Moaned
  • Mooned
  • Oozed
  • Opined
  • Zoned
  • Coined Never introduce persons with any outlandish or new-coined expressions; but perform the operation with mathematical precision-"Mr. A., Mr. A'; Mr. A', Mr. A." When two gentlemen are walking with a lady in the street, they should not be both upon the same side of her, but one of them should walk upon the outside and the other upon the inside.
  • Conned
  • Ned
  • ConEd
  • keened
  • weened