What is the correct spelling for RAINE?

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Correct spellings for RAINE

  • maine For all the forestry we can bring into play it will take more than three centuries to grow for us such trees as were common in Maine and New Hampshire a century ago.
  • paine Governor Andrew felt very badly; for Paine was not only a fine scholar but very handsome, and, what is rare among hard students, full of energy and good spirits.
  • racine Now if my old father hadn't run a tannery in Racine , and if I hadn't run around there all the day, so that I got so the smell and feel of leather and hides were part of me, why, I'd never be buyer of gloves at Haynes-Cooper.
  • rain What a day and night of rain it was!
  • rainy From January to April it is dry; May, June, and July are rainy ; and August and September, again, are dry; so that here there are two wet and two dry seasons in the year.
  • raise In these days there are quite as many hunters as deer in the woods; and it is a heavy, wearisome job to pack a dead or wounded man ten or twelve miles out to a clearing, let alone that it spoils all the pleasure of the hunt and is apt to raise hard feelings among his relations.
  • ranee So the feud ceased to be an institution after that and became a memory, living only in certain smouldering animosities which manifested themselves at local elections and the like, until it flared up momentarily in the taking-off of old Ranee Fleming at the hands of young Jim Faxon; and then it died, and died for good.
  • rapine Since then, indeed, there had been periods when one of them had inclined to the vocation of a trapper, and the other to that of an Indian chief, but Paul's thoughts clung to those gold-braided uniforms, with which the wooden spears, and the patched rag sandals, which the brothers wore in their games-the latter they called moccasins-could by no means bear comparison; also, why they afterwards wanted to be naturalist and superintendent was incomprehensible to him; the new Rapine pictures always remained the best.
  • ravine He is lying up now, in the big dry ravine of the Waingunga."
  • rein The mounted travelers drew rein , and he halted at the roadside, nodding his greeting in affected unconcern.
  • rhine The fugitives could reach his hut before night, and in so doing approach nearer the Rhine valley.
  • rhino We'll find a rhino shield for you somewhere.
  • rhone While ascending the great Mississippi last spring I was struck with the remarkable fact that the fishes differ essentially in the different parts of that long water-course,-a fact I had already noticed in the Rhine, Rhone , and Danube, though there the difference arises chiefly from the occurrence, in the higher Alpine regions, of representatives of the trout family which are not found in the main river course.
  • ring Not ring the bells!
  • ruin You won't ruin yourself!
  • rune
  • Rained 10. All day, on that Christmas Sabbath, a fiery storm of shot and shell was rained upon the fort, which answered slowly and deliberately from its different batteries.
  • Ran "I ran right away to you.
  • Ruing
  • Rene There was no preparation that evening; he and I sat side by side reading out of a book by Chateaubriand-either Atala, or Rene or Les Natchez, I forget which.
  • Rainier V According to Theodore Winthrop who visited the northwest in 1853 and published a book entitled "The Canoe and the Saddle," which had wide vogue at the time and is consulted to-day, Mount Rainier had its Indian Rip Van Winkle.
  • Rains And you know at home it hardly ever rains all day."
  • Taine

28 words made from the letters RAINE