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Correct spellings for SINCH

  • cinch To be sure, there was no saddle, no cutting, binding cinch , no drag of cruel Spanish curb to control his head, no tearing spurs to threaten him.
  • finch Indeed, this was necessary to that functionary's next move, for he was the conspirator of Finch , and the author of the letter which had caused so much sadness to the woman who now sought his advice.
  • inch It was eighty yards if it was an inch , and that's a good gun with a good man behind it.
  • pinch The gentlemen, here, have engaged the big summer-house, which holds forty at a pinch , and there's no other place that'll seat more than half a dozen.
  • sin It's in the heart that sin is first real.
  • sinai We are standing upon an elevation under the open sky, a peak as it were of fantasy, a Sinai of humour.
  • sine
  • sinew With the bodkin they pierced the skin, and with the needle, end was held to end and side to side, and the same made permanent by the sinew of some animal.
  • sing
  • singe
  • sink
  • smirch We delve in the soil and smirch of the world, and the physical being obscures and overlaps the spiritual to such a degree that our horizon is shut down on that side by thick clouds, and only at long intervals can a ray of light penetrate the darkness.
  • snick
  • snitch
  • spinach
  • stanch
  • stench
  • stitch
  • such
  • switch
  • sync
  • winch
  • zinc
  • Since
  • Sancho By the close of the thirteenth century, the Christian kingdoms of Castille and Aragon were descending from their mountain fastnesses, and spreading over the lovely plains of the south, even to the Mediterranean coast, as one beautiful Moorish city after another yielded to the persevering advances of the children of the Goths; and in 1291 the nephew of our own beloved Eleanor of Castille, Sancho V. called El Bravo, ventured to invest the city of Tarifa.
  • sins
  • SCH Sab. Sch , for Student Aid, Talladega C. 2.00
  • Singh
  • self-helps
  • self-hoods

14 words made from the letters SINCH

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