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Correct spellings for TIN

  • bin As he stood with a full basket of ashes poised on the edge of the ash bin, Toombs appeared, with his axe on his shoulder and the beech in his hand.
  • din Listen to the din."
  • fin Steering in the air was effected by means of a vertical fin placed right aft.
  • gin May He keep a firm haud o' us, and guide us in the richt road, and bring us back gin we wander, and tell us a' we need tae know till the gloamin' come.
  • in "We're coming in, Lee.
  • kin Where we shall be in the spring no one kin tell.
  • lin She had read of "the mellow lin-lan-lone of evening bells," but had never heard it.
  • min Min hates her like p'isen."
  • pin The light from the window fell on her hair and the blue of her dress-a little gold pin at her throat flashed and sparkled; his eye caught it, and was fixed there.
  • sin So small the sin had looked then; so great now.
  • tan She was wearing the little tan pumps.
  • ten It was only ten o'clock.
  • thin She grew thin and weak.
  • ti But Spain delayed until Marti and his followers struck their blow.
  • tia Not even from the lips of Doha Magdalena, his much-loved "Tia," had his own name ever echoed so musically as from those of yonder woman, whom he had just shrunk from meeting as though it were an inevitable misfortune.
  • tic The lord of the place is the Tic-balan.
  • tie A good one is of pantasote, with double top to tie.
  • tin Martin asked as she hesitated.
  • tine Tine puts the toast in the oven over night so it will be dry enough for him in the morning-she told me so yesterday.
  • ting "No," answered the mother, "mo'-ting is not good to eat; wait until it is cooked."
  • tint When I discover anything, if only a new tint in the red sunset, I must publish the fact to all my friends.
  • tiny Now it happened one night the Little Tree was so sad and lonely that she could not sing; instead, she wept until her tiny branches shook with sobbing.
  • tip You give me a leetle tip?
  • tn
  • ton At the same time, Insecurity weighs a ton Scandalous Days are Done – Members Only by swollen members
  • tun
  • twin
  • win "Of course you can win," he assured Joe.
  • Til For my pairt I naither fear them nor seek til them: I'll be ane wi' them mysel' afore lang!
  • Yin I doot he'll no allow your last yin, Peter.
  • Tina Captain Wybrow thought, 'Poor little Tina!
  • Tim Not so Little Tim.
  • TINS Strawberries in tins, Bates, are not well calculated to lift the spirit of man.
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