What is the correct spelling for VANIER?
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Correct spellings for VANIER
- becomes better
- catches glimpse of
- catching at straws
- gainer He acted under orders from his master, and although Cockatoo strangled Bolton, the Professor is really the author and the gainer and the moving spirit.
- Janie Betsy the maid was busy, so Nobody saw Miss Janie go.
- pannier Thence called upon an old woman in Pannier Ally to agree for ruling of some paper for me and she will do it pretty cheap.
- stop tracks
- vain But I sought it in vain; and was glad at night to turn towards the banks of the Nammoy, in search of a cattle-station.
- van Straten, Dirick van der.
- vane And why, when we changed our position, was the vane pointed in our direction?"
- vanes In the flickers all ten feathers have wide vanes and are similar in everything but the shape; all are more or less pointed.
- vanish I'll soon make them vanish."
- vanity A man of less vanity might have questioned the first glance of them.
- veneer Gillier, who, under the influence of excitement, was losing his veneer of good manners, moved about the room pretending to examine the few bibelots it contained.
- venue How they change the venue when it's not what they like.
- vernier Puzzled and a little hurt, he twirled the focusing vernier and peered into the eyepiece, looking down once more into the green water world of the rotifers.
- vine There the vine is good, because it is something in the place of nothing.
- wander Lenore imagined that when she reached them she would not desire to wander farther.
- wane But the old reputation, though still strong out of doors, was beginning sadly to wane within the university precincts.
- warner In one respect they are alike, knowing no evil and expecting none; and if I, Henry Warner, do aught by thought or deed to injure this young girl may I never again look on the light of day or breathe the air of heaven."