What is the correct spelling for VINZ'S?
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Correct spellings for VINZ'S
- venus Venus resembles the earth more nearly than any other heavenly body.
- viands He sat at the sumptuous table of the Superintendent, sharing in all its costly viands and dainties, and entertained by its refined guests, for his company and companions.
- vinous Spores globose, nearly smooth, pale vinous , 6-8 mic.
- wings Whether there is room for one or two or more under those wings , I am content to let the future decide.
- Vince "If Vince had a vacancy, find out how long he looked for a barber, and how he got this one.
- Veins The fever of the quest was in my veins; its very danger lent an indescribable thrill, for success now meant more to me than perhaps hunting had ever meant to any man.
- Wines But I declined certain dishes that would not agree with me, helped myself sparingly of many dishes, avoided tobacco and wines, and by a three-mile walk in the open air, a bath, and a good long night's sleep have almost recovered my right to talk of the sacredness of natural law.
- wins People are fond of him; he wins affection without trying for it; as I say, it all comes to him as if by natural right."
- vises A red flame blinded Billy Kane's eyes, an acrid smell filled his nostrils, and seemed to stifle him, and make his head swim dizzily, and his left side seemed curiously numb and dead, but his hands had reached their mark, and had closed like steel vises around the Rat's throat.
- vines "Then I must leave my vines for the present," he said, smiling.
- vans As soon as the vans had stopped, the little dog trotted out from under the two-horse one, and went around the house looking for some water.
- winces I was always convinced by Example, that a Critick may have a just Taste, without being a Poet; and that the Indignation the Guardian speaks of, is never provoked, unless a weak Place is hit upon: As, in the low Phrase, A galled Horse winces when you touch the Sore.
- vices One-sixth are unworthy of any material assistance whatever, since they would spend it immediately on their vices .
- VISAS Well, gentlemen, you see I am about to start, and the visas on my passport on my return will convince you that I have performed the journey.
- vanes He established The Potter's Examiner and Workman's Advocate, '43, and wrote in the Co-operative journals under the anagram of "Millway Vanes ."