What is the correct spelling for WINNETKA?
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Correct spellings for WINNETKA
- casts a spell on
- catching at straws
- hast bad time
- in applicable
- inter changeable
- is wrong
- looks over hell
- more entwined
- nootka 65 Nootka Sound, dispute about, viii.
- vintner If ever all the truth comes out, I fancy it will transpire that Liane's getting a rake-off from some vintner.
- windbag If you have done something that can be mentioned, in art or letters or science, the newspapers may toss you a paragraph; or if you have been a notorious criminal or charlatan or windbag, they may even devote a leader to you; but the multitude-what time have they to think?
- winders There was a fine bedstead in the house and a whole shelf o' crockery, for I had some idees then of marryin', and, blow me, if they didn't smash the lot, besides breaking all the winders and burning the thatched roof.
- windhoek We therefore decided to "trek" another 10 miles, to the east of Witpoort, through Korfsnek, to the Steenkampsbergen, in order to pitch or camp at Windhoek.
- winglike Dressed herself in the little old blue-serge suit that had been hanging in the very back of a closet for four years, with a five-and two ten-dollar bills pinned into its pocket, and pressed the little blue sailor hat down on the smooth, winglike quality of her hair.
- wingtip Dawson choked out, and instantly kicked the Messerschmitt over on wingtip and pulled it around in a screaming turn.
- wink It was a grave and respectful wink.
- winker Senator Winker had purposely passed several calls wherein he could have had the bill handed down for passage.
- winnebago In some cases, notably the Dakota confederacy, the constitution of the divisions is also satisfactory, though in others, including the Asiniboin, Mandan, and Winnebago, the tabulation represents little more than superficial enumeration of villages and bands, generally by observers possessing little knowledge of Indian sociology or language.