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How Do You Spell SABINA?

Correct spelling for the English word "Sabina" is [s_ɐ_b_ˈiː_n_ə], [sɐbˈiːnə], [sɐbˈiːnə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of SABINA

  1. Of the U. S. Ph., the tops of Juniperus sabinus. The fluidextract of savin (q. v.) is also* official in the U. S. Ph.

Common Misspellings for SABINA

Below is the list of 190 misspellings for the word "sabina".

Usage Examples for SABINA

  1. Ah, my dear young lady, he would cry, shaking one fat finger at Sabina across the dinner table, take care, take care! - "The Heart of Rome" by Francis Marion Crawford
  2. Father, mother and Sabina. - "A Rock in the Baltic" by Robert Barr
  3. But I had thought of asking if you would let Sabina come and stay with me for a little while, until your affairs are more settled. - "The Heart of Rome" by Francis Marion Crawford
  4. My Aunt Sabina would not have wished it; nor would I leave my grandfather, without his full permission. - "Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor" by R. D. Blackmore
  5. Sabina is afraid that papa won't go unless we all have grand new dresses, but mother can put on her old black silk, and I am going if I have to wear a cotton gown. - "A Rock in the Baltic" by Robert Barr
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