How Do You Spell SABINE?

Correct spelling for the English word "sabine" is [s_ɐ_b_ˈiː_n], [sɐbˈiːn], [sɐbˈiːn]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of SABINE

  1. See Savin.

Common Misspellings for SABINE

Below is the list of 222 misspellings for the word "sabine".

Usage Examples for SABINE

  1. She looked at the Sabine woman, who with her waving arms, long and robust, tried to avoid the Roman's embraces. - "The Red Lily, v2" by Anatole France
  2. Being crafty, with the craft of the lynx that eschews the poisoned deer carcass, he had thus far managed to select his victims from the breed of squaws that do not seriously object to playing a Sabine part; and he had no intention of decreasing his caution now, although what men had spoken of Neopa had fired his blood. - "The Snow-Burner" by Henry Oyen
  3. It was given without a moment's hesitation, and was to the effect that as long as they remained on the Sabine they would make no disturbance, but would in all respects conduct themselves with as much propriety as though they had been regularly shipped as members of her crew. - "Marcy The Blockade Runner" by Harry Castlemon
  4. Was it really Sabine- his wife! - "The Man and the Moment" by Elinor Glyn
  5. At length, however, in a legal proceedings of a monastery at Sabine, its fraudulent character was attempted to be substantiated. - "Monks, Popes, and their Political Intrigues" by John Alberger