Definition of Peins

1. pein [v] - See also: pein



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peins

pegylates
peh
pehlevi
pehs
peignoir
peignoirs
pein
peinct
peincted
peincting
peincts
peine
peine forte et dure
peined
peining
peins (current term)
peirameter
peirameters
peirastic
peise
peised
peises
peishwa
peishwah
peishwahs
peishwas
peising
peisleyite
peitrel
peitrels

Literary usage of Peins

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1. The First Book in French, Or, A Practical Introduction to Reading, Writing by Norman Pinney (1852)
"16, Décrire, to describe. 17, Dédale, maze. 18, fugitif, fleeting. 19, Route, path. 20, Compliqué, complicated. 21, Dessin, drawing. 23, A peins, hardly. ..."

2. Exercises in French Composition: For Schools and Colleges by William Koren (1909)
"Also its compounds départir repartir Also mentir and démentir sentir and ressentir sortir peindre, to paint peindre peignant peint peins ..."

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