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Nin

[nin]
noun
  1. A·na·ïs [uh-nahy-uh s] /əˈnaɪ əs/, 1903–77, U.S. novelist and diarist.
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Historical Examples of nin

  • He fought good enough to get shot up this mo'nin', didn't he?

    Oh, You Tex!

    William Macleod Raine

  • They'll never make as strong an attack as they did this mo'nin'.

    Oh, You Tex!

    William Macleod Raine

  • Lemme git to my washin', honey, befo' I disgrace my mo'nin'.

  • This phonetic writing furnishes the reading for Nin in Nin-Klgal.

  • Mo'nin', noon an' night dat woman is pesterin' me fo' money.

    Continuous Vaudeville

    Will M. Cressy