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Pronunciation:

[ˈanəlz], [ˈanəlz], [ˈa_n_ə_l_z]
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Common misspellings for Annals:

  • nanalulu,
  • channals,
  • anylyse,
  • unirals,
  • annuall,
  • animalls,
  • anlyse,
  • annilize,
  • analazy,
  • anazle,
  • anual,
  • panals,
  • ainmals,
  • analze,
  • panneles,
  • anless,
  • analysi,
  • analys,
  • annuale,
  • analiys,
  • analyse,
  • anyalyze,
  • anialist,
  • inhails,
  • ananalis,
  • anlayis,
  • animols,
  • anyawys,
  • analsys,
  • anials,
  • anuals,
  • analz,
  • animmals,
  • arnald,
  • annaylsis,
  • anwyays,
  • animalas,
  • inpuls,
  • analyz,
  • inlass,
  • anmails,
  • aniumals,
  • anayalis,
  • anles,
  • analyas,
  • annalysed,
  • annalise,
  • entalls,
  • anamals,
  • anymals,
  • anals,
  • unilab,
  • annalizes,
  • anyalis,
  • unnless,
  • analise,
  • anways,
  • animlas,
  • anayis,
  • aniamals,
  • analsyt,
  • anylise,
  • analizs,
  • anemals,
  • seaonals,
  • animalss,
  • mannals,
  • analsed,
  • pannles,
  • anyzle,
  • innitials,
  • urnials,
  • anels,
  • anilam,
  • anial,
  • anyalze,
  • annapolos,
  • annalagy,
  • canalso,
  • eaningless,
  • annial,
  • pannels,
  • annualised,
  • analays,
  • anayse,
  • annaul,
  • aanimals,
  • anaylst,
  • analisie,
  • anywyas,
  • pannells,
  • annualy,
  • enales,
  • annes,
  • analis,
  • anyless,
  • analisy,
  • anlayse,
  • anaimals,
  • annalizis,
  • annal,
  • anmals,
  • aminals,
  • aniimals,
  • annivarsay,
  • annule,
  • anylast,
  • anaimls,
  • analiser,
  • anumals,
  • annulat,
  • cannals,
  • anaylissi,
  • annalyise,
  • analiews,
  • anylazie,
  • anmils,
  • inlaws,
  • snals,
  • annalised,
  • unlss,
  • pannals,
  • annilyse,
  • analyssi,
  • arnolds,
  • anmials,
  • annauls,
  • anyliss,
  • unelss,
  • annalize,
  • analzys,
  • annalyse,
  • annualt,
  • enails,
  • angals,
  • amials,
  • onlsow,
  • analiz,
  • incalls,
  • annas,
  • annulaly,
  • anuimals,
  • annas',
  • anazyle,
  • anlkes,
  • anilmes,
  • annpolis,
  • nanalulus,
  • annalsess,
  • anylis,
  • anaylise,
  • analysie,
  • kennals,
  • analice,
  • animails,
  • analy,
  • inishals,
  • anualk,
  • pernnials,
  • anusualy,
  • ananlze,
  • jarnals,
  • cahnnels,
  • anyalize,
  • analtys,
  • annalyss,
  • ingalls,
  • annualk,
  • annualsied,
  • inervals,
  • unuasl,
  • enhales,
  • anaylisi,
  • analyis,
  • oneelse,
  • anaylse,
  • cannels,
  • annalsis,
  • annoymas,
  • annalising,
  • analiss,
  • annialate,
  • annalysing,
  • annysis,
  • anils,
  • angales,
  • anmiols,
  • annaula,
  • aunnal,
  • aninals,
  • animles,
  • urnals,
  • onnly,
  • annus,
  • annalisys,
  • ancile,
  • ansal,
  • aniamls,
  • apnels,
  • oraanells,
  • alannas,
  • annualr,
  • anamails,
  • anoimals,
  • annauly,
  • arnild,
  • anaylis,
  • anyelse,
  • ournals,
  • azealas,
  • anylze,
  • vynals,
  • annivarsy,
  • onsale,
  • annalyze,
  • anyonelse,
  • animalsor,
  • ananlyse,
  • anayliz,
  • annaysis,
  • annimals,
  • analysy,
  • anaialest,
  • animials,
  • ainimals,
  • annalasys,
  • tunnals,
  • ananilze,
  • analyss,
  • annamous,
  • ananlyze,
  • mannuals,
  • abnalize,
  • anamials,
  • andalso,
  • amianls,
  • animls,
  • andalos,
  • analisi,
  • annalasis,
  • analsty,
  • anilyse,
  • anlys,
  • aneles,
  • animial's,
  • annaelle,
  • annyways,
  • anitials,
  • inituals,
  • intals,
  • kenals,
  • ashal's,
  • panales,
  • uncales.

Rhymes for Annals:

  1. panels;
  2. channels, annuls;
  3. dismantles;

Quotes for Annals:

  1. Happy the people whose annals are vacant. Thomas Carlyle.
  2. Happy the people whose annals are tiresome. Charles de Secondat.
  3. Pet lovers know that animals sometimes understand us better than we do, and the annals of human sin and desire provide plenty of stories to drive the point home. Tony Snow.

Adjectives for Annals:

  • imperial historical,
  • stupendous and omniscient,
  • linguistic chronological,
  • glorious but blood-stained,
  • archaeological and prehistoric,
  • dumb unwritten,
  • monotonously sordid,
  • different patriotic,
  • simple prosaic,
  • somewhat murky,
  • past musical,
  • glorious and bloody,
  • statistical,
  • important irish,
  • modern missionary,
  • french scientific,
  • early buddhist,
  • strange and complex,
  • medical,
  • early western,
  • political,
  • political and literary,
  • graphical,
  • literary and artistic,
  • epicurean,
  • omniscient,
  • perturbed,
  • archaeological,
  • unsettling,
  • early,
  • deplorable,
  • spurious,
  • multitudinous,
  • murky,
  • informal,
  • prosaic,
  • mathematical,
  • transient,
  • dubious,
  • superstitious,
  • placid,
  • stupendous,
  • trivial,
  • gothic,
  • dusky,
  • infamous,
  • startling,
  • youthful,
  • basic,
  • false,
  • genuine,
  • grand,
  • poor,
  • such dark,
  • modern european,
  • french military,
  • anglo-french,
  • ancient chinese,
  • early french,
  • ornithological,
  • other native,
  • long and tedious,
  • anglian,
  • more humble,
  • veterinary,
  • many ancient,
  • more comprehensive,
  • benedictine,
  • more sober,
  • more regular,
  • much older,
  • javanese,
  • other local,
  • nerveless,
  • spiritless,
  • vassal,
  • southwestern,
  • storied,
  • dispassionate,
  • world-famous,
  • unpretentious,
  • senatorial,
  • unsavory,
  • more complete,
  • boastful,
  • georgian,
  • philippine,
  • mediæval,
  • gaelic,
  • aztec,
  • imperishable,
  • tibetan,
  • lyric,
  • congressional,
  • inarticulate,
  • natal,
  • stagnant,
  • journalistic,
  • woeful,
  • scriptural,
  • remotest,
  • tortuous,
  • desultory,
  • indian,
  • noteworthy,
  • perplexing,
  • coherent,
  • armenian,
  • contradictory,
  • graven,
  • doleful,
  • perplexed,
  • infallible,
  • inexhaustible,
  • variegated,
  • presidential,
  • pristine,
  • matrimonial,
  • fullest,
  • fuller,
  • physiological,
  • impartial,
  • villainous,
  • surgical,
  • tumultuous,
  • athletic,
  • fairest,
  • matchless,
  • scandalous,
  • stolid,
  • brighter,
  • feudal,
  • regal,
  • norwegian,
  • profane,
  • architectural,
  • hungarian,
  • feverish,
  • papal,
  • menacing,
  • puny,
  • educational,
  • fleeting,
  • victorian,
  • archaic,
  • tiresome,
  • spirited,
  • systematic,
  • disastrous,
  • comprehensive,
  • fanciful,
  • belgian,
  • juvenile,
  • scant,
  • forlorn,
  • swedish,
  • pagan,
  • progressive,
  • humorous,
  • heathen,
  • interminable,
  • swiss,
  • eccentric,
  • commonplace,
  • mournful,
  • psychological,
  • rational,
  • grateful,
  • majestic,
  • philosophical,
  • uncertain,
  • chemical,
  • everlasting,
  • rural,
  • ardent,
  • persistent,
  • marvelous,
  • honorable,
  • intricate,
  • available,
  • vivid,
  • ample,
  • venerable,
  • sundry,
  • merry,
  • idle,
  • corresponding,
  • gorgeous,
  • dutch,
  • stern,
  • capital,
  • unique,
  • formal,
  • savage,
  • extensive,
  • gay,
  • sole,
  • universal,
  • active,
  • latest,
  • minor,
  • moral,
  • typical,
  • individual,
  • rare,
  • so-called,
  • empty,
  • wonderful,
  • particular,
  • sudden,
  • rich,
  • dead,
  • cold,
  • green,
  • present,
  • usual,
  • high,
  • single,
  • white,
  • early civil and military,
  • impartial active,
  • sad, imperishable,
  • legendary religious,
  • voluminous and noteworthy,
  • scanty and perplexed,
  • complex and uninteresting,
  • regnal and episcopal,
  • social and forensic,
  • simple but not short,
  • empty and spiritless,
  • circumstantial domestic,
  • jejune monastic,
  • forensic, judicial or political,
  • revolutionary naval,
  • royal contemporaneous,
  • long, commonplace,
  • modern hieroglyphical,
  • traditional or monumental,
  • purely political or military,
  • else sordid,
  • simple and forlorn,
  • eccentric and tumultuous,
  • long, dire,
  • philippine missionary,
  • irish authentic,
  • gloomy and exciting,
  • own nerveless,
  • delightful minor,
  • forensic and judicial,
  • turbulent and menacing,
  • scant young,
  • grey domestic,
  • interesting tragic,
  • long and blood-stained,
  • scanty and defective,
  • idle and stupid,
  • lurid and exciting,
  • bloody and turbulent,
  • bald historical,
  • sad and tiresome,
  • rude and fragmentary,
  • chinese and burmese,
  • parliamental,
  • japanese ancient,
  • simple and spirited,
  • already intricate,
  • sombre and monotonous,
  • dim traditional,
  • typographical,
  • least ancient,
  • fair, foul,
  • imperial historical,
  • early civil,
  • burmese royal,
  • interesting and tragic,
  • judicial or political,
  • coldly dispassionate,
  • authentic irish,
  • original and contemporary,
  • obscure and uninteresting,
  • chief monastic,
  • canadian parliamentary,
  • early philippine,
  • british historical,
  • medical and military,
  • statistical,
  • irish legendary,
  • fullest and most accurate,
  • own plebeian,
  • medico-chirurgical,
  • colonial and revolutionary,
  • necrological,
  • chinese literary,
  • fanciful and romantic,
  • bloody and barbarous,
  • regnal,
  • romantic and chivalrous,
  • own impartial,
  • later military,
  • humble domestic,
  • dark and mournful,
  • historical and poetical,
  • recent naval,
  • rather uneventful,
  • brilliant naval,
  • brief and fleeting,
  • domestic or social,
  • later byzantine,
  • certain archaic,
  • biographical,
  • french missionary,
  • various contemporary,
  • early local,
  • usually dry,
  • far fuller,
  • own contemporary,
  • noble national,
  • judicial and political,
  • early naval,
  • medical and psychological,
  • short military,
  • various irish,
  • other monastic,
  • bloody and cruel,
  • early japanese,
  • strange and picturesque,
  • rich and gorgeous,
  • early historical,
  • civic and social,
  • national military,
  • spanish and mexican,
  • long and glorious,
  • ancient gaelic,
  • chinese military,
  • high, cold,
  • german literary,
  • old swedish,
  • british political,
  • few scant,
  • simple religious,
  • dry and barren,
  • more humorous,
  • famous military,
  • other bloody,
  • local and personal,
  • long military,
  • pleasant social,
  • often contradictory,
  • whole wonderful,
  • many actual,
  • ancient historical,
  • literary or artistic,
  • general and particular,
  • various german,
  • merely literary,
  • earliest extant,
  • hitherto unpublished,
  • religious and civil,
  • historical and political,
  • more continuous,
  • literary and historical,
  • political or military,
  • spanish colonial,
  • dark and dreary,
  • ancient japanese,
  • literary and political,
  • historical,
  • important historical,
  • french naval,
  • own short,
  • modern military,
  • hieroglyphical,
  • own brief,
  • own literary,
  • other irish,
  • own domestic,
  • own military,
  • purely political,
  • ancient irish,
  • sparse and fragmentary,
  • important and obscure,
  • short but simple,
  • barren and barbarous,
  • wholly unparalleled,
  • bloody and glorious,
  • original unpublished,
  • regular historical,
  • physical or political,
  • oldest chinese,
  • scanty and imperfect,
  • somewhat diffuse,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • modern revolutionary,
  • modern spanish,
  • original,
  • more copious,
  • civil and ecclesiastical,
  • other contemporary,
  • old irish,
  • amatory,
  • now familiar,
  • biographical,
  • other human,
  • napoleonic,
  • olympian,
  • mythic,
  • more ancient,
  • pathological,
  • gory,
  • truthful,
  • noiseless,
  • graphic,
  • scholastic,
  • stellar,
  • colorless,
  • regimental,
  • unofficial,
  • unparalleled,
  • sparse,
  • flattering,
  • moorish,
  • unprecedented,
  • charitable,
  • ignoble,
  • metaphysical,
  • fertile,
  • portuguese,
  • monotonous,
  • doubtful,
  • dismal,
  • pathetic,
  • partial,
  • respective,
  • classic,
  • respectable,
  • complex,
  • endless,
  • physical,
  • awful,
  • peculiar,
  • chief,
  • famous,
  • different,
  • strange,
  • black,
  • psychiatric,
  • horticultural,
  • dynastic,
  • rakish,
  • alaskan,
  • tragical,
  • inglorious,
  • penal,
  • extant,
  • proudest,
  • old-world,
  • polar,
  • gentler,
  • uninteresting,
  • episcopal,
  • biblical,
  • trustworthy,
  • darkest,
  • geographical,
  • enchanting,
  • cuban,
  • syrian,
  • defective,
  • lurid,
  • tribal,
  • turbulent,
  • lengthy,
  • danish,
  • memorable,
  • mediaeval,
  • exciting,
  • fairy,
  • conscious,
  • industrial,
  • foul,
  • painful,
  • gloomy,
  • imaginary,
  • peaceful,
  • continuous,
  • mechanical,
  • veritable,
  • exact,
  • horrid,
  • remote,
  • antique,
  • hideous,
  • admirable,
  • eternal,
  • valuable,
  • highest,
  • stupid,
  • dire,
  • female,
  • splendid,
  • further,
  • actual,
  • vast,
  • ordinary,
  • red,
  • ancient and rather fabulous,
  • canadian local,
  • comparatively arid,
  • parochial,
  • chinese official,
  • mere colonial,
  • such domestic,
  • old chinese,
  • felonious,
  • regular but wearisome,
  • short and imperfect,
  • early irish,
  • phoenician,
  • wearisome,
  • bygone,
  • oral,
  • aboriginal,
  • sordid,
  • barbarous,
  • continental,
  • accurate,
  • economic,
  • fashionable,
  • cruel,
  • primitive,
  • foreign,
  • meteorological,
  • anti-slavery,
  • blackest,
  • elfin,
  • statistical,
  • mythological,
  • diffuse,
  • instructive,
  • chivalrous,
  • administrative,
  • arid,
  • thrilling,
  • troubled,
  • junior,
  • legendary,
  • financial,
  • oriental,
  • delightful,
  • grim,
  • fair,
  • important,
  • noble,
  • terrible,
  • full,
  • oiiicial,
  • rather fabulous,
  • early chinese,
  • thy long,
  • anglo-irish,
  • british naval,
  • civil and military,
  • bibliographical,
  • political and religious,
  • uneventful,
  • seafaring,
  • colonial literary,
  • political,
  • ancient and modern,
  • unpublished,
  • chronological,
  • postal,
  • fragmentary,
  • civic,
  • meager,
  • polish,
  • constitutional,
  • tedious,
  • barren,
  • african,
  • picturesque,
  • modest,
  • bald,
  • precious,
  • familiar,
  • brilliant,
  • quiet,
  • complete,
  • forensic,
  • peruvian,
  • monumental,
  • secular,
  • warlike,
  • austrian,
  • tragic,
  • australian,
  • sober,
  • immortal,
  • sombre,
  • intellectual,
  • northern,
  • humble,
  • horrible,
  • bright,
  • typographical,
  • british military,
  • frigid,
  • patriotic,
  • artistic,
  • thine,
  • faithful,
  • spiritual,
  • dim,
  • general,
  • huge,
  • plebeian,
  • legislative,
  • babylonian,
  • copious,
  • brightest,
  • boundless,
  • dreary,
  • mexican,
  • oldest,
  • dusty,
  • traditional,
  • rude,
  • interesting,
  • curious,
  • german,
  • entire,
  • early canadian,
  • pontifical,
  • long, unnatural,
  • modern naval,
  • metrical,
  • astronomical,
  • stormy,
  • shocking,
  • poetic,
  • unnatural,
  • dry,
  • past,
  • various,
  • certain,
  • korean,
  • blood-stained,
  • geological,
  • municipal,
  • legal,
  • proud,
  • true,
  • contemporaneous,
  • operatic,
  • poetical,
  • fabulous,
  • provincial,
  • obscure,
  • scanty,
  • personal,
  • maritime,
  • revolutionary,
  • subsequent,
  • sad,
  • burmese,
  • bloodstained,
  • monkish,
  • buddhist,
  • voluminous,
  • imperial,
  • italian,
  • older,
  • grecian,
  • theatrical,
  • civil,
  • previous,
  • pre-historic,
  • bamboo,
  • diplomatic,
  • heroic,
  • private,
  • dramatic,
  • commercial,
  • royal,
  • imperfect,
  • recent,
  • original,
  • romantic,
  • social,
  • mere,
  • western,
  • brief,
  • secret,
  • musical,
  • prehistoric,
  • unwritten,
  • judicial,
  • regular,
  • egyptian,
  • scientific,
  • spanish,
  • official,
  • monastic,
  • sacred,
  • bloody,
  • medical,
  • european,
  • authentic,
  • missionary,
  • historic,
  • jewish,
  • french,
  • dark,
  • turkish,
  • earliest,
  • modern,
  • canadian,
  • native,
  • religious,
  • public,
  • glorious,
  • byzantine,
  • contemporary,
  • parliamentary,
  • colonial,
  • british,
  • japanese,
  • whole,
  • criminal,
  • historical,
  • local,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • political,
  • long,
  • domestic,
  • national,
  • human,
  • literary,
  • naval,
  • ancient,
  • irish,
  • military,
  • short and simple,
  • short,
  • chinese,
  • simple.
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