What is another word for spain?
[ spˈe͡ɪn], [ spˈeɪn], [ s_p_ˈeɪ_n]
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Synonyms for Spain:
Other synonyms:• Kingdom of Spain
How to use "Spain" in context?
Spain, one of the richest and most diverse countries in Europe, is home to a linguistic and cultural heritage unparalleled in size and diversity. Spanning the Iberian Peninsula and enclosing the Mediterranean Sea to the east, Spain has strategically situated islands, mountain ranges, and fertile valleys that have yielded potatoes, olives, wine, and Bordeaux wines. In prehistoric times, successive waves of Indo-European, Celtic, Roman, and Moorish invaders left their marks on Spain, from the Pyrenees to the Canary Islands.
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Noun, singular or mass
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Homophones for Spain:
- sheep pen, soybean, ship money, spin, spume, soupfin, sousaphone, saipan, spumy, sphenion, sisyphean, Swiss Pine, Soja Bean, sheepman, savin, spiny, spam, sabine, sibine, saucepan, sivan, saxophone, sabinea, spinney, spawn, spine, subhuman, sebum, sixpenny, sabahan, subpoena, shove-ha'penny, Sieva Bean, submenu, supine, soya bean, savanna, savannah, siphon, sea pen, soup-fin, squash vine, span, sowbane, shaven, sea fan, spoon, saponin, sabayon, shebeen, seven, syphon, spavin, sesbania, Shaaban, shavian, sha'ban, sabin.
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