Spell check of napkins

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Correct spelling: napkins

Common misspellings:

nappkins, napkina, napkihs, napk8ns, mapkins, japkins, nakins, na0kins, parkins, nqpkins, hopkin's, napkens, nepgrons, naokins, napiins, napkuns, nspkins, napkibs, knadpkins, napjins, punkins, napkjns, bapkins, na-kins, napking, naplins, napkain, napoins, napkkns, napkind, nwpkins, kapugen's, nzpkins, napikin, napkons, napkine, napkinz, nalkins, anpkins, knapkins, napkinx, napmins, napkims, napkings, napken, hopkings, pupkins, hapkins, napk9ns, napkijs.

Examples of usage:

  1. As they took up their napkins at the table Lawson opened out: " Well, Captain, we don't want to seem inquisitive, but we are dying to know what you've been doing this afternoon.  The Captain of the Gray-Horse Troop by Hamlin Garland
  2. In fifteen minutes after their own tea was ended, the kitchen was in order again; the dumb- waiter, with its freight, sent up to the china closet; the brown linen cloth and the napkins folded away in the drawer, and the white- topped table ready for evening use.  The Other Girls by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  3. It will give you four or five drives with your husband and children,- drives that involve fascinating white baskets; napkins spread out on the grass, hungry mouths, chattering tongues, and oh!  A New Atmosphere by Gail Hamilton
  4. My son Isadore kicks to- night at supper because at hotels on the road he gets fresh napkins with every meal.  Every Soul Hath Its Song by Fannie Hurst
  5. The strange figure cut by the major, in his stranger uniform, attracted the attention of sundry enthusiastic chambermaids, who appeared upon the balconies, and recognizing in the character of the team the arrival of an important personage, commenced waving napkins, and giving such other visible signs of their admiration, that he was with difficulty restrained from making them a speech on the spot.  The Life and Adventures of Maj. Roger Sherman Potter by "Pheleg Van Trusedale" A pseudonym for Francis Colburn Adams