Common misspellings for glands:

jands, clandars, rulinds, orlands, gounds, girlfiends, higlands, galindez, oakalnds, loands, accolands, cliends, claints, alonds, cliants, glanses, ghandi's, cleanedhis, clounds, glanze, gerands, goalwards, glaydas, gunds, gyantse, zelands, glaned, glisandos, plands, zealands, gleand, polands, shelands, glans, klands, zeland's, welands, galnd, leands, glinda, glandes, gands, galnds, glandula, garlan'd's, glandale, gernaids, clends, glads, jeands, blands, alounds, ilands, gandis, gualandri, glindes, irlands, landis, mkdolnds, flands, vlands, hlands, ylands, tlands, gkands, gpands, glznds, glsnds, glwnds, glqnds, glabds, glamds, glajds, glanfs, glanrs, fglands, gflands, vglands, gvlands, bglands, gblands, hglands, ghlands, yglands, gylands, tglands, gtlands, gklands, glkands, gplands, glpands, golands, gloands, glzands, glaznds, glsands, glasnds, glwands, glawnds, glqands, glaqnds, glabnds, glanbds, glamnds, glanmds, glajnds, glanjds, glahnds, glanhds, glansds, glanxds, glandxs, glancds, glandcs, glanfds, glandfs, glanrds, glandzs, glandsz, glandsx, glandsd, glandsw, glnds, gladns, gglands, gllands, glaands, glannds, wlands, clands, gdands, gnands, gmands, glcnds, glafds, glalds, glaods, glants, glanls, gland3, g lands, gl ands, gla nds, glan ds, gland s.

Usage examples for glands

  1. 4. What glands are found in the skin?  A Handbook of Health by Woods Hutchinson
  2. They are certainly in relation with glands, because they secrete a greasy fluid, more abundant at some times than at others, when the edges are much swollen; and the animals often touch objects with them, stretching them wide open, doing so, when they are under excitement of any kind.  Anecdotes of the Habits and Instinct of Animals by R. Lee
  3. How many " swimming glands"- solid, organized, regularly formed, rounded disks, taking an active part in all your vital processes, part and parcel, each one of them, of your corporal being- do you suppose are whirled along like pebbles in a stream with the blood which warms your frame and colors your cheeks?  Masterpieces Of American Wit And Humor by Thomas L. Masson (Editor)
  4. I mean that it was a deliberate attempt on my life, and I am hard upon the tracks of the man who extracted that venom- patiently, drop by drop- from the poison- glands of the snake, who prepared that arrow, and who caused it to be shot at me.  The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu by Sax Rohmer