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Correct spelling for ABSINT
We think the word absint is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for absint
- Abstain(Definition of abstain)
- Absent(Definition of absent)
- Absently(Definition of absently)
- Assent(Definition of assent)
- Absinthe(Definition of absinthe)
- Abscond(Definition of abscond)
- Obeisant(Definition of Obeisant)
- Bassinet(Definition of bassinet)
- Ascent(Definition of ascent)
- Abasing(Definition of Abasing)
- Absented(Definition of Absented)
- Absentee(Definition of absentee)
- Ibsen(Definition of ibsen)
- Absinth(Definition of absinth)
Which of the men had been absent from the house last night?
"ah-i got your message," he said, absently.
They infallibly travel by the train that shall leave the rails, they pass underneath the tower at the exact moment of its collapse, they enter the house in which the fire is smouldering, cross the forest on which lightning shall fall, entrust all they have to the banker who means to abscond.
Of sic confort men mycht thaim se, 320 and of sa richt fair contenyng, as nane of thame had abasing.
This solitude had become of more frequent occurrence lately, since arthur had revolted and openly absented himself from his religious devotions for lighter diversions of the bar.
The gentleman who rose, amidst the cheers and jingling of glasses, to say a few words to this toast, was a man of some importance in the colony as a member of its assembly, though he otherwise held no higher rank than that of attorney to the estate of monsieur gallifet, a rich absentee.