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Correct spelling for AICIENT
We think the word aicient 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 aicient
- Nascent(Definition of nascent)
- Absent(Definition of absent)
- Cent(Definition of cent)
- Ancient(Definition of ancient)
- Scent(Definition of scent)
- Assent(Definition of assent)
- Ascend(Definition of ascend)
- Anent(Definition of Anent)
- Ascent(Definition of ascent)
- Efficient(Definition of efficient)
- Agent(Definition of agent)
- Accent(Definition of accent)
- Icing(Definition of icing)
It is precisely because a cerebral state expresses simply what there is of nascent action in the corresponding psychical state, that the psychical state tells us more than the cerebral state.
They were all absent.
Going with me, ain't you?
I say let's get all the stuff we need and have roy make tenderflops and i'll stand on top of the car and shout that they're all smoking hot, and for everybody to be sure to get them for they're only the small sum of two for a cent.
Everything in it was old, and some of the things were ancient, and had a history.
"but they were on a false scent," the officer eagerly added.
Valdemar bent his head in silent assent.
Then her grace bade them ascend to the upper story, and look out for stettin, but they sought for it in vain with their unassisted eyes; then her grace placed the tubum opticum before the duke, and no sooner had he looked through it than he cried out, "as i live, otto, there is my strong tower of st. james's, and my ducal castle to the left, lying far behind the finkenwald mountain."
I presume we can drive to the foot of the ascent.
This would send him out, a productive member of society, happy in his work because suited to him and efficient in it because fitted for doing it well.
If you are agent, so am i. see; i have come into your camp.
"you speak english with an american accent," i went on.
On the big dinner-table they had enormous icing models of the sheridan building-" "oh, no!"