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Correct spelling for AMENDANT
We think the word amendant 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 amendant
- Amended(Definition of amended)
- Abundant(Definition of abundant)
- Ascendant(Definition of ascendant)
- Attendant(Definition of attendant)
- Amendment(Definition of amendment)
- Emending(Definition of Emending)
- Andante(Definition of andante)
54, both acts being amended by 25 and 26 vict.
The massachusetts delegates in congress-gerry, holton, and king-were instructed to recommend a general convention of the states for the purpose of revising and amending the articles of confederation; but the delegates refused to comply with their instructions, and set forth their reasons in a paper which was approved by samuel adams, and caused the legislature to reconsider its action.
Travelling in a private carriage during the long summer day, they had an opportunity for abundant talk such as did not occur again.
To his great surprise she blushed and drew back, shaking her head and muttering that her mistress didn't like to have the girls talk to the young men about the house, and finally going off with a determined toss of her frowsy head, that struck mr. byrd aghast, and made him believe more than ever that his evil star hung in the ascendant, and that the sooner he quit the house the better.
Still hope, the constant attendant of the alchymist, had led him on; ever on the point of reaping the reward of his labours, and ever disappointed.
You may positively forbid this every day in the year, but the force of habit is too strong in the spanish mind to suffer amendment.
And the powerful andante of lust!-how peacefully these two slim rivals press against each other in the consciousness that neither equals the other in beauty-till their capricious mistress wakes up and the rival lovers separate like the two hostile poles.