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Correct spelling for ASCEDENT
We think the word ascedent 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 ascedent
- Ardent(Definition of ardent)
- Ascend(Definition of ascend)
- Ascendant(Definition of ascendant)
- Assent(Definition of assent)
- Easement(Definition of easement)
- Accident(Definition of accident)
- Occident(Definition of occident)
- Decedent(Definition of decedent)
- Ascent(Definition of ascent)
- Incident(Definition of incident)
Mr. george sat at his window enjoying the scene perhaps quite as much as rollo did, though he was much less ardent in expressing his admiration.
"but i cannot wait," returned the lieutenant very decidedly, and he shook off the man, and began to ascend the stairs.
Such is the ascendant which may be attained, by hypocrisy and cabal, over mankind.
All the faces in the room were raised towards the minister in solemn assent.
"i've met with an accident, that's all.
Though frightened by the novel manner of ascent, the girl clung tightly to the line above her head, and blake had no difficulty in raising her until she swung directly beneath him.
The father pressed durtal's hands, and slowly ascended the stairs, sweeping with his robe the silver dust of the steps, as he mounted, all white, in a ray of the moon.