Correct spelling for ASSENDID

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Possible correct spellings for assendid

  • Ascending(Definition of ascending)
  • Ascending the steps, he went into his room to prepare for his visit.

  • Amended(Definition of amended)
  • This hearing is on the plaintiff's amended petition."

  • Assent(Definition of assent)
  • The princess nodded assent.

  • Ascend(Definition of ascend)
  • Soon afterwards we arrived at the foot of the hill, and prepared to ascend it.

  • Sanded(Definition of Sanded)
  • He walked softly up the sanded path, tiptoed up the steps and across the piazza, and rapped at the front door, not too loudly, lest this too might attract the attention of the man across the street.

  • Assenting(Definition of assenting)
  • Someone, it almost seemed, had heard and registered hazel's cry, 'i'll never be an 'ooman,' assenting, sardonic.

  • Ascent(Definition of ascent)
  • It was just after the boers had pulled up to let their horses walk after a long ascent, and they were still going on at the same pace, when west checked his pony.

  • Attended(Definition of attended)
  • Papa attended to all that, the children remaining meanwhile with grandmamma.

  • Ended(Definition of ended)
  • She ended where she began, with the conviction that, if the secretary of state would, as he ought, on such an occasion, grant a general search-warrant, as she was informed had been done for papers, and things of much less value, her ring would be found in that jacob's possession-that jacob, of whom she had a very bad opinion!

  • Antiseptized
  • Assented(Definition of Assented)
  • "i meant that of course," assented jefferson.

  • Absented(Definition of Absented)
  • He absented himself for three days on that occasion.

  • Appended
  • They are not given in the table of leads appended at the end of this chapter, nor is their use permissible, even by the whist-player of the old school who is thoroughly familiar with their meaning.

  • Ascends
  • Asserted(Definition of asserted)
  • Whatever there was of disappointment in one's past, of apprehension in one's future, came to the surface of the spirit, and asserted its unity with the collective melancholy.

  • Assents
  • Undid(Definition of Undid)
  • He worked deftly with a glazier's diamond for a while, and at last removing one of the diamond panes of glass thrust his hand through and undid the latch.

  • Ascended
  • And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but he alone that first came down from heaven, even the son of man which is in heaven!