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Correct spelling for ASSIDENT

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Possible correct spellings for assident

  • Ardent(Definition of ardent)
  • He's one of the most ardent americans i know.

  • Assistant(Definition of assistant)
  • Am i the assistant driver, or am i not?

  • Occident(Definition of occident)
  • Besides, the influence of the byzantine clergy made the nation hostile to the ideas and science of the occident, which were represented as heresies incompatible with the orthodox faith.

  • Incident(Definition of incident)
  • For this method-to leave off hinting at it and playing round it-is one of almost endless accumulation of individually trivial incident, detail, and sometimes observation, the combined effect of which is to produce an insensible but undoubting acceptance, on the reader's part, of the facts presented to him.

  • Evident(Definition of evident)
  • He was recognised in an instant, as was evident from the acclamations which followed his appearance.

  • Ascent(Definition of ascent)
  • Eighteen miles of ascent and descent of a very high mountain.

  • Resident(Definition of resident)
  • One intelligent resident even denied the existence of this object of inquiry, but a little persistent effort at last discovered the interesting old study at no. 43 hornsgatan, a few streets in the rear of the royal palace, from which it is about one half of a mile distant.

  • Assent(Definition of assent)
  • For nothing is more evident than that the crown was bound, and that no act can be made without the royal assent.

  • Assiduity(Definition of assiduity)
  • And crewe had been unable to test the butler's story, or find out what game he was playing, because of the assiduity with which the principal witness for the prosecution had been "nursed" by the police from the moment he made his confession.

  • Accident(Definition of accident)
  • He said that mr. marlowe could do it quite easily if he had no accident.

  • Assailant(Definition of assailant)
  • Cornish concentrated his attention on the upraised arm, seizing it with both hands, and actually swinging his assailant off his legs.

  • Dissident(Definition of dissident)
  • Moreover, these dissident patterns merge into a remarkably harmonious, almost normal, average curve.

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