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Correct spelling for ASSIGEND
We think the word assigend 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 assigend
- Assent(Definition of assent)
- Agent(Definition of agent)
- Ascend(Definition of ascend)
- Assigning(Definition of assigning)
- Agenda(Definition of agenda)
- Assignor(Definition of assignor)
- Signet(Definition of signet)
- Skinned(Definition of skinned)
- Argent(Definition of argent)
- Ascent(Definition of ascent)
He merely moved his head twice, in token of assent, and then passed on into the room.
I telegraphed to an agent in boston.
Asked azadbakht,"how was that?"
Presently he began to ascend what he knew must be a hill or mountainside.
But she only heard the jeering ha! ha! ha! of the asa as he returned to asgard, and that was soon lost in the whirr-r-r of wings as a mighty eagle, swooping down upon her, fixed his talons in her girdle and rose with her into the air.
First national bank & trust against the national credit union administration, a key victory in the american bankers associations legislative agenda and a major setback to credit unions.
On the night of the 1st, he registered at this hotel, being assigned to the room next to this.
In 1999 the whole of paradise circus was sold off to argent group.
Entering these, the "marguerite" gradually rose higher and higher; and when quitting the last of them, she had been lifted up to an elevation of sixty feet by these five locks, and if we had not observed the busy hands working for our ascent, we might have been inclined to imagine that an invisible cloud was slowly carrying us to unknown regions on high.