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Possible correct spellings for avent

  • Avert(Definition of avert)
  • The arm and hand with which she pointed now here, now there, again seemed to him fairly instinct with life; and he, who deemed perfection of form of so much value, found it difficult to avert his eyes from her marvellous symmetry.

  • Even(Definition of even)
  • Ay, very quietly, even after last night.

  • Assent(Definition of assent)
  • A loud shout of assent rose from the whole assembly.

  • Ascent(Definition of ascent)
  • Once across this level we encountered a steeper ascent than any i had yet climbed.

  • Avaunt(Definition of Avaunt)
  • "all saints defend me, and excuse a jest!" 17 mutter'd sir gawaine-"bird or fiend avaunt: oh, holy abel, let this matter rest, i do repent me of my foolish taunt!" with that the cross upon his sword he kist, and stared aghast-the bird was on his wrist.

  • Savant(Definition of savant)
  • In italy, i have established relations with people of all faiths and conditions, and whenever the opportunity has occurred, have questioned with equal curiosity the merchant and the savant, the fisherman and the politician.

  • Avenge(Definition of avenge)
  • The sword, which my lord had gilded on, ought by right to avenge his death.

  • Aren't
  • Mr.'s clever, aren't you, mr.?

  • Evert(Definition of evert)
  • Some of the forefathers of the dutch naval heroes began their naval careers as sea beggars, such as evert heindricxzen, the grandfather of cornelis evertsen the elder.

  • Aunt(Definition of aunt)
  • "i've heard this morning from my aunt at linforth vicarage.

  • Argent(Definition of argent)
  • So through green woodlands in the twilight dim, led by the faint, pale argent of a star, what though to others it is weary night, nature holds out her wide, sweet heart to him; and, leaning o'er the world's mysterious bar, his soul is great with everlasting light.

  • Avenue(Definition of avenue)
  • Thereafter he called waldron on the 'phone, at his fifth avenue address.

  • Anent(Definition of Anent)
  • Gratulateth himself that this fortunate parish hath at last for vestryman mr. marmaduke haward; knoweth that, seeing i am what i am, my influence will be paramount with said vestry; commendeth himself to my favor; beggeth that i listen not to charges made by a factious member anent a vastly magnified occurrence at the french ordinary; prayeth that he may shortly present himself at fair view, and explain away certain calumnies with which his enemies have poisoned the ears of the commissary; hopeth that i am in good health; and is my very obedient servant to command.

  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • What mattered a bridge across the hudson that was really less than the footprint of an ant at this height?

  • Evened
  • In game 4, brand posted 30 points, nine rebounds, and eight assists as the clippers evened the series.

  • Avon(Definition of avon)
  • He has reason to believe that he understands the common word "hung"; and then william shakespeare, esquire, of stratford-on-avon, gravely assures him that the tops of the tall sea waves were hung with deafening clamours on the slippery clouds.

  • Overt(Definition of overt)
  • But her guilt could not otherwise be brought home, and in her first parliament mary had restored the ancient, constitutional law of england, by which overt or spoken acts of treason must be proved, before any english person could be convicted as a traitor.

  • Ardent(Definition of ardent)
  • To which she made ardent answer, "always happy in your arms, o king."

  • Vent(Definition of vent)
  • "when night came i quitted my retreat and wandered in the wood; and now, no longer restrained by the fear of discovery, i gave vent to my anguish in fearful howlings.

  • Avesta(Definition of avesta)
  • While cities were few, it seems remarkable that the only copies of the avesta were burned.

  • Event(Definition of event)
  • Her husband was greatly alarmed on hearing of this untoward event.

  • Invent(Definition of invent)
  • There was a little joke between them that he was a magician, and so could do anything he liked; and it was one of his pleasures to invent plans to surprise her with enjoyments she had not thought of.

  • Ain't
  • It ain't in my reg'lar way o' business at all, but i'm so good-natured i can't say 'no.

  • Haven't
  • "o no, i haven't!

  • Agent(Definition of agent)
  • Why, dad, i've heard you yourself say that he was the best indian agent you ever knew.

  • Events
  • I'm thinking i'll know it again, at all events!

  • Oven(Definition of oven)
  • The heat was oppressive, and jack thought the ship was as hot as an oven.

  • Advent(Definition of advent)
  • It is usually sung during advent and lent.

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