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Possible correct spellings for blaent

  • Slant(Definition of slant)
  • That would she try: so forth she took her way, turning her face from the dishonour'd dell, adown the broadening eastward lawns, which lay in gentle slant, till suddenly they fell in sheer cliff: whence the path that went around, clomb by the bluffs, or e'er it downward wound beneath that precipice impassable.

  • Bleat(Definition of bleat)
  • Even my bleat reminds you of mary's pet.

  • Brant(Definition of brant)
  • Hartson brant paced the floor as he went on.

  • Talent(Definition of talent)
  • In an article he has contributed on this subject to the contemporary review, he uses as his motto the saying of m. renan that nature is injustice itself, and he would have society to correct not merely the inequalities which society may have itself had a share in establishing, but also the inequalities of talent or opportunity which are nature's own work.

  • Blaine
  • Say, what're you gettin' at, mr. blaine?

  • Blank(Definition of blank)
  • Truly it were better that i closed this book, and left the blank pages as they are.

  • Blatant(Definition of blatant)
  • And the simple old deity, to whom the language of their dialectic is strange, seems to think that the victory rests with the loudest voice and the most blatant self-assertion.

  • Blond(Definition of blond)
  • His nephew plunged into an animated talk with morton about blue-fishing, and the blond lady divided her attentions between molly and the baby, whose merry little outbursts soon won the two would-be fishermen from their discussion.

  • Brent(Definition of brent)
  • The judge brushed his eyes with his sleeve, and turned a defiant face upon captain elijah brent-then his voice broke.

  • Lent(Definition of lent)
  • National gallery; lent from arundel castle.

  • Bent(Definition of bent)
  • He bent at last and touched her.

  • Blind(Definition of blind)
  • The draught soon worked in him, and he began to move his head about, seeking me in his blind way, and then cried in his broken notes, "i have lost the use of my legs and cannot walk.

  • Bland(Definition of bland)
  • "maybe he did, at that," phinuit promptly surmised, with a bland eye.

  • Blast(Definition of blast)
  • Men awakened by the blast of the atom-gun were pouring out of the sunsprite, rushing after the two escaped men.

  • Bluet
  • The princess observing it, "bring that fricassee and that tart to poor bluet," said she; "see how he cries to have them."

  • Blat(Definition of blat)
  • Soon the gray dust-cloud took on a shade of blue in places where the smoke from the fires cut through; a new tang smote the nostrils: the rank odor of burning hair and searing hides; a new note crept into the clamoring roar: the low-keyed blat of pain and fright.

  • Planet(Definition of planet)
  • Shield off the planet from the rest that he be undisturbed in his thought.

  • Blend(Definition of blend)
  • The persons you will see here, their ways, their manners, their tone, will be examples for your imitation; copy them, not servilely nor indiscriminately, but as you will find how their traits will blend with your own nature.

  • Blunt(Definition of blunt)
  • "you are a sunburnt, healthy-looking little child, with no beauty to fash about," was nurse's blunt response.

  • Plant(Definition of plant)
  • 8. does a plant have a mouth?

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