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Correct spelling for DASEN'T
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Possible correct spellings for dasen't
- Ascent(Definition of ascent)
- Docent(Definition of Docent)
- Daunt(Definition of daunt)
- Decent(Definition of decent)
- Desert(Definition of desert)
- Descent(Definition of descent)
- Sent(Definition of sent)
- Dissent(Definition of dissent)
- Assent(Definition of assent)
- Dent(Definition of dent)
- Nascent(Definition of nascent)
- Descend(Definition of descend)
We left the trail at 3 o'clock and tramped until nearly sundown before we began to make the ascent, always keeping our eyes on that green spot.
She would not confess, and she could not deny, so she simply dropped her eyelids and refused to answer; but a little thing like that would not daunt will dudley, and he went on talking as if she had thanked him as graciously as possible.
What do you mean by decent?
He judged roughly that desert valley was as near as quigley.
After this abrupt descent of more than 2,000 feet, the roads generally slope towards the low land of barka.
It marked a great departure when huxley began vigorously to dissent from these views.
I was doubtful as to the wisdom of this, and was persuaded only by graeme's eager assent to my proposal.
"pansy," said dent next afternoon, as they were in the woods together, "you have won my mother's heart."
But now, dear, we must descend from generalities to facts.