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Correct spelling for DECIENTCY
We think the word decientcy 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 decientcy
- Decent(Definition of decent)
- Decency(Definition of decency)
- Docent(Definition of Docent)
- Decently(Definition of decently)
- Descent(Definition of descent)
He paused a moment; then: "it was decent of you to let me into that secret," he observed.
Afterwards, in the third and fourth centuries it is applied by the roman and byzantine writers in a general sense, to those maritime germans whose piracies were the boldest, and whose descents upon the provinces of gaul and britain were most dreaded.
The old man thought i was really in love with her, and had her in to supper for my sake, so i was in common decency bound to play the lover.
The enormous migrations of mankind in the wildernesses of the world, the cities they found and the wars they wage, their ceaseless gatherings and dispersions and fusions, the doctrines they blindly follow, their mutual frauds and deceits, the cry of distress, the shriek of victory-are all a continuation of the beast in us: as if the education of man has been intentionally set back, and his promise of self-consciousness frustrated; as if, in fact, after yearning for man so long, and at last reaching him by her labour, nature should now recoil from him and wish to return to a state of unconscious instinct.
I could have declined the detail, but being a believer in the army's arrangement of indian affairs, i couldn't decently refuse."
Then, when death or sorrow makes its inevitable descent, the child is prepared to meet it, or knows, at any rate, the spirit in which it ought to be met.