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Correct spelling for DEFEN
We think the word defen 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 defen
- Define(Definition of define)
- Fen(Definition of fen)
- Defence(Definition of defence)
- Defer(Definition of defer)
- Den(Definition of den)
- Teen(Definition of teen)
- Deafen(Definition of deafen)
- Defy(Definition of defy)
- Dean(Definition of dean)
- Defend(Definition of defend)
- Defense(Definition of defense)
- Defoe(Definition of defoe)
- Devon(Definition of devon)
Something which he could not define had changed the atmosphere.
After a small dinner and a little discourse i away to the crowne behind the exchange to sir w. pen, captain cocke and fen, about getting a bill of cocke's paid to pen, in part for the east india goods he sold us.
News had reached his ears, that an artist had fallen in the defence of the city.
Martha inquired, as if she were willing to shift the topic from what would exact continued speech from her, and at least defer her colleagues' satisfaction.
He hides in his den, but not at home will not always do.
Or you could simply load it with some disgusting goo and key it to teen-agers as a group-that'd take care of them.
Allow us to arrange with them first, and do not deafen m. le vicomte with your chattering.
Evelyn's conduct in daring to defy lady frances had been the amusement of the servants' hall that morning.
Dean hasn't any dignity."
Still, he was prepared to defend himself by every means in his power.
And while this was going on the captain completed, in his own mind, the plan of the defense.
"we were not," defoe said afterwards, "destitute of language, but we were made masters of english; and more of us excelled in that particular than of any school at that time."
Duke yonge, vicar of cornwood, devon, of the old family of yonges of puslinch.