Correct spelling for DEFENATLEY

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Possible correct spellings for defenatley

  • Defender(Definition of defender)
  • "i have one defender," he said, soberly.

  • Decently(Definition of decently)
  • Act fairly, my beppo, and let us go up to the signorina together decently."

  • Dentally
  • Defended
  • He defended himself against them, and struck out wildly both at them and at me when i approached him, but of course he was quickly overpowered and bound.

  • Definitely(Definition of definitely)
  • "yet," she continued definitely, "if this person possessed that which was essential to wong ts'in's prosperity, and wong ts'in held that which was necessary for this one's tranquillity, a locked bolt would be upon the one until the other was pledged in return."

  • Definite(Definition of definite)
  • Tarbes, 31 aug 1811. he wrote no definite work against priestcraft or superstition, but the whole tendency of his writings is pagan.

  • Deftly(Definition of deftly)
  • The giggles that had so disturbed dr. lavinski's peace of mind increased in volume, as the dancer executed a particularly daring passeul and, turning a double somersault, landed deftly on her bare toes.

  • Definable(Definition of definable)
  • -some sets of measures will give trouble, but the greater proportion can apparently be catalogued with so much certainty, that if a second set of measures of any individual be afterwards taken, no tedious search will be needed to hunt out the former set. including the bodily marks and photographs, let us rate the bertillon method as able to cope with a register of 20,000 adults of the same sex, with a small and definable, but as yet unknown, average dose of difficulty, which we will call x.

  • Defiantly(Definition of defiantly)
  • He never said nothing again' it; answered the boy, defiantly, trying to shift responsibility to the old porter, the most trusted servant of the house.