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Correct spelling for DEFENDES
We think the word defendes 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 defendes
- Defend(Definition of defend)
- Defence(Definition of defence)
- Defender(Definition of defender)
- Defense(Definition of defense)
This is my opinion, and i shall defend it in the town-hall."
While the combatants were so confused together, the tiradores in the upper trenches had to hold their fire, but when the defenders gave way at last, those above could wait no longer.
His mere presence was a defence.
She knew then that there would never be any defender for her and her children except herself.
"then so are we," she dryly responded, at which all laughed, though the two women had spent much time of late on a small boat which daily made the round of the bay's defenses.
And when they came upon him hand to hand, he drew his sword, and made a defense for a long time, until at last he was cut under the knees and brought to the ground.
There's a good deal depends on this, jack."
The government does its work, defends itself.
"as i shall ever do when a great principle is to be defended.
This chapter is long and defines the whole obligations of the preachers of the word.