Correct spelling for DEFENDNAT

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Possible correct spellings for defendnat

  • Defending(Definition of defending)
  • Neither is this plausible pretence of defending a prince injur'd upon the score of religion, very consistent with their conduct, in regard of the turk.

  • Dependant(Definition of dependant)
  • Still it was difficult for so stirring a personage as the duchess altogether to abandon court intrigue, and probably for the purpose of obtaining some shadow of that influence which she might afterwards turn into substance, she contrived to obtain for her correspondent and dependant, mrs clayton, the place of bedchamber-woman to caroline, wife of the heir-apparent.

  • Defendant(Definition of defendant)
  • When the words kenneth of scotland announced the name and character of the champion, hitherto scarce generally known, a loud and cheerful acclaim burst from the followers of king richard, and hardly, notwithstanding repeated commands of silence, suffered the reply of the defendant to be heard.

  • Descendant(Definition of descendant)
  • In that case, such a contingency as i have above hinted at-i mean the existence of any legitimate descendant of stephen dreddlington-might have a most serious effect upon the rights of mr. aubrey."

  • Defended
  • Niagara was never attacked, and detroit itself was successfully defended by major gladwin, a fearless soldier; but all the other forts and posts very soon fell into the hands of the indians, who massacred the garrisons in several places.

  • Dependent(Definition of dependent)
  • In africa, the disturbances led to the wiping out of carthage; in greece to the complete subjection of the dependent states; in the far east, a new parthian power arose under mithridates.

  • Defendants
  • Chesham and darwen, his co-defendants in the arches suit, with whom he had been in constant correspondence throughout the winter, came to discuss a few last points and understandings; treherne, the dear old scholar in whose house they had met to draw up the manifesto, under the shadow of the cathedral, pressed his hand and launched a latin quotation; rollin, fat, untidy and talkative as ever, could not refrain from "interviewing" meynell, for a weekly paper; while derrick, the socialist and poet, talked to him in a low voice and with eyes that blazed, of certain "brotherhoods" that had been spreading the modernist faith, and modernist sacraments among the slums of a great midland town.