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Correct spelling for DEFENIT

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Possible correct spellings for defenit

  • Deafen
  • "go away and don't deafen a body," said jerry, and prepared to sink again.

  • Deafened
  • Nathan haynes had begun to accustom himself to the roar of the flood that had formerly deafened him.

  • Deafening
  • The big "gorda" had just rung, deafening the bystanders.

  • Decent
  • By none at all; but it's only decent to tell you the risk you're running; now if you come to grief, i certainly shan't feel sorry.

  • Defeat
  • Every day seems to bring news of defeat.

  • Defect
  • But when he has altered them and fixed them in place again, he knows at once that the defect was not in them after all.

  • Defence
  • The successful defence of alkmaar did even more.

  • Defend
  • Will you defend me?

  • Defender
  • For, indeed, it seems the first and paramount law, that he that wants a defender, is naturally a subject to him that is able to defend: as mariners, though in a calm or in the port they grow insolent, and brave the pilot, yet when a storm comes, and danger is at hand, they all attend, and put their hopes in him.

  • Defending
  • Westover had to break the silence that followed, and he found himself defending jeff, though somehow not for jeff's sake.

  • Defense
  • And a defense had been found which was complete.

  • Defiant
  • "nay, sire," he cried, in a voice which rang defiant in the roof, and seemed to challenge alike the living and the dead, "if all deny the deed, yet will not i!

  • Deficit
  • The annual expenditures had increased by $119,000,000 between 1880 and 1893, while the revenue had expanded by only half that amount; the surplus had decreased every year during harrison's administration and a deficit had been avoided only by the cessation of payments on the public debt; the supply of currency in circulation was being heavily increased by the operation of the sherman law; and the gold reserve had been kept at the traditional amount only through extraordinary efforts on the part of harrison's secretary of the treasury as the administration came to a close.

  • Define
  • And, if he bears this consideration in mind, i feel sure that he cannot properly complain of my not having done my utmost in this case to define as sharply as possible the character and the limits of this margin.

  • Defined
  • The features were large, clearly defined, and perfect in shape, proportion, and outline.

  • Definite
  • It is due to two definite reasons.

  • Deft
  • The slight dressing that her wound now required was covered by a deft arrangement of her hair.

  • Defunct
  • Lovely orphan's travelling companion or governess discovered to be live sister of defunct travelling companion or governess of lady mary.

  • Dent
  • The dent made in the path by bob's body was on exhibition until the next snow-storm.

  • Descent
  • He is of royal descent through the de biduns.

  • Detente
  • Deviant
  • Event
  • Feint
  • Defended
  • Defends
  • Deafens
  • Deafest
  • Defenced
  • Beating Ups
  • Became Valid
  • Holds With