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Correct spelling for DEFENITE

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Possible correct spellings for defenite

  • Beating Ups
  • Deafened
  • She accompanied him out along the cliff crest until they stood in the midst of the bird colony, half deafened by their harsh clamor..

  • Decent
  • "i'm tired of your old clothes; i want you to look decent for once..

  • Defeat
  • Another thing that helped to defeat him in this hurried election was his love of animals and his dislike of hard work..

  • Defeated
  • The south was defeated, he said, and the north would now make good its threat to drive out the french..

  • Defect
  • Of this defect i did not fail to take what poor advantage lay in my power..

  • Defence
  • Use it only when you are in need of that defence.".

  • Defenced
  • Defend
  • You are more intelligent than that, you are not going to defend taboureau as barroux did..

  • Defended
  • Defender
  • In the meantime the achaeans assembled at aegium, and called for aratus; but it was very hazardous for him to pass thither, while cleomenes was encamped before sicyon; besides, the citizens endeavored to stop him by their entreaties, protesting that they would not suffer him to expose himself to so evident danger, the enemy being so near; the women, also, and children hung about him, weeping and embracing him as their common father and defender..

  • Defending
  • In relation to the wall across the isthmus it has been thought to have been the means of defending one part of the work, should an enemy gain entrance to the other..

  • Defends
  • Defense
  • Whenever an english-language service had been lately introduced it had been done under the pressure either of the members of the congregation or of the state council of defense..

  • Defiant
  • She made no excuse, but something a little defiant began to grow in her eyes..

  • Define
  • To define the attitude of the press is in modern times to define the attitude of the state..

  • Defined
  • The clearly defined trail of the sidewalk leading to the troop room, where a few words of explanation might have straightened everything out, was not the trail for tom slade, scout..

  • Definite
  • She was asked many questions, but to her own received no definite reply; she had better look in again the next morning..

  • Definitely
  • I will let you see me shoot before i definitely choose weapons..

  • Definitive
  • Through all these governments, and in spite of their different results for their contemporary subjects, the fact already pointed out as the general and definitive characteristic of that long epoch, to wit, the moral and social decadence of gaul as well as of the roman empire, never ceased to continue and spread..

  • Defunct
  • Walk right into the corridor of livin' marvels and defunct curiosities!.

  • Denote
  • But though berkeley waited patiently for developments which should denote the realisation of his hopes, he waited always in vain..

  • Detente
  • Finite
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