Correct spelling for DEFENITELLY
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Possible correct spellings for defenitelly
She flung back her head defiantly.
So woman, no longer the pioneer, no longer the defender of the house, no longer the economist, blossoms-as what?
This, however, sir thomas did gain,-that before he left his son's room it was definitely settled,-that tom should take his departure on the friday, going down to liverpool by an afternoon train on that day.
The american people, the largest and most immediately concerned of the neutral nations, should afford more significant evidence of the changes in the popular attitude likely to follow from a growing realisation of this state of the case, that the advantage has passed definitively to any well prepared and resolute offensive, and that no precautions of diplomacy and no practicable measures of defensive armament will any longer give security,-provided always that there is anywhere a national power actuated by designs of imperial dominion.
Here, if anywhere, she now hoped once more to find comfort, some happy suggestion, and perhaps some definite assistance.
But all was done gravely and decently.
Up went the gun. there was a blue-white spurt, and the report clashed deafeningly within the narrow quarters.