Correct spelling for DEFENT

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Possible correct spellings for defent

  • Deafen
  • Smith and mrs piper, when they allow competent persons to study their mediumship, render more valuable services to society than do so many social encumbrances, so many flies on the wheel who deafen us with their buzzing?

  • Deafened
  • The roar of the trees deafened him, and the wind drove the snow into his eyes.

  • Decent
  • After all, if uncle arthur had been decent he, edward a. twist, never would have met these blessed children.

  • Defeat
  • And they who had never known defeat before answered to his call and came up again-a line of men for whom the bitterness of death was passed.

  • Defect
  • The defect of these small organizations, so far, has been that they have been prohibited from entering into competition with timber merchants, etc.

  • Defence
  • On defence of valley.

  • Defend
  • I shall defend the front myself, as i have been doing."

  • Defender
  • Tiney did the barking, while his defender caught the mastiff, and whipped him severely.

  • Defense
  • My understanding is that the men whom the nation is training there for the skilled defense of the republic, and who therefore must be developed into the very highest types of effective manhood, are taught to clean and polish their own shoes, make their own beds, care for their own guns, and do everything else for themselves.

  • Defiant
  • So long as he sees us looking at him he will maintain his defiant attitude.

  • Define
  • It is difficult, indeed, to define, or even to describe, my real feelings towards him.

  • Defined
  • So defined down to the waist, and then this thing that makes a parade of not following nature....

  • Definite
  • Give 'em my definite promise on that point!"

  • Deft
  • I trimmed hats at a small price, and added to my income in various manners, owing to my french taste and my deft fingers.

  • Defunct
  • At twelve-thirty o'clock the saturday before, as soon as the business of the day was closed, mr. john bailey, the cashier of the defunct bank, had taken his hat and departed.

  • Dent
  • "i saw something dark," he said briefly, "where there was a deep dent in the cloud."

  • Descent
  • He never noticed my descent, and it was accordingly possible that mr. bousefield would never notice his.

  • Detente
  • Deviant
  • Event
  • Defends
  • Deafens
  • Deafest
  • Became Valid