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Correct spelling for DEFERANCE
We think the word deferance is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for deferance
- Defense(Definition of defense)
- Difference(Definition of difference)
- Severance(Definition of severance)
- Reference(Definition of reference)
- Deference(Definition of deference)
- Deliverance(Definition of deliverance)
- Deviance(Definition of deviance)
- Defence(Definition of defence)
- Defiance(Definition of defiance)
- Durance(Definition of durance)
I wish it were, but it isn't, and i haven't been able to think of any one that i want to see take up his defense.
Bowser never knows the difference.
As soon as charley sanderson proposes, i will see what can be done with mr. archie severance.
Dick gives us another touching reference to his mother.
Down with fair france!"
Both these youths seemed to be well known and respected, to judge from the deference shown them by their fellow passengers.
Terrance farrelly, who had been appointed as adjutant general in 1823, was living in arkansas county and serving as the sherriff of that county.
So sudden had been his deliverance, he could not realize it.
Organizational retaliatory behavior (orb) is a form of workplace deviance.
Is mine to be the only voice raised in her defence?
There was a settled defiance in the expression of geoffrey's face, which arnold was quite at a loss to understand.
Lady rodwell blachington observed to colney durance: 'mr. radnor bids fair to become the idol of the english people.