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Correct spelling for DEFFINATILY
We think the word deffinatily 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 deffinatily
- Defiant(Definition of defiant)
- Definitive(Definition of definitive)
- Finitely(Definition of finitely)
- Faintly(Definition of faintly)
- Defiantly(Definition of defiantly)
- Definite(Definition of definite)
- Definitely(Definition of definitely)
- Daintily(Definition of daintily)
- Definable(Definition of definable)
- Diffidently(Definition of diffidently)
He said this in a hard, reckless, defiant manner, then looked suddenly in jack's eyes, and inquired with an expression of curiosity how he came by the bag.
It is equally evident that protestantism cannot be imprisoned in any definitive form.
This answer excited violent murmurs: one member proposed, to declare, that the chamber would not proceed to constitute itself definitively, till it was furnished with the list, which it had required.
Before her mother she paused a moment, then looked up defiantly.
Thus by the combination of military and commercial interests and entanglements the web of destiny was woven and germany was hurried along a path which-though no definite war was yet in sight-was certain to lead to war.
He must definitely assure himself he was still abreast of it.
"for laughs," eileen sands said, and wrote daintily.
It was a distinction not definable in words, perhaps; nevertheless, it was as apparent there in that dining-room as elsewhere.