Correct spelling for DEFICT

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Possible correct spellings for defict

  • Defector(Definition of defector)
  • Wright, an american sociologist and author, asserts that apostasy is a unique phenomenon and a distinct type of religious defection in which the apostate is a defector "who is aligned with an oppositional coalition in an effort to broaden the dispute, and embraces public claims-making activities to attack his or her former group.

  • Defects
  • The primitive races, indeed, have no respect for old age, and rid themselves unhesitatingly of it and of its defects.

  • Defiant(Definition of defiant)
  • Bertram had defended himself in one or two newspapers, had written his defiant letter to his friend at oxford, and then started to meet his father at paris.

  • Deduct(Definition of deduct)
  • In the circumstances i assume that you will deduct a proportion of his school fees for this term.

  • Defied
  • He had beaten pulaski britt at his own game, he had defied king spruce, and now he was willing to beard the tyrant in his own castle, and only asked their presence at his back in order that the sight of them might prove his assertions and aid to win some grace for all of them.

  • Defeat(Definition of defeat)
  • "there's a good deal of truth in that," said du portail, "but defeat to la peyrade, that's what i am thinking about."

  • Dict
  • Deft(Definition of deft)
  • Upon this the whole family was frighted, concluding that the boy had said that the house was a-fire: so they deft their cards above, and one would have got out of the balcone, but it was not open; the other went up to fetch down his children, that were in bed; so all got clear out of the house.

  • Detect(Definition of detect)
  • Evict(Definition of evict)
  • Deject(Definition of deject)
  • Defect(Definition of defect)
  • Perhaps if hoshiko had known of this defect in the character of arisuga, she might not have loved him.

  • Defunct(Definition of defunct)
  • The wonder of it was my magnificent resemblance to the defunct.

  • Depict(Definition of depict)
  • Deficit(Definition of deficit)
  • The balance of 1858 showed a deficit of nearly half a million sterling, which does not prevent the government from promising a surplus in the estimates of 1859. in order to fill up the gaps in the budget, the government has recourse to borrowing, sometimes openly, by a loan from the house of rothschild, sometimes secretly, by an issue of stock.

  • Deflect(Definition of deflect)
  • An obstruction to deflect air or other currents.