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Correct spelling for DEFINATILY
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Possible correct spellings for definatily
- Defiant(Definition of defiant)
- Defiantly(Definition of defiantly)
- Definable(Definition of definable)
- Definitely(Definition of definitely)
- Deftly(Definition of deftly)
- Daintily(Definition of daintily)
- Definitive(Definition of definitive)
- Definite(Definition of definite)
- Finitely(Definition of finitely)
Eleanor looked tired, but not in the least disturbed or defiant.
Defiantly sakr-el-bahr answered him: she is my wife.
Wherefore evolution is definable as the process of the individuation of deity in and through humanity.
The perceived, but untranslatable expression of the doctor's eyes and voice was the real foundation of her hope, and that she had not definitely and consciously noted-to explain it was impossible.
Not a force in the world could have kept them down, for she was deftly touching cords that stirred other forces-subtle, mysterious, mesmeric, which the old east understands-which muhammad the prophet understood when he harnessed evil in the shafts with men and wrote rules for their driving in a book.
Ah, give it to him, all i can give, and this my maiden-zone, not daintily adorned, as once erewhile.
One point, however, was definitively gained in connection with jurisprudence, the recognition of the british supreme court as a means of discharging treaty obligations.
Then debating the matter with the cardinals, he, by a definitive sentence, damned and cassated forever the charter of liberties, and sent the king a bull containing that sentence at large."
It is necessary to observe that du maurier found definite lines with his pencil for something so abstract as broad-churchmanship.