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Correct spelling for DEFINDE
We think the word definde 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 definde
- Defiance(Definition of defiance)
- Defiant(Definition of defiant)
- Deafened(Definition of deafened)
- Defend(Definition of defend)
- Defined(Definition of defined)
- Refined(Definition of refined)
- Defender(Definition of defender)
- Definite(Definition of definite)
- Defiled(Definition of defiled)
- Define(Definition of define)
Most of all, jim was moved by such a bold defiance of his authority.
203. scott, major, defends hastings, iii.
During this hour her spirit was by no means defiant, and her thoughts of herself anything but triumphant.
The scent of flowers met him, and he heard the soft splash of falling water; but just as the tapestry closed behind him, so wild and harsh a barking was heard that klaus heinrich, half deafened for a moment, stopped at the foot of the steps.
I shall defend thee, said the knight.
It was a place very well defined, he told himself, and by no means within that inner circle of his brain and heart wherein lay the few things in life sweet and precious to him.
But his authority was openly defied in many important cities within his jurisdiction by military chieftains who had taken the oaths of allegiance to leicester as governor, and who refused to renounce fidelity to the man who had deserted their country, but who had not resigned his authority.
The highly-bred, highly-refined, highly-accomplished young english beauties had no charm for him.
She, the defender of mag henderson, of all weak and helpless creatures, she had failed her own daughter!...
"that brings us to a point upon which i think we can expect definite intelligence," said he.
Six of the pirates were also found dead on her decks, their brains dashed out by the handspikes with which the seamen had defended themselves till shot down in detail.
"she bears no name save that which you defiled-it shall not be spoken here, though i honour it with my deepest heart-but look on this," and angus held out before him what he had drawn from his bosom as he spoke.
Together, these define a single kanji metacharacter.