Correct spelling for DEFINITES

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Possible correct spellings for definites

  • Deflates
  • Denotes
  • And if the abstract to which we are to proceed denotes thought apart from things, the goal recommended is formal and empty, for effective thought always refers, more or less directly, to things.

  • Defined(Definition of defined)
  • The slopes and swales around the lonely outpost grow more and more visible, the distant ridge more sharply defined against the southern sky.

  • Definers
  • Definitely(Definition of definitely)
  • "no." "definitely over, is it?"

  • Defences
  • Affinities
  • Our personal affinities, likings, and circumstances, have great power to sway our estimate of this or that poet's work, and to make us attach more importance to it as poetry than in itself it really possesses, because to us it is, or has been, of high importance.

  • Deviants
  • Definitive(Definition of definitive)
  • In this view it is deemed important to hold military possession of all the provinces which have been taken until a definitive treaty of peace shall have been concluded and ratified by the two countries.

  • Ill-Fortunes
  • Be-Draggles
  • Delineates
  • Deviates
  • 276. at this point the route now followed deviates somewhat from the line of our ascent, and goes more directly up to the part of the north-east ridge upon which the cabane is placed.

  • Defines
  • Definite(Definition of definite)
  • He seemed to have resolved his life into a definite purpose.

  • Defoliates
  • Defenders
  • Defenses
  • "the gentlemen who hold dominion have their own defenses against competition.

  • Divinities
  • O'er all in every fane, her honours first arise from men-the eldest of divinities.

  • Dainties(Definition of Dainties)
  • The dogs innumerable, put up their noses as the dealers in such dainties passed near them, and many of them set up longing howls when a citizen's wife came by with her slaves, carrying in their baskets freshly killed fowls, and juicy meats to roast for the festival, among heaps of vegetables and fruits.

  • Deficits
  • Defends
  • What confidence is there for the churches of britain if saint cuthbert, with so great a company of saints, defends not his own?

  • Definiteness(Definition of definiteness)
  • Analogy with the accuracy and definiteness of mathematical combinations gives us such expressions as calculate, reckon, account for; and even reason itself-ratio.