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Correct spelling for DEFNEDANT
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Possible correct spellings for defnedant
- Defending(Definition of defending)
- Dependant(Definition of dependant)
- Dependent(Definition of dependent)
- Descendant(Definition of descendant)
- Defendant(Definition of defendant)
Red dog appointed some of the older boys to watch along the edge of the camp, while the warriors assembled in council to discuss plans for defending the village.
The modernist defendants everywhere had practically resolved on the same line of defence; on the same appeal from the mind of the sixteenth century to the mind of the twentieth; from creeds and formularies to history; from a dying to a living church.
The naybe, who thus became, in fact, the sovereign of the island, observing the great distance which separated him from the turks in arabia, whose garrisons were daily decaying; finding also that he was completely dependant upon abyssinia for provisions, and even for water, soon perceived that he had better make advances to a country from which he could obtain both sustenance and protection.
But, after some reflection, he said there was a mate of his who was not so dependent on grotait: he might be tempted perhaps to do something on his own hook, little being wrong with the trade, and threatened.
The descendant of the williamite ought to sympathise with the urgent patriotism and loyalty of the parliament, rather than dwell on its errors, or on the sufferings which civil war inflicted on his forefathers.
The second is whether the balance of evidence at the end of the trial is in favour of the plaintiff or the defendant.