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Possible correct spellings for deneid

  • Dentin(Definition of dentin)
  • Depend(Definition of depend)
  • Deceit(Definition of deceit)
  • "deceit is deceit," repeated klea after the smith when he had left the hall and she had emerged from her corner.

  • Dinned
  • Denote(Definition of denote)
  • His face was hardly to be termed prepossessing, but it certainly did not denote the ruthless ferocity which the nature of the task he had undertaken would require, and which he exercised in its accomplishment.

  • Dented(Definition of dented)
  • A dented lard-pail without a handle did meagre duty as a teakettle, and balanced upon a corner of the stove was a dirty frying pan. the fire had gone dead and the room was chill with the rising of the wind.

  • Tenet(Definition of tenet)
  • Denier(Definition of denier)
  • ) disagreeing with one or more of the reports three main conclusions, and each has been described in reliable sources as a climate skeptic, denier, or in disagreement with any of the three main conclusions.

  • Deneb
  • The system bore the traditional names deneb algedi, derived from the arabic ذنب الجدي (ðanab al-jady), meaning "the tail of the goat", referring to the fishlike tail of the celestial sea-goat capricorn, and scheddi.

  • Downed
  • Tuned(Definition of tuned)
  • Dawned
  • It was several moments before the leader understood he was wanted, and when this fact dawned upon him he followed, meeting the boy a few yards from the entrance.

  • Tend(Definition of tend)
  • Defend(Definition of defend)
  • You know how easy it is to hurt me; and i'm too small to defend myself against johnny.

  • Denied
  • I neither denied nor admitted anything.

  • Dunned(Definition of Dunned)
  • Defied
  • You've defied the laws of the county!"

  • Denis
  • In 1791, some antiquities which constituted part of the treasure of st. denis, were brought hither from that abbey.

  • Dinged
  • Denies
  • He who the promise he hath given denies, will find the world most justly him despise; be cautious then how thou a promise make, but, having made it, ne'er that promise break.

  • Enid
  • Deed(Definition of deed)
  • The conspirators shuddered and agreed to do the deed.

  • Denim(Definition of denim)
  • If cushions are desired they can be made up quite cheaply of elastic felt covered with denim cloth.

  • Dennis
  • Dr. dennis questioned, as that personage peeped her head in at the door.

  • Darned
  • As sure as i sit here, i'm going to tell you the truth-every gol darned last word of it."

  • Dent(Definition of dent)
  • London j. m. dent & co. aldine house 29 & 30 bedford street 1899 w. c.

  • Dined(Definition of Dined)
  • Aeneid(Definition of aeneid)
  • Perhaps connected with the national character of the aeneid is the strong religious motive which animates the whole.

  • Donned
  • Devoid(Definition of devoid)
  • Denude(Definition of denude)
  • Toned(Definition of toned)
  • Adenoid(Definition of adenoid)
  • An enlarged adenoid, or adenoid hypertrophy, can become nearly the size of a ping pong ball and completely block airflow through the nasal passages.

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