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Correct spelling for DEPUITY
We think the word depuity 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 depuity
- Deity(Definition of deity)
- Depart(Definition of depart)
- Depot(Definition of depot)
- Pity(Definition of pity)
- Depict(Definition of depict)
- Deputy(Definition of deputy)
- Despite(Definition of despite)
- Duty(Definition of duty)
- Putty(Definition of putty)
- Deposit(Definition of deposit)
- Deputize(Definition of deputize)
- Depute(Definition of depute)
- Tenuity(Definition of tenuity)
- Deport(Definition of deport)
A brief and yet satisfactory answer to the second question is not so easy, and we may best approach it by assuming the existence of a deity.
When shall we depart on this duty, sir?
Now aberdeen is the depot of the gordon highlanders.
Office chief naval operations, u. s. navy dept., washington, opnav 50e-1:113 pp., 1 map.
Let me not ask; not even now would barbara bear to think that it was written in pity for her.
It is unnecessary to depict what all the world knows.
When books were to be selected, was not the same object promoted by deputing to compile them protestant archbishops, presbyterian ministers, and other protestants, who banished from them everything catholic and national, and made them breathe a spirit of english supremacy and anti-catholic prejudice?
You shall not be asked to give her to me until the day when your election as a deputy of paris is assured.
This was supposed to refer to mr. bryan, who deputed a young friend, mr. lewis, to demand an explanation, or appoint a meeting.
His innermost being thrilled despite himself to the magic of her splendid womanhood.
From boyhood i never met a dutchman whom it was not my duty to knock down.
Nevertheless, for the present, elizabeth would give no better answer than the hot-tempered one which had already somewhat discomfited the deputies.
Honest, he's gone putty faced and panicky.
The officers and soldiers ere long rendezvoused again at fort deposit.
Djibouti: unicameral chamber of deputies or chambre des deputes (65 seats; members elected by popular vote for five-year terms)
Appoint, v. establish, prescribe, ordain, enjoin, assign, allot; deputize, depute, commission, delegate, nominate
The weak and broken condition of the continental regiments, the strong remonstrances of the general, the numerous complaints received from every quarter, determined congress to depute a committee to reside in camp during the winter, for the purpose of investigating the state of the army, and reporting such reforms as the public good might require.
Perhaps, as the imperfect respiration must cause a deficiency of air, and consequently of oxygen, in the lungs; and as the absorption of oxygen is a cause of solidity in many bodies, this tenuity of the blood may proceed from a deficient absorption of oxygen.
But, my dear lady, miss darnford has had those early advantages from conversation, which i had not; and so must never expect to know how to deport myself with that modest freedom and ease, which i know i want, and shall always want, although some of my partial favourers think i do not. for i am every day more and more sensible of the great difference there is between being used to the politest conversation as an inferior, and being born to bear a part in it: in the one, all is set, stiff, awkward, and the person just such an ape of imitation as poor i; in the other, all is natural ease and sweetness-like miss darnford.