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Correct spelling for DIFFECT
We think the word diffect 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 diffect
- Affect(Definition of affect)
- Defeat(Definition of defeat)
- Deflect(Definition of deflect)
- Dissect(Definition of dissect)
- Defect(Definition of defect)
- Dovecot(Definition of Dovecot)
- Diffract(Definition of diffract)
- Direct(Definition of direct)
- Disaffect(Definition of disaffect)
- Difficult(Definition of difficult)
- Dialect(Definition of dialect)
- Effect(Definition of effect)
- Defector(Definition of defector)
Not to counsel with your wife on business matters that affect your mutual fortune is sheer stupidity.
The union troops were conscious of having met overwhelming forces and fought them to a stand-still, if not actual defeat.
Influences interfering with the free development of the anterior or posterior border of the parietal bone could only deflect upwards or downwards the marginal end of an incomplete parietal suture, or, at most, in a case of a short suture, render it oblique or curved in its entirety.
"another steel jacket will remedy that defect.
Her defects of education, of temper, or of conventional polish, were not discernible in the overflow of natural emotion.
Well, he would do no more about it, it was much too difficult.
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North korea continued to abduct south koreans into the 2000s, as is shown by the cases of reverend, kim dongsik (korean: 김동식), who was abducted on january 16, 2000, and jin gyeong-suk (korean: 진경숙), a north korean defector to south korea who was abducted on august 8, 2004, when she had returned to the china-north korea border region using her south korean passport.