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Correct spelling for DIFFERNATE
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Possible correct spellings for differnate
- Deflate(Definition of deflate)
- Defeat(Definition of defeat)
- Dissenter(Definition of dissenter)
- Defend(Definition of defend)
- Denote(Definition of denote)
- Deafened(Definition of deafened)
- Defender(Definition of defender)
- Discerned(Definition of Discerned)
- Donate(Definition of donate)
- Defence(Definition of defence)
- Defense(Definition of defense)
- Defeated(Definition of defeated)
- Definite(Definition of definite)
- Detonate(Definition of detonate)
- Defiant(Definition of defiant)
- Different(Definition of different)
- Dissent(Definition of dissent)
- Diamante(Definition of diamante)
- Diffident(Definition of diffident)
- Deviate(Definition of deviate)
- Durante(Definition of durante)
Other times the purpose served by members of a clown society is only to parody excessive seriousness, or to deflate pomposity.
That don't mean defeat.
You are always ready to defend him.
Their loud and vain-glorious professions of resolve; their bombastic proclamations; their short, passionate and revolutionary governments; their personal rivalries and universal anarchy, denote impulsive tempers utterly incapable of sustained self-rule or resistance.
One was occupied in greeting friends, struck by changes in faces, deafened by the noise and movement.
The middle of 1860, however, was not a time for huxley, in his capacity as darwin's chief defender, to make truce with the enemy.
Miss metoaca was to be the first witness for the defence, and he had promised to escort her to the trial.
Remember no shooting, no blood-letting, except in self-defense.
These three army corps were the first, the second, and the third, and, as we have just seen, they were defeated.
During this time a definite promise was made by madame hanska, that she would marry him if she became a widow.
He started up, defiant.