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Correct spelling for DOSSENT
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Possible correct spellings for dossent
- Dissent(Definition of dissent)
- Assent(Definition of assent)
- Dissenter(Definition of dissenter)
- Dessert(Definition of dessert)
- Decent(Definition of decent)
- Descent(Definition of descent)
- Docent(Definition of Docent)
"never," replied bias in a tone of dissent.
Murray looked a gracious assent, for the tear of mercy was infectious.
He was not a dissenter by imitation, nor from any deep principle or obstinate heresy; nor was he made servile and obedient by formal logic alone.
It's four o'clock, and you know what your father said about having them done before you come down to dessert."
-any person who believes that an injustice has been done, or who dissents from the decision of any authorized executive officer of the association, may enter a protest on depositing $1 with said officer.
You have had things put into your head, here, which no boy of your age ought to know-i'll say more, which no decent people would have let you know."
She knew herself in a better shelter, yes, and in a better cheer; and yet sometimes, as i said, an odd feeling of loss and descent would come over her as she entered major street esther was working hard these days, which no doubt had something to do with this.