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Correct spelling for ENLIGHEN
We think the word enlighen 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 enlighen
- Enlarged(Definition of enlarged)
- Antigen(Definition of antigen)
- Engine(Definition of engine)
- Enlighten(Definition of enlighten)
- Enlarge(Definition of enlarge)
- Unladen(Definition of unladen)
- Allegheny(Definition of allegheny)
- Enliven(Definition of enliven)
- Enlarger(Definition of enlarger)
- Unlike(Definition of unlike)
- Enlarging(Definition of Enlarging)
- Antigone(Definition of antigone)
- Engineer(Definition of engineer)
The reconciliation-prospect was enlarged upon.
Solution of precipitin unites with its antigen ii. protein and causes its precipitation from solution.
Papa told us that some years ago, while it was in the course of construction, he came to see it; that as he was looking towards the end he perceived an engine coming along.
It was evidence in his favour: he scorned to enlarge upon it.
These men waited for them at the fork where the allegheny river joins the monongahela to form the ohio.
At any rate, he never attempted anything of the kind again, and merope, that queen of plaster, remains alone in his gallery, with, as we see in other galleries, merely some disjecta membra-"fragment of an antigone," "fragment of a dejaneira," grouped at her feet.
Besides, you needn't tell me he's anything more than a joke as an engineer."