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Correct spelling for ESTUDENT
We think the word estudent 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 estudent
- Astatine(Definition of astatine)
- Astound(Definition of astound)
- Ascendant(Definition of ascendant)
- Student(Definition of student)
Astatine is also thought to be capable of forming cations in salts with oxyanions such as iodate or dichromate; this is based on the observation that, in acidic solutions, monovalent or intermediate positive states of astatine coprecipitate with the insoluble salts of metal cations such as silver(i) iodate or thallium(i) dichromate.
Lxvi "but when she looked on his face awhile, and saw how sweet he breathed, how still he lay, how his fair eyes though closed seemed to smile, at first she stayed, astound with great dismay, then sat her down, so love can art beguile, and as she sat and looked, fled fast away her wrath, that on his forehead gazed the maid, as in his spring narcissus tooting laid;
Once mercy found us Still You astound us– Come Emmanuel by Twila Paris
Though one prince seems still to have been allowed, or to have assumed, an ascendant over the whole, his authority, if it ought ever to be deemed regular or legal, was extremely limited; and each state acted as if it had been independent, and wholly separate from the rest.
The astuteness of william of orange had in this instance been deceived.
The first plane eastbound for chicago with room for you will be through at three o'clock this morning.
Her voice, astounded, had an echo's sound-faint, faint, scarcely to be heard, gone.
He was a law-student till 1680, when he took orders; and in 1687 became chancellor of connor.