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Correct spelling for EVEDINCE
We think the word evedince 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 evedince
- Avoidance(Definition of avoidance)
- Overdone(Definition of overdone)
- Audience(Definition of audience)
- Evince(Definition of evince)
- Obedience(Definition of obedience)
- Evidence(Definition of evidence)
No mother has an easy time, the most mothers have very hard times; and yet what true mother would barter her experience of joy and sorrow in exchange for a life of cold selfishness, which insists upon perpetual amusement and the avoidance of care, and which often finds its fit dwelling place in some flat designed to furnish with the least possible expenditure of effort the maximum of comfort and of luxury, but in which there is literally no place for children?
He has overdone his strength!
At the relenting evidenced by her back-coming, his dead hopes revive a little.
It was really upon the prophecies and their use in 'christian evidences.
This brought her audience all the way.
Why must a woman never evince a preference for the man she loves?"
The ready obedience was inspired more by the fear of a blow than love.
At all events the door opened again, almost at once and as noiselessly as before.
And doubtless that was why mary smith, after evading vaughan with a success beyond her hopes, felt as she followed her modest trunk through the streets that-but she bent her head to hide the unaccustomed tears.
He had stumbled in on her evening-for at that time people still had evenings-but knowing her wishes, he stayed till they were left alone together.
That will be evidence.