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Correct spelling for EVENCE
We think the word evence 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 evence
- Fence(Definition of fence)
- Offence(Definition of offence)
- Essence(Definition of essence)
- Event(Definition of event)
- Evince(Definition of evince)
- Evener(Definition of Evener)
- Evenly(Definition of evenly)
- Oven(Definition of oven)
- Eunice(Definition of Eunice)
- Even(Definition of even)
- Evans(Definition of evans)
- Evenness(Definition of evenness)
- Defence(Definition of defence)
- Evidence(Definition of evidence)
- Avenue(Definition of avenue)
- Once(Definition of once)
- Fencer(Definition of fencer)
- Evinced(Definition of Evinced)
- Avenge(Definition of avenge)
There was a fence in front of him, but he could not bring himself up to it.
But the essence of the monologue is to bring what a man says and what he is into harmony.
When does a character begin to speak, that is, in answer to what,-as a result of what event, act, or word?
It was as far-reaching and as clear as usual, nor did his delivery evince failure of strength or of mental power.
When expanding mandrels are caused to expand by a wedge acting upon split sections of the mandrel, they rarely expand evenly and do not maintain a true cylindrical form.
He does not even trouble to give a reason.
A grim fraternity of cats kept whisking backwards and forwards in these dreary avenues, which i am apt to imagine is the very identical scene of a sabbath of witches at certain periods.
C. j. l. f. elkin, 1 n. j. t. e. evans, 52 pa.
"i fancy you'll be even more interested than i if i lose," he remarked in tones of a curious evenness that were somehow rather deadly.
The advocate for the defence sat down.
Skip is not at home, and we need his evidence.
Soon i should have to give in, for the horses made merry play down the avenue.
If he could not save her he would avenge her.