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Correct spelling for EXITANT

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Possible correct spellings for exitant

  • Existent(Definition of existent)
  • The choir, chevet, and chapels, while existent to a visible and very beautiful degree, are somewhat overshadowed by the great size of the transepts.

  • Exigent
  • I might excuse my selfe in part, with a speech lycurgus used in the like exigent of state, senectute fio audacior, publica necessitate loquacior, but it much better becomes mee with all lowlinesse and uprightnesse, wherein i have failed to pray pardon on both my knees, which i most humbly and willingly doe; only, before i rise, i crave leave to present this six-fold petition.

  • Exiting
  • She finally frames a male dancer for cheating on his partner, by planting a g-string on his person; this results in his partner slapping him and exiting the dance floor.

  • Sextant(Definition of sextant)
  • It would be like chucking the sextant and the compass overboard.

  • Exultant(Definition of exultant)
  • The dark room in which she lay seemed to be haunted by delane's exultant eyes.

  • Extent(Definition of extent)
  • His only desire now was to learn the extent of her duplicity.

  • Oxidant
  • Oxidized cellulose may contain carboxylic acid, aldehyde, and/or ketone groups, in addition to the original hydroxyl groups of the starting material, cellulose, depending on the nature of the oxidant and reaction conditions.

  • Extend(Definition of extend)
  • He was not without chance of success, as it is called, with peggy- what woman can be pronounced safe, who ventures to extend to a young lover the encouragement of coquettish smiles?

  • Extant(Definition of extant)
  • There are three of the extant poems in which he has thus left his mark, namely two in the exeter book and one in the vercelli book.

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