Correct spelling for INOSENCE

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Possible correct spellings for inosence

  • Essence(Definition of essence)
  • In reading a translated poem we wish to have as much of the essence of the original, that is, as much of the poetry, as possible.

  • Incense(Definition of incense)
  • The sorrowful incense of nature in decay cast a spell of sadness over her, even of fear, lest after all she were doing a wrong thing, making a mistake which could never be amended.

  • Incidence(Definition of incidence)
  • Married life seems to have no effect as regards the incidence of the disease, but it often happens that a breast which gave trouble during the period of suckling becomes later the subject of cancer; in other cases there is a clear history of the attack having followed an injury.

  • Insane(Definition of insane)
  • And strangest and most startling of all, she learned that arthur stuart's insane wife was her half-sister.

    I'm going insane, all I do is complain.

    – Self-Pity by Afi
  • Instance(Definition of instance)
  • A short term of imprisonment appears to have been the punishment inflicted on the parties in this instance.

  • Absence(Definition of absence)
  • A dream came, and he saw the old farm-house in sad confusion, caused by his absence,-the women crying, the men sober, all anxious, and all making ready to come and look for him.

  • Nascence
  • Insolence(Definition of insolence)
  • It was a wretched display of insolence and cowardice.

  • Innocence(Definition of innocence)
  • But the banquet which, in her unsuspecting innocence she proposed, seemed to me a horrible meal.

    I declare my innocence, I'm worth more than 60 pence

    – I Can Drive by Shakespear's Sister
  • Nonsense(Definition of nonsense)
  • Intense(Definition of intense)
  • At the first mention of the name his daughter, a child of fifteen or sixteen now, but at no distant day to become a woman, all at once, stole a look at him, remarkable for its intense and searching character.