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Possible correct spellings for inscent

  • Insert(Definition of insert)
  • It has been said that those most unmistakable verses on "the blind mole" are not such as any man could insert into another man's work, or slip in between the lines of an inferior poet: and that they occur naturally enough in a speech of no particular excellence.

  • Inst(Definition of inst)
  • On monday the 7th inst.

  • Innocent(Definition of innocent)
  • Sorry if i alarmed you, innocent!

  • Indent(Definition of indent)
  • The indian army has placed an indent for 275 armoured tracked ambulances.

  • Unset(Definition of Unset)
  • Onset(Definition of onset)
  • For the present there seemed to be a pause, with no open onset, but people on the shore expecting, each according to his wishes, and the feel of his own finger, whence the rush of wind should come which might direct the water.

  • Insanity(Definition of insanity)
  • The revelation of the coffin merchant's insanity came to eustace with a certain relief.

  • Isn't
  • It isn't you, is it?

  • Insurgent(Definition of insurgent)
  • The senate failed to act on the bill until the next session of the new congress when it was passed in july with twelve insurgent and twelve regular republicans against it.

  • Insane(Definition of insane)
  • She had conceived an insane idea of nobility in tinman that blinded her to his face, figure, and character-his manners, likewise.

  • Indecent(Definition of indecent)
  • So characteristic, after living away all these years; though madame de maluet has tried to make ellaline believe he's coming back to settle down because of a letter she wrote, reminding him respectfully that after nineteen it's almost indecent for a girl to be kept at school.

  • Insect(Definition of insect)
  • If possible, have the pupils observe the insect in the act of placing the eggs, one here and one there, on the under surface of the leaves of the plants, noting the busy movements; discuss the advantage of scattering the eggs, and also that of placing them on the under surface of the leaves.

  • Anent(Definition of Anent)
  • There's mony ane doobtless wad be ready eneuch wi' the siller anent what ye hae wantin' 't!

  • Incest(Definition of incest)
  • He is ready to commit incest with his sister, whose physical charm appeals to him; but she is not sufficiently emancipated for that, so he advises her to get married with a friend who loves her, before the child is born.

  • Vincent
  • Insolent(Definition of insolent)
  • His haggard face was flushed with insolent confidence, an' th' cowa'dice in his face showed in his fearless eye.

  • Nascent(Definition of nascent)
  • Charles v. was determined to crush the nascent spirit of liberty in that portion of his dominions, and inaugurated a persecution by which 50,000 people lost their lives.

  • Incident(Definition of incident)
  • "here basil's narrative was interrupted by a singular incident.

  • Unsent(Definition of unsent)
  • Inset(Definition of inset)
  • The brooch and pin were cast in silver with exquisite geometric and zoomorphic interlace patterns and inset with three green-glass cabochon gems (one of which is missing).

  • Instant(Definition of instant)
  • Give me the key this instant."

  • Intent(Definition of intent)
  • The new planters, intent only on profit and gain, thought with the french peasant of an after-date, that, for landed estate to produce its full value, "there is nothing like the eye of a master."

  • Unspent(Definition of unspent)
  • Unscented
  • Ascent(Definition of ascent)
  • He has made an ascent of the two highest in the world, and has climbed many others for purposes of study.

  • Innocents
  • The turf was powdered white as snow with innocents, and there were violets.

  • Invent(Definition of invent)
  • No matter how long the night, nor how bitter the struggle, morning always found her bright and cheerful, bending every effort to invent new diversions for her husband.

  • Ancient(Definition of ancient)
  • Blyth scudamore's mother wept a little, for ancient troubles and present pleasure.

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