Correct spelling for ISENT

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Possible correct spellings for isent

  • Ascent(Definition of ascent)
  • On the morrow, before break of day, we set out for the ascent of the mountain.

  • Absent(Definition of absent)
  • My dearest lady, he'll be company for you while i am absent.

  • Cent(Definition of cent)
  • Now, i am doctor enough to stand by you in what you decide if you say you can cure her, and if she gets well, i'll pay every cent of the bill, but if she don't, the lord will just have to help us all, though i suppose i'll have to take care of her as long as she lives for she won't have a cent after she gets through with this."

  • Ascend(Definition of ascend)
  • To do effective work the hostile batteries would have to cross young's branch, ascend the henry hill, and come into action within five hundred yards of jackson's line.

  • Sent(Definition of sent)
  • 98. it came from they them who whom should not have sent it.

  • Dissent(Definition of dissent)
  • "i dissent from judge marsden's decision now, most emphatically," replied hemstead.

  • Assent(Definition of assent)
  • And as to seeing the man,-ah, yes, if she could do so with her father's assent!

  • Insert(Definition of insert)
  • We insert the poem at this point: 1. be a man from early to late when you rise in the morning till you go to bed be a man.

  • Inset(Definition of inset)
  • The severely paneled walls, the fine chimney-piece with an old master inset and framed by a grinling gibbons carving, the absence of the usual mantel shelf, the plain dining-table and the fine old lion chairs all go to make up a georgian room of great distinction.

  • Isn't
  • It isn't anything at all.

  • Send(Definition of send)
  • Cowardy, cowardy cus-" "why don't you send that kid home?"

  • Islet(Definition of islet)
  • To-day, when i have ascertained our position exactly, we shall steer for bennet islet.

  • Resent(Definition of resent)
  • He began to resent wagg's contemptuous silence in regard to details.

  • Usenet
  • Inert(Definition of inert)
  • And then i nearly fainted, for instead of the dreadful, inert resistance of lifeless clay, the foot wriggled and tried to kick at me.

  • Int
  • First int. t. i did say so, i believe; but you had better make it second class all through, and i can always pay the difference if i want to.

  • Unsent(Definition of unsent)
  • Scent(Definition of scent)
  • The lupin fields were in their full glory, and their peculiar orange scent met her all along the way.