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Correct spelling for MAGANIFICANT

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Possible correct spellings for maganificant

  • Significantly(Definition of significantly)
  • Sally looked at mrs. hastings significantly.

  • Magnified(Definition of magnified)
  • I looked at her again-i had been keeping my eyes away from her-but only to meet her magnified stare.

  • Magnification(Definition of magnification)
  • The visi-screen's useless against the invisibility of the asteroid; and the high magnification of this scope, with its resulting small field of view, will require us continually and methodically to search through a wide circle behind, in the attempt to pick up the asteroid, should it appear.

  • Mendicant(Definition of mendicant)
  • On the other hand, neither did the mendicant orders, instituted at a later date purposely to supply what the older orders, as well as the secular clergy, seemed to have grown incapable of furnishing, any longer satisfy the reason of their being.

  • Magnificently
  • We went to the far end of the ground where very few spectators were standing, for an oxford crowd always collect behind the goal of the visiting side, hoping magnificently that by those means they will see most of the game.

  • Significant(Definition of significant)
  • But a sudden stop, in speech as in music, is sometimes more significant than any stricken note.

  • Magnificence(Definition of magnificence)
  • When lota, feeling shy at the spectacle of this magnificence, proposed going into the garden, she hung back.

  • Magnifying(Definition of Magnifying)
  • Timocrates, not being able to force his way to the garrison that kept the castle, took horse, and fled out of the city, filling all the places where he came with fear and confusion, magnifying the amount of dion's forces, that he might not be supposed to have deserted his charge without good reason for it.

  • Magnificent(Definition of magnificent)
  • "yes, yes, a magnificent thing!

  • Munificent(Definition of munificent)
  • And then he might not choose to accept her munificent offer!

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