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Correct spelling for OBEADIANT
We think the word obeadiant is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for obeadiant
- Abundant(Definition of abundant)
- Obeisant(Definition of Obeisant)
- Obtain(Definition of obtain)
- Aberrant(Definition of aberrant)
- Evident(Definition of evident)
- Obediently(Definition of obediently)
- Ibadan(Definition of ibadan)
- Ordinate(Definition of ordinate)
- Obedient(Definition of obedient)
- Obedience(Definition of obedience)
- Obstinate(Definition of obstinate)
For the object they serve, that of turning a searchlight upon the government, and keeping the public informed of its conduct, they are abundant.
There is hence inferred a powerful argument against the limitation of families, which means a disproportionate increase amongst the aberrant members of the population.
As they spoke only in low mutterings, and advanced with stealthy steps, it was evident they expected to surprise the lovers, on the spot they had so recently quitted.
Flavia rose obediently turned her gaze toward the players, and upon the indicated man it halted, arrested.
Gladly they would have remained and died at ibadan, but for the knowledge that their work could now be better carried on by younger missionaries.
Thereupon she insisted no further, but showed herself obedient and respectful of the decision which guillaume had arrived at.
152; declares for passive obedience, 170; vii.