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Correct spelling for OPPUNTINTY

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Possible correct spellings for oppuntinty

  • Intent(Definition of intent)
  • Miss aldclyffe's eyes and thoughts were so intent upon the miniature that she had not been conscious of cytherea's start of surprise.

    Wholesome dreams of addiction cause friction - bad feelings good intent - It's my demonic habit tastes like hell but it feels so heaven sent

    – No Sleep by Slutbox
  • Appointment(Definition of appointment)
  • So to other places by the way about small businesses, and so home, and after looking over all my workmen, i went by water and land to deptford, and there found by appointment sir w. batten, but he was got to mr. waith's to dinner, where i dined with him, a good dinner and good discourse, and his wife, i believe, a good woman.

  • Spontaneity(Definition of spontaneity)
  • As is so often the case in predella pictures, especially with signorelli's, the spontaneity and freedom of execution, and even of conception, is much greater here than in the more carefully thought-out and finished works.

  • Entente(Definition of entente)
  • Peace was proclaimed, and peace was reigning; and the proper british feeling of contempt for snivelly frenchmen, which produces the entente cordiale, had replaced the wholesome dread of them.

  • Opportunity(Definition of opportunity)
  • He was not even given an opportunity to meet nebuchadrezzar on the battlefield in a single engagement.

  • Inpatient(Definition of inpatient)
  • Establishment of antimicrobial programs within acute care hospital settings reduction of inappropriate antibiotic prescription and use by at least 50% in outpatient settings and 20% inpatient settings establishment of state antibiotic resistance (ar) prevention programs in all 50 states elimination of the use of medically important antibiotics for growth promotion in food-producing animals.

  • Appending
  • In appending the memorial to his "letter to washington," paine would naturally omit passages rendered unimportant by his release, but his friend bache may have suppressed others that might have embarrassed american partisans of france, such as the scene at the king's trial.

  • Appointed(Definition of appointed)
  • He was an evil thing, though i did not even begin to suspect it until years after i appointed him my minister.

  • Upending(Definition of upending)
  • Pendant(Definition of pendant)
  • On touching the roof these spread forth and ended in long branches of bright clustering broad leaves of green and gold, from which hung pendant rich bunches of crimson and ruby sparkling fruit."

  • Opponent(Definition of opponent)
  • He at first stammered out a few unintelligible words, but his opponent was in fearful earnest with his question; he seized the collar of the anchorite's coarse garment with terrible violence, and cried in a husky voice, "where did you find the dog?

  • Penitent(Definition of penitent)
  • This rite ended, the monk held up a crucifix before the penitent, charged him to fix his last thoughts on the sufferings of the redeemer, and withdrew.

  • Repentant(Definition of repentant)
  • She went into goggles as repentant magdalens go into the catholic church."

  • Appurtenant(Definition of appurtenant)
  • The term 'land' includes land of any tenure, and tenements and hereditaments, corporeal or incorporeal, and houses and other buildings, and also an undivided share in land, and any rights over land whatsoever, whether appendant, appurtenant, or in gross;

  • Pendent(Definition of pendent)
  • This celebrated picture, christ with martha and mary, formed at saint-germain-l'auxerrois, a pendent to the martyrdom of st. lawrence.

  • Appointing
  • And therefore we must consider whether in appointing our guardians we would look to their greatest happiness individually, or whether this principle of happiness does not rather reside in the state as a whole.

  • Impenitent(Definition of impenitent)
  • Be sure that, unabashed and impenitent, shall i riot over sordid industry during the most gracious time of year to hearken to the eloquence and accept the teachings of unpeopled spaces.

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