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Correct spelling for PACKENT

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Possible correct spellings for packent

  • Parked(Definition of parked)
  • Louise helped her chum over the back fence and guided her toward the parked taxi.

  • Agent(Definition of agent)
  • The agent said two lost children were on this train and that they were to be put off at the next station and left until their father came for them.

  • Pecked(Definition of Pecked)
  • Nobody was less of a glutton-he pecked like a bird; but the proper food to peck at must be always there, or his temper was unbearable.

  • Pent(Definition of pent)
  • Close to the apple-tree, a branch of which indeed brushed its mossed pent-roof, stood the well-house.

  • Patient(Definition of patient)
  • "yours is a good head, my dear patient," he mused.

  • Paint(Definition of paint)
  • I could not nurse like annie, or paint like rose.

  • Pickett(Definition of pickett)
  • The darkness of the best room seemed to retreat somewhat, and miss pickett looked over by the door, where there was a pale gleam from the side-lights in the hall, to try to see the pattern of the carpet; but her effort failed.

  • Pocked
  • Packet(Definition of packet)
  • The servant came in with a small sealed packet, and a slip of printed paper in her hand.

  • Picked(Definition of Picked)
  • Because be knew that he, not she, was winning, he picked her up in his arms and kissed her as if she were a child.

  • Patent(Definition of patent)
  • The charter of the west india company called for the territory between forty and forty-five degrees north latitude, but to assert the full extent of the patent would have been to claim the jurisdiction of massachusetts.

  • Pageant(Definition of pageant)
  • The birthday celebration was to me more than a beautiful pageant; more than a personal tribute.

  • Packing(Definition of packing)
  • At one side of his bed stood a large packing-case of plain wood, upward of seven feet in length.

  • Payment(Definition of payment)
  • There was no end to it; for her husband's chivalrous honour forced him to undertake the payment of her father's heavy debts.

  • Pocket(Definition of pocket)
  • Pact(Definition of pact)
  • They both experienced that most seductive of all influences, a secret knowledge and a pact of mutual silence and purpose.

  • Picket(Definition of picket)
  • The forehanded and wiser members of the caravan took advantage of the delay and turmoil to cut an extra supply of firewood against a future need, add to their store of picket stakes and also to fill their water casks to keep them swelled tight beyond question, against the time when the much dreaded dry stretch should be reached.

  • Percent(Definition of percent)
  • Not only will the boardofdirectors of consolidated pemmican return to you six times the amount of your investment, but they will assign to you, over and above this price, 49 percent of the company's votingstock.

  • Pant(Definition of pant)
  • Pant could not tell.

  • Packed(Definition of packed)
  • "i'm all packed," she said.

  • Kent
  • At the time of the restoration, indeed, he had held a living in kent.

  • Parent(Definition of parent)
  • He loses a child, a parent, or a partner: we must mourn the loss as if it were our own.

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