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Correct spelling for SECIOND
We think the word seciond 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 seciond
- Secant(Definition of secant)
- Ascend(Definition of ascend)
- Rescind(Definition of rescind)
- Synod(Definition of synod)
- Scent(Definition of scent)
- Sound(Definition of sound)
- Seconder(Definition of seconder)
- Spend(Definition of spend)
- Descend(Definition of descend)
- Second(Definition of second)
- Seasoned(Definition of seasoned)
- Season(Definition of season)
- Send(Definition of send)
- Secede(Definition of secede)
- Sand(Definition of sand)
I delight to see the high come down and the low ascend.
Likewise, the company may rescind for fraud practiced by the insured by misrepresentation or other fraudulent acts concerning his age, health, etc.
Ed come out an' come ter our house, but cindy ain't been seed since.
It is impossible, therefore, to suppose that he scorned the aid of miracle to protect him from hunger, but called in the aid of miracle to protect him from the beasts.
Then when they got home, they would rush up to their room and wash their teeth and put scent on themselves.
It is scarcely fished at any other than the seasons mentioned.
She had left the breakfast-room, and as she waited for the lift to descend, she was almost afraid that it would bring millicent down with it from the floor above.
The brains, after being thoroughly washed, should be put in a little bag; with one pounded cracker, or as much crumbled bread, seasoned with sifted sage, and tied up and boiled one hour.
He did not have sufficient funds to erect a pump and windmill over his well, but had substituted an old hand pump in hopes that he could make it answer his purpose for securing water for domestic use until the irrigating season came.
But not everywhere; for there was one spot, and one only, which was quite covered with sand, and sand showing the marks of fingers, which had apparently been careful to spread it over a given space.