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Correct spelling for SEENT

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Possible correct spellings for seent

  • Ascent
  • An upward slope or grade (as in a road); "the car couldn't make the grade".

  • Assent
  • To agree or express agreement; "yes, the maestro assented.".

  • Benet
  • United states poet; brother of william rose benet (1898-1943).

  • Cement
  • Cover or coat with cement.

  • Cent
  • A fractional monetary unit of several countries.

  • Decent
  • Enough to meet a purpose; "an adequate income"; "the food was adequate"; "a decent wage"; "enough food"; "food enough".

  • Genet
  • French diplomat who in 1793 tried to draw the united states into the war between france and england (1763-1834).

  • Recent
  • Of the immediate past or just previous to the present time; "a late development"; "their late quarrel"; "his recent trip to africa"; "in recent months"; "a recent issue of the journal".

  • Resent
  • Wish ill or allow unwillingly.

  • Saint
  • Person of exceptional holiness.

  • Scent
  • A distinctive odor that is pleasant.

  • Seat
  • Be able to seat; "the theater seats 2,000".

  • Secant
  • Ratio of the hypotenuse to the adjacent side of a right-angled triangle.

  • Seed
  • The thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract.

  • Seeing
  • Perception by means of the eyes.

  • Seen
  • Witnessed at first hand.

  • Sen
  • A fractional monetary unit of japan and indonesia and cambodia; equal to one hundredth of a yen or rupiah or riel.

  • Senate
  • The upper house of the united states congress.

  • Send
  • Broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television; "we cannot air this x-rated song".

  • Sennett
  • United states filmmaker (born in canada) noted for slapstick movies (1880-1960).

  • Sent
  • Caused or enabled to go or be conveyed or transmitted.

  • Serpent
  • Limbless scaly elongate reptile; some are venomous.

  • Set
  • Arrange attractively; "dress my hair for the wedding".

  • Sett
  • Rectangular paving stone with curved top; once used to make roads.

  • Seventy
  • Being ten more than sixty.

  • Sewn
  • Fastened with stitches.

  • Silent
  • Unable to speak because of hereditary deafness.

  • Sleet
  • Precipitate as a mixture of rain and snow; "if the temperature rises above freezing, it will probably sleet".

  • Snit
  • A state of agitated irritation; "he was in a snit".

  • Sonnet
  • Praise in a sonnet.

  • Spent
  • Drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted; "the day's shopping left her exhausted"; "he went to bed dog-tired"; "was fagged and sweaty"; "the trembling of his played out limbs"; "felt completely washed-out"; "only worn-out horses and cattle"; "you look worn out".

  • Suet
  • Hard fat around the kidneys and loins in beef and mutton.

  • Sweet
  • (british) dessert.

  • Tenet
  • A religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof.

  • Sean
  • A seine. see seine..

  • Steno
  • A prefix denoting narrowness or constriction..

  • Snot
  • A vulgar term for a thick mucous secretion from the nose..

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