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Possible correct spellings for sisnt

  • Isn't
  • Isn't he a water-ouzel?"

  • Dissent(Definition of dissent)
  • Dissent in england for years has been synonymous with pro-germanism.

  • Snot(Definition of snot)
  • Santa
  • How was santa klaas dressed?

  • Silent(Definition of silent)
  • The spaniard from montmartre was silent for a moment.

  • Zest(Definition of zest)
  • Assent(Definition of assent)
  • She appeared to assent to this, but still only in silence; seeing which i went on: "i must have it now.

  • Salient(Definition of salient)
  • I should have seen the ghost-city of ypres, and the curve of the salient round by pilkem, st.-julien, and zillebeke, and then warneton and houthem below the messines ridge.

  • Scent(Definition of scent)
  • Under the falling dew the scent of honeysuckle lay heavy in the garden.

  • Cent(Definition of cent)
  • It was a wonderful stand of timber-so read the cruiser's report-but fifty per cent.

  • Send(Definition of send)
  • "very well, then, i won't send it," said elmore.

  • Siesta(Definition of siesta)
  • It must have been two o'clock; we had baited our horses, i remember, an hour previous; and the sergeant had enjoyed his noonday siesta beneath the shade of a great bush bearing purple blossoms.

  • Susan
  • Sistine
  • The work was entrusted to a florentine, called in the accounts merely magister joanninus faber lignarius de florentia, but identified by m. fabre with giovannino dei dolci, one of the builders of the sistine chapel.

  • Wasn't
  • Spinet(Definition of spinet)
  • Skint
  • Hasn't
  • Moreover, her husband hasn't invited me; it seems to me that he is sure to receive me very coldly.

  • Stint(Definition of stint)
  • Cyst(Definition of cyst)
  • An open cyst, of the beautiful workmanship for which the english goldsmiths were then pre-eminently renowned, that had been among the parting gifts of edward, contained letters from the various potentates near and far, who sought his alliance or menaced his repose.

  • Saint(Definition of saint)
  • "it was through the voice of that living saint, the holy father malagrida," responded donna leonora.

  • Sand(Definition of sand)
  • Then, turning northward, i travelled many miles in that direction, through rosewood scrubs, and over ground where the very coarse hard grass grew on red sand.

  • Stunt(Definition of stunt)
  • Spent(Definition of spent)
  • Sizing(Definition of sizing)
  • I have a notion that probably the late lucrezia borgia did not start feeding her house guests on those deep-dish poison pies with which her name historically is associated until after she grew sensitive about the way folks dropping in at the borgia home for a visit were sizing up her proportions on the bias, so to speak.

  • Slant(Definition of slant)
  • Sinned
  • He had sinned, and chosen to suffer for his sin: so no crime was too dastardly to lay at his door.

  • Sonnet(Definition of sonnet)
  • Snit
  • Sapient(Definition of sapient)
  • Mrs. robson went up stairs to the count's chamber with other sentiments to her sapient doctor than those with which she came down.

  • Sister(Definition of sister)
  • I knew his sister at ostend.

  • Signet(Definition of signet)
  • How bright this signet-ring glitters upon his hand, where he has worn it through such long years of trouble, as if death had given him this memento of affection, and whispered in his ear, "remember me!"

  • Sent(Definition of sent)
  • 11,180. if a man in these circumstances wants a supply of meal or clothing or anything to be sent to his family, does that appear in your books, or is it paid for in money out of the monthly sums which his family may have to receive?

  • Squint(Definition of squint)
  • Susana
  • Scant(Definition of scant)
  • In the home of the bridegroom, preparations for the event were scant and of a perfunctory nature.

  • Sunset(Definition of sunset)
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