Correct spelling for SLEND

We think the word slend 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 slend

  • Sand(Definition of sand)
  • But it still remained firmly fixed on the sand.

  • Island(Definition of island)
  • She looked again at the island and the tears came to her eyes.

  • Blend(Definition of blend)
  • It is spoken of and thought of as if it were a sort of blend of virtue and health and amusement and sunshiny weather, and no doubt it is often found in combination with these things.

  • Sled(Definition of sled)
  • Is your sled here?

  • Slant(Definition of slant)
  • Another moment and the frightened janice saw the bow of the boat rise-as it seemed-straight into the air. amid the groaning of timbers and the shrieking of the wind, the fly-by-night shot up the steep slant of the drift and over its crest!

  • Lent(Definition of lent)
  • At dinner she told me she had broken with her lover at the beginning of lent, and begged me not to see him if he called on me.

  • Selena
  • Selena gave a little gasp.

  • Soled
  • His shoes had been re-soled twice and were ragged.

  • Silent(Definition of silent)
  • You dare not say you did, when i say be silent.

  • Solenoid(Definition of solenoid)
  • In order to obtain a continuous motion it is only necessary to allow the current to circulate successively in the different portions of the solenoid.

  • Land(Definition of land)
  • Besides, she's good enough for the best in the land."

  • Send(Definition of send)
  • I send you an idea you might work out.

  • Slender(Definition of slender)
  • He bent with a little smile and kissed the slender fingers he held.

  • Salient(Definition of salient)
  • I have attempted to point out some of the salient points and theories to keep in mind in your attempt to develop into an excellent hypnotic subject.

  • Spend(Definition of spend)
  • I've got to do it if i spend four hundred thousand dollars over it."

    Bend a corner to the weed spot with ends to spend Park the Benz, jump out like 'what's up, my friend?'

    – Puffin Lah by Yukmouth
  • Sent(Definition of sent)
  • You have sent for sir george duncombe to come and see you!

  • Slid(Definition of Slid)
  • And in the light of this thunderous broadside captain salt rose slowly, lifted his arms, swayed and dropped forward, striking the table with his brow; then slid down upon the floor, stone-dead.

  • Lend(Definition of lend)
  • If he reads much you might get him to lend you a book, and leave the half-sheet of paper in it as a book-mark, at any rate, find some way.

  • Slander(Definition of slander)
  • Never a word of slander has been breathed against his name since he was born.

  • Slued
  • Mr. dallas slued his chair round, so as to bring his face somewhat out of sight; mrs. dallas, obeying the same instinctive impulse, kept hers hidden behind the screen of her coffee-urn, for she would not her son should see in it the effect of his words.

  • Lind(Definition of lind)
  • Jenny lind, like the rest, was captivated by her, and was married at her house.