Correct spelling for SWENT

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Possible correct spellings for swent

  • Wont
  • Swing
  • She endeavoured to swing herself, wriggling on the seat, twisting herself in various attitudes.

  • Spent
  • They spent now a great deal of their time together.

  • Cent
  • Paper brings a cent a pound, and if you have plenty of room, it is well to save it.

  • Swede
  • Pederstone's right-hand man, sol hanson, a great chunk of a bachelor swede, was at the back door swearing volubly because an iron tire refused to fit the wooden rim of a cart wheel to his satisfaction.

  • Vent
  • Went
  • Send
  • Let me send for a priest!"

  • Swept
  • And that very afternoon the great storm came that swept away so much and opened the way to more.

  • Swed
  • Eu ambhi about, around, over; dak am in akam over upon; a s and ger um. swed om same meaning; dak om with, used with plural object only.

  • Swot
  • Sweet
  • Judith, who had come to love him for his sweet, bright, boyish nature, he felt was his friend, as indeed everybody at barn elms was.

  • Sent
  • "if mr. lance had not sent me!

  • Sweaty
  • Of course they may feel dreadful sweaty after chasin' round in the sun all day, though i wouldn't hold such sudden coolin' wholesome; but why if women so doin' should they insist on men folks wearin' collars, say i?

  • Swat
  • But if he only looks after his own interests or shows no talent for scenting out jobs or ain't got the nerve to demand and get his share of the good things that are going', his followers may be absolved from their allegiance and they may up and swat him without bein' put down as political ingrates.

  • Twenty
  • Swine
  • Every morning at sunrise they were sent out-each with a barley loaf and a bottle of sour milk, which was to serve them for breakfast, dinner, and supper-to watch a great herd of swine on a wide field near the forest.

  • Sweat
  • It made the sweat to break out at the top of his forehead, and then he heard no more of the clatter around him than the rum-humdrum as of a train in a tunnel, pierced sometimes by the shrill scream as of an occasional whistle.

  • Saint
  • In the direct track between cape saint sebastian's and toulon, in lat.

  • Scent
  • You are simply trying to put us off the scent.

  • Wend
  • Silent
  • Claude was silent for a moment.

  • Want
  • Won't
  • Swan
  • At the same instant a wild swan, rising from the water, flew off with a loud cry.