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Correct spelling for VOLIENT

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Possible correct spellings for volient

  • Client(Definition of client)
  • She was a sort of friend or client of his grandmother's-not an old servant plainly, not even a house-keeper.

  • Flint(Definition of flint)
  • The form of theism for which dr. flint is arguing is the current form, viz.

  • Lint(Definition of lint)
  • By means of enormous pressure they crush down the billowing lint until four feet of it can be reduced to a thickness of not more than seven inches.

  • Violins
  • Violent(Definition of violent)
  • He was greatly offended by the violent use which kiyomori made of the power which had come into his hands.

  • Glint(Definition of glint)
  • The glint of his straight eyes and the leather color of his face were ominous.

  • Violist
  • Valet(Definition of valet)
  • First off he says it's a shame i don't have a valet.

  • Volt(Definition of volt)
  • Valiant(Definition of valiant)
  • But at last, with a valiant effort, she checked her tears.

  • Vent(Definition of vent)
  • The other indians immediately gave vent to a like exclamation.

  • Clint
  • Beyond main hall were hensey and billings, both dormitories, and, at the western end of the row and slightly out of line, the cottage, where dwelt the principal, mr. fernald, of whom clint knew little and, it must be confessed, cared, at the present moment, still less.

  • Violet(Definition of violet)
  • And you, violet, and you, may, are about to break into womanhood.

  • Ersatz*
  • Vilest
  • Silent(Definition of silent)
  • Was she to be silent?

  • Salient(Definition of salient)
  • The english were circling around some ridge or other; the french were straightening out a salient, and the germans had failed to surprise the americans near arracourt.

  • Violin(Definition of violin)
  • He had bob's own violin in his hand; i knew it by the case.

  • Lent(Definition of lent)
  • In order to make his marks at the right time, jonas wanted to know, every monday, when it was precisely twelve o'clock, and this led him to make his noon mark, having seen the account of it in the book which rollo's father had lent him.

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