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Correct spelling for ABONDAND
We think the word abondand 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 abondand
- Abandoned(Definition of abandoned)
- Abandon(Definition of abandon)
- Abundantly(Definition of abundantly)
- Abundant(Definition of abundant)
- Andante(Definition of andante)
- Abundance(Definition of abundance)
Now in basque, then in french, she asks for news of those whom she has forever abandoned: "and mother?
"we had to abandon ourselves to our destiny.
The most excited witness can be brought by the judge to a sober and useful point of view, and conversely, the most calm witness may utter the most misleading testimony if the judge abandons in any way the safe bottom of the indubitably established fact.
Those charming episodes and accidents of fancy, in which the gothic style and the style of the earlier lombard renaissance abounded, are wholly wanting to the rigid, mathematical, hard-headed genius of the florentine quattrocento.
We shall therefore take another example from a circumstance similar to what occurs every day in ordinary life, and in which the principle, in the hands of nature, is abundantly conspicuous.
Why, there is not a child in america who has had such care-such abundant chances for improvement.
So they plunged again into an andante and scherzo of beethoven.
How are we to entertain people who are accustomed to live in luxury, and who have abundance of plate and china and glass, and servants to wait upon them?
They were certainly not in vogue at the time of st. patrick, as he could not have failed to give expression to his horror at them in some shape or form, which expression would have been recorded in one, at least, of the many lives of the saint, written shortly after his death, and abounding in details of every kind.