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Correct spelling for ABSUNT
We think the word absunt 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 absunt
- Abound(Definition of abound)
- Abscond(Definition of abscond)
- Absently(Definition of absently)
- Assent(Definition of assent)
- Absent(Definition of absent)
- Absurd(Definition of absurd)
- Absented(Definition of Absented)
- Abused(Definition of abused)
- Ascent(Definition of ascent)
- Obeisant(Definition of Obeisant)
- Ibsen(Definition of ibsen)
- Absinthe(Definition of absinthe)
- Absinth(Definition of absinth)
- Abasing(Definition of Abasing)
- Absentee(Definition of absentee)
Stop the unrest, and let rest abound.
You need not look at me so, certainly if you abscond on the very eve of their arrival these are the only conclusions that can be adduced.
Dead four years," absently.
Lord james smiled in rather an absent manner, and turned to genevieve.
To see something played absurd Everybody's crying mercy When they don't know the meaning of the word– Everybody's Crying Mercy by Elvis Costello
But afterwards i absented myself for awhile from parliament, which made me suspected of being less an enemy to the cardinal, and i was pelted with a dozen or fifteen libels in the space of a fortnight, by a fellow whose nose had been slit for writing a lampoon against a lady of quality.
My life's confused and I try to stumble through the day My mind's abused All these thoughts forever stray– Confused by Sylver
The talent that is allowed to shew itself is that which can repay admiration by furnishing entertainment: and the display to which it is invited is that which flatters the vulgar pride of society, by abasing what is too high in excellence for its sympathy.
Indeed, i was a bit worried at first for fear, by way of compensating in a measure for the injury we had done him in failing to come through with the treasure from the big bend, he would expect roos and me to put in a few absentee ballots for "moderation."