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Correct spelling for DEFENC
We think the word defenc 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 defenc
- Defence(Definition of defence)
- Defend(Definition of defend)
- Deafen(Definition of deafen)
- Define(Definition of define)
- Defunct(Definition of defunct)
- Defense(Definition of defense)
The business of the prizes is the worst that can be said, and therein i do fear something may lie hard upon him; but, against this, we must prepare the best we can for his defence.
The former did not attempt to stop and defend themselves.
These hills for the city's stifled air, and big hotels, all bustle and glare, lands all horses, and roads all stones, that deafen your ears and batter your bones, would you, old bay?
It was all nonsense his worrying himself; and yet he could not help listening, expecting a messenger to come with some alarming intelligence, he could not define what.
Certainly we have a noble example of the devotedness of the female, who for three entire days refuses to make herself heard, on account of a defunct male.
The british had been put to flight and had gone to the defense of new england and new york.
And would you know who his hearers must be? i tell you just what my guide told me: excellent teaching men have, day and night, from two earnest friars, a black and a white, the dominican death and the carmelite life; and between these two there is never strife, for each has his separate office and station, and each his own work in the congregation; 80 whoso to the white brother deafens his ears, and cannot be wrought on by blessings or tears, awake in his coffin must wait and wait, in that blackness of darkness that means too late, and come once a year, when the ghost-bell tolls, as till doomsday it shall on the eve of all-souls, to hear doctor death, whose words smart with the brine of the preacher, the tenth verse of chapter nine.