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Correct spelling for DEFENE
We think the word defene 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 defene
- Deafened(Definition of deafened)
- Defer(Definition of defer)
- Defend(Definition of defend)
- Deafen(Definition of deafen)
- Defender(Definition of defender)
- Defense(Definition of defense)
- Defoe(Definition of defoe)
- Defined(Definition of defined)
- Defence(Definition of defence)
- Define(Definition of define)
Is anything like that thrill possible to-day-for a submerged and blinded and deafened generation, a generation so smothered in quantity and number that discrimination, under the gasp, has neither air to breathe nor room to turn round?
If she returns to his house i shall not take the trouble of taking her out of his hands a second time, and your excellency will then see that i was right to defer my marriage with her until i was convinced of her honesty.
But those who now tried to defend themselves found no quarter.
Go back, deafen me no longer, or i will loose my bloodhounds against you!
Without hesitation guy and the archer fell upon them, with a shout of encouragement to the defender of the doorway, who was evidently sorely pressed.
So the limanians are never satisfied with these admirable prospects, and their noisy approbation deafens every year the echoes of san cristoval and the amancaes.
I offered counter-arguments in defense.
Defoe in this book ran again and again into sound suggestions that first came to be realised long after he was dead.
The range within which its light is known is thus also defined.
It was wednesday night before muldoon saw deena savory again.
Not that she needed any such defence, for her beauty led every man to seek her above all others.
Thou, restrained by no narrow bounds, according to thy own free will, in whose power we have placed thee, shalt define thy nature for thyself.