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Correct spelling for DEFENND
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Possible correct spellings for defennd
- Defence(Definition of defence)
- Defend(Definition of defend)
- Defender(Definition of defender)
- Defiant(Definition of defiant)
- Depend(Definition of depend)
- Deafened(Definition of deafened)
- Defined(Definition of defined)
- Defense(Definition of defense)
"you can make that defence if you like-if you think it will be believed," retorted foyle.
Well, i defend him, and shall be happy to give you the brief.
The second prince of peace- the great unborn defender of the faith, who will avenge me of mine enemies- he comes, and my star rises.
He looked around the court-room with his usual defiant air, and no one observed any change of expression, as his eyes passed rapidly over deb.
You can depend on me."
They deafened me with their yells....
Brougham, mr., afterward lord chancellor, the chief adviser of the queen; defends the ministry for stopping lord powis's bill.
Besides, the position of the captains and leaders was not yet defined.
The situation was not good for defense, and at the thought i had a mind even then to seek other quarters.
It will take eight or nine thousand men to garrison them, and they will be defended by thirty-one guns."