Correct spelling for DEFFENET

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Possible correct spellings for deffenet

  • Defenced
  • Defend(Definition of defend)
  • It's up to me to defend him.

  • Defined(Definition of defined)
  • God was defined as a power and all personality taken from him.

  • Defended
  • Definer
  • Decent(Definition of decent)
  • I always thought him pretty decent."

  • Defence(Definition of defence)
  • I wanted to speak now-to say something in my own defence, as i thought of the doctor's letter going to my mother, and of her agony, then of my uncle learning this, and coming over.

  • Defiant(Definition of defiant)
  • Poor hilda used to go about with him then in a shamed, defiant way, running from any old friend, or staring over his head.

  • Definite(Definition of definite)
  • Similarly, as the weight of the atmosphere varies, according to the height at which it is taken from the surface of the earth, a definite height must be taken.

  • Defunct(Definition of defunct)
  • At that point betty middleweek appeared and whispered to mary; and at the same time a little boy in quaint costume, with a head two sizes too large, shuffled up the garden path, and stood staring at the defunct goose with large vacant eyes.

  • Deafen(Definition of deafen)
  • "it will deafen madame's ears if she gets nearer," said hadj, eagerly.

  • Defense(Definition of defense)
  • This sense of terror drove them to take extreme action in its defense.

  • Deafened(Definition of deafened)
  • On first entering you are confused by the press and deafened by the storm of creole chatter;-then you begin to discern some order in this chaos, and to observe curious things.

  • Defeat(Definition of defeat)
  • Having now established the responsibility of british officials in this, the most famous plot of the century, we return to describe the progress of the conspiracy and the arts employed by napoleon to defeat it.

  • Defends
  • Defect(Definition of defect)
  • The misfortune of his lame leg was almost unnoticed, partly from the robust vigour of his frame, and also from his own cheerful acknowledgment of this defect, being always the first to joke about it.

  • Detente
  • Defender(Definition of defender)
  • In that commodious edifice, built to accommodate an audience of nearly one thousand, i found assembled to listen to this renowned "defender of lincoln's christian faith," an audience of forty-four persons.

  • Define(Definition of define)
  • Now this is the first weakness in the case of the eugenists: that they cannot define who is to control whom; they cannot say by what authority they do these things.

  • Different(Definition of different)

39 words made from the letters deffenet

5 letter words made from deffenet:

defee, deene, tende, teene, effed, eeden, fendt, dente, defen.

4 letter words made from deffenet:

3 letter words made from deffenet:

den, ted, eft, tee, end, fee, fed, net, ten, tnf, fen, eff, ene, nee, ent.

6 letter words made from deffenet:

teened, effete.