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Correct spelling for DEFIECT
We think the word defiect 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 defiect
- Defect(Definition of defect)
- Deject(Definition of deject)
- Effect(Definition of effect)
- Detect(Definition of detect)
- Defector(Definition of defector)
- Deflect(Definition of deflect)
- Defunct(Definition of defunct)
- Defeat(Definition of defeat)
- Deficit(Definition of deficit)
- Depict(Definition of depict)
It is the one important defect in the present payne tariff.
The very fact that he loved her still, with a passion that defied all things, added a terrible bitterness to what he had to bear, for it made him despise himself as none would have dared to despise him.
The sdp had several parliamentary seats held by defectors from labour, and one by a defector from the conservatives, while williams had won the crosby by-election, 1981 for the party, leaving jenkins as the final "gang of four" member without a seat in the house of commons.
Omai, indeed, who, as their countryman, should be supposed rather willing to conceal any of their defects, has often said that they are sometimes cruel in punishing their enemies.
It was a narrow thing, because the bronze sword, though of softer stuff than the commander's steel, was also heavier, and thus hard to deflect.
Well, well, mates, said dick darvall, a little impatiently, seems to me that we're wastin' our wind, for the miserable wretch, bein' defunct, is beyond the malice o' red man or white.
"i agree with you that there has been no defeat," replied ruth; "but i won't keep you any longer from your studies.
In order to avoid a deficit for the ensuing fiscal year, i directed the heads of departments in the preparation of their estimates to make them as low as possible consistent with imperative governmental necessity.