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Correct spelling for DOENS'NT
We think the word doens'nt 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 doens'nt
- Consent(Definition of consent)
- Density(Definition of density)
- Descent(Definition of descent)
- Tensity(Definition of tensity)
- Unsent(Definition of unsent)
- Decent(Definition of decent)
- Dissent(Definition of dissent)
- Docent(Definition of Docent)
- Tenant(Definition of tenant)
Papa just told me that he would consent, and that i might write to him.
If it is southern corn you are malting, it will require to remain in steep seventy-two hours in the whole; if it be northern corn, it will require ninety-six hours, there being a considerable difference in the density of these two kinds of grain; the hardest, of course, requires the most water; and, in all cases, the fresher indian corn is from the cob the better it will malt.
This train of thought, plainly discernible in heine's poems, he also owes to his descent.
Even the breath of war's beginning could not keep them elsewhere when a fire had charge in the densest quarters of the danger zone.
She was decent, the poor creature, he thought.
The black seemed altogether to dissent from this doctrine; on his side pointing to the two heaps of plunder; as much as to say that his share of the spoils-already obtained-was the smaller one.
The old type of wooden house used by the old type of tenant could not be expected to last more than a few years, which justified a higher rate of interest.