Correct spelling for OPENT

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Possible correct spellings for opent

  • append The degree itself is largely equivalent to a bachelor of science and many institutions conferring degrees in the fields of biomedical engineering and bioengineering do not append the field to the degree itself.
  • open Even his eyes for a time refused to open.
  • opened This time he opened his eyes sharply, and looked up in my face.
  • opener Thus it followed that borrowing was no unusual act and therefore when on Sunday morning Mrs. O'Dowd presented herself at the McGregor's door and announced that she was going to have a chowder of canned corn for dinner and wanted the can opener, beyond a conversation as to the nourishment corn chowder contained; the brand of canned goods one bought; the price of it per can; the quantity of milk required and the price of that milk per quart, nothing further was said, unless it was, perhaps, to mention the crackers and inquire whether the O'Dowds used pilot biscuit or oysterettes.
  • openly My darling, I cannot speak to you openly, unless you give me your word to do what I am going to ask you.
  • opine Two of them are sites of great beauty; and we leave the reader to reflect on these pleasant features in association with their rise, decline, and we opine, political extermination.
  • opt Despite offers from the new Indian and Pakistani governments, virtually all of the European former ICS officers left following partition, with the majority of those who did not opt for retirement continuing their careers either in the British Home Civil Service or in another British colonial civil service.
  • opulent The metaphysics of the seventeenth century, which was driven from the field by the French Enlightenment, and especially by the French materialism, of the eighteenth century, experienced its victorious and opulent restoration in the German philosophy, and particularly in the speculative German philosophy, of the nineteenth century.
  • orient If the Grand Orient had adhered to the fundamental principle of British Masonry not to concern itself with religion or politics, there is no reason why it should have come into conflict with the Church.
  • pant As at the desert well The freshness of the purling brook Delights the tired gazelle, So pant I for the voice of him That cometh from afar!
  • pent
  • pint
  • point
  • punt
  • repent
  • spent
  • upend
  • Opined There were those who opined she was some rich man's mistress, recently imported, snatched from some victim of revolution who could no longer afford her.
  • Pend
  • opens Mr. Hildreth, tired of seclusion and anxious to catch the train, opens the front door and steps out.
  • ONT others have sayd that it is a maner of armonie with others infinites aultres ont dit que cest une maniere darmonie auec daultres infiniez
  • OPED Again a sprite popped out his head, and oped his lips:

30 words made from the letters opent

3 letter words made from opent:

net, top, not, ent, ton, eon, tpn, pen, ten, toe, poe, neo, pet, pot, one, opt.

4 letter words made from opent:

note, open, opet, peon, poet, ento, tone, peto, pent, tope, pone.

5 letter words made from opent:

ponet, netop, epton.

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