Correct spelling for OPONNENT
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Possible correct spellings for oponnent
- deponent That this deponent being on horseback, and his horse restive, he could not approach nearer to the machine than about four poles, but that he could plainly perceive therein gentleman dressed in light coloured cloaths, holding in his hand a trumpet, which had the appearance of silver or bright tin.
- opened The door opened and Claude came in on the two women.
- opening He paused at the open window and looked in on Doris without opening the door.
- opinion If it's for your mother's interest to sell, then she'd ought to sell, that's my opinion."
- opponent Every one turned astonished to Ebenstreit, who, pale as death, was powerless to utter a word, but stood staring at his opponent.
- opulent Gradually the "clearings" became larger; they saw the distant white wooden colonnades of some planter's house, looking still opulent and pretentious, although the fence of its inclosure had broken gaps, and the gate sagged on its single hinge.
- pennant The pennant had been on the pole of the Ry's tent in far-off days in the Roumelian country.
- Anent The order by the king for its construction and use bears to have been made "in consequence of certain differences between his subjects of North and South Britain anent the bearing of their flags;" and in the proclamation issued in 1606, King James appoints that "from henceforth all our subjects of this Isle and Kingdom of Great Britain shall bear in the maintop the red cross commonly called St. George's Cross, and the white cross commonly called St. Andrew's Cross, joined together according to a form made by our heralds, and sent by us to our admiral to be published to our said subjects."
- Opined One irreverent speaker opined that the thing was a hoax, and that the hair had come from a wig-maker's; but his blasphemy was shouted down.
- Opining Lord Buckmaster dismissed George v Skivington, opining that "few cases can have lived so dangerously and lived so long",:37 and rejected Heaven as a tabula in naufragio (Latin: literally "plank in a shipwreck") that was unrelated to Donoghues case; both "should be buried so securely that their perturbed spirits shall no longer vex the law".
- opponents The opponents of the Church in Paris he attacked relentlessly.
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