Correct spelling for OPONNET
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Possible correct spellings for oponnet
- appoint Still, nevertheless, I conceal my pride, and I beg that you will meet me at whatever place you may appoint, and that you will fight with me with any weapon that you may choose.
- opened He says in his last letter that his eyes were only just opened to Lord John's being an old man, when he looked on him in this new light....
- opener After my probation it was arranged that I should begin my new duties at once, and accordingly I took lodgings-two rooms over the shop of a tailor who acted as chapel-keeper, pew-opener, and sexton.
- openness The writing of Therese charmed him, and he liked its openness, the bold and simple turn of its lines.
- opine We may be excused for jumping at conclusions if we opine that as he was returning from Verona after a long sojourn, he had been employed there.
- opponent With fierce haughtiness Chriemhild taunts her opponent with a hateful name no woman could endure, and forbids her to enter the cathedral.
- opulent And how few of the opulent, idle, and well-intentioned of the parishioners, concern themselves about their condition or sufferings!
- penned There was more reason why the passengers there should be penned into a little space of their own in the sort of pit made by the narrowing deck at the bow.
- pinned However, she wore a white dress and black stockings; her red hair was charmingly pinned up with a tortoise-shell comb, and taking her upon his knee he thought it would be well to please himself with her as she was and forget what she was not.
- point Now what do you think of her, Mrs. Cliff, lookin' at her from this point of view?"
- ponder When I awoke the next morning I began to think the matter over, and I soon discovered that, if I wanted to come to a decision, I ought not to ponder over it, as the more I considered the less likely I should be to decide.
- Opined He opined loudly that by the time they reached Vancouver Peggy could send her along about as well as he could himself.
- Panned How soon, wondered Jake, might the ante be raised to two Gee? Five? And in the meantime, if things panned, Jimmy could be useful as a spotter.
- opines The Englishman thinks no worse of her; but the American woman, listening, wishes that she had a portrait of her husband's grandfather by Raeburn and opines that she would know the artist's name.
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- attach weight to