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Correct spelling for SENTIENE
We think the word sentiene 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 sentiene
- Sending(Definition of sending)
- Sentence(Definition of sentence)
- Dentine(Definition of dentine)
- Sentient(Definition of sentient)
- Sentinel(Definition of sentinel)
- Sentience(Definition of sentience)
But we shall gain nothing by sending men out with lanterns and making a fuss; by this time she is well on her way to dublin.
Her voice trembled convulsively, but she finished her sentence by a great effort.
Extremely bluish white teeth often consist of a soft, porous and tender dentine.
He is au fait in the art which made sir walter scott a companion for old and young-the art which brings to the mind of the reader that sentient power which places us directly into communion with the imaginary characters filling their parts in a book.
Waving his piece about, the sentinel pulled the trigger.
He walked to a mirror on the wall and approved of the strong young body which would house his sentience and then scowled.
Little saxon alone held slightly apart, his great head lifted high, scenting mischief.