Correct spelling for WSENT

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Possible correct spellings for wsent

  • ascent One is a fountain of prodigious ascent.
  • assent "And I assent with the greatest pleasure, sire," exclaimed Alexander; "let us march on Paris, then; but we should agree as to the best way of doing so."
  • bent Presently Nan followed her, her head bent down somewhat, and her heart not very light.
  • cent They're one cent each!
  • dent We stayed later to talk with Miss Honora after we had said good night to Mrs. Dent.
  • gent That gent you goes ag'inst is Doc Holliday; as hard a game as lurks anywhere between the Slope an' the Big Muddy.
  • kent I am sorry your brother, Kent, cannot carry out his plan of studying at the Beaux Arts, but maybe something will turn up and he can come after all.
  • lent Damash had abandoned his men, run away, and lost the gun, pistols, and horse the Emperor had given, or rather lent, him.
  • pent Pent up in the choked streets of Vittoria, torn by cannon-shot from the English lines, the wreckage of its three armies for a time surged helplessly to and fro, and then broke away eastwards towards Pamplona.
  • rent Well-I let Hong go, and as soon as I can rent this house, I'm going to New York.
  • resent Northumberland could not then resent the audacities of pulpiteers, because the Protestants were the only party who might stand by him in his approaching effort to crown Lady Jane Grey.
  • saint Saint Etienne, 1806. Brought up to the law, in '43 he was made judge at Pondichery.
  • sand In '41 he founded the Revue Independante with "George Sand," and Pierre Leroux.
  • scent The temptation was strong, but the scent seemed too warm to lose, and I said I must be back for lunch at home.
  • seat Anglesea kept his seat, and waited for the entrance of Mrs. Force.
  • sect Though a new religious sect should even be totally free in itself from any tumultuous and disorderly zeal, which, however, is rarely the case, it has a tendency to create a resistance from the establishment in possession, productive of great disorders, and thus becomes, innocently indeed, but yet very certainly, the cause of the bitterest dissensions in the commonwealth.
  • sen Sen-su-al'i-ty, indulgence in animal pleasure.
  • senate He became President of the Senate, '14-16. He wrote numerous pieces.
  • send Why did Ludwig von Oberhausen send you flowers?
  • sens On the 18th of August, four other Templars were condemned as relapsed heretics by the council of Sens, and were likewise burned by the Porte St. Antoine; and it is stated that a hundred and thirteen Templars were from first to last burnt at the stake in Paris.
  • sent Miss Mary sent them down to supper.
  • sept Died Paris, 13 Sept.
  • set Davey set off at a run.
  • sett I would I had a matter, or a Mannour, indeede, of a 1,000 acres of these woodlands & roome to sett it in Devonshire; I would compare with any prince betweene Tavistoke & Parradice for an Orchard.
  • snit
  • spent
  • sweat
  • sweet
  • tent
  • vent
  • want
  • wend
  • wont
  • Went
  • Won't
  • Santa Is Santa Claus as jolly as ever?
  • USENET
  • wasn't
  • isn't It is all, isn't it, Jeff?
  • snot

23 words made from the letters wsent

3 letter words made from wsent:

wen, sen, ent, set, new, ten, est, wet, net, sew.

4 letter words made from wsent:

5 letter words made from wsent:

wents.

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