Correct spelling for WVENT
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Possible correct spellings for wvent
- bent His head is bent.
- cent You won't touch a cent of it!
- dent He was about to spring into the river, when Jim Dent called to him to stop.
- event The shortness of the time, the unexpected nature of the event, the weakness of my understanding, and the fear of being mistaken, have greatly confounded me."
- feint The children climbed over the barrow and even on the donkey's back, and though Widgeon made great feint of driving them off with a very stubby whip, they knew well that it would always just miss them, and returned day after day undismayed.
- fend "Why 'fend myself, to be sure," replied the old man indignantly.
- font The position of the Font in primitive times was at or near the Church door to signify that Baptism is the entrance into the Church Mystical.
- gent "'It's mebby two days later when I'm over by the postoffice gettin' the weekly paper for my old gent.
- kent Page 23- Kent amended to Carleton-"Mrs. Carleton had taken great pains with the new suit."
- lent "I lent them to William John-he hadn't any," faltered Bertie.
- pent The wind, which had gradually been rising, blew a violent gale from that part of the coast; and the sea, being pent between the rocks which skirt the continent and the northern side of Bute, became so boisterous, that the boatmen began to think they should be driven upon the rocks of the island, instead of reaching its bay.
- rent "And the spirit cried, and rent him sore, and came out of him; and he was as one dead; insomuch that many said, He is dead.
- sent And who sent you here, Georgie?
- tent In a little while they got the tent up, and then they folded the wet tarpaulin for a floor and hurried their outfit inside, damp but yet not ruined.
- vend A fellow named Peel, who has been for many years in the habit of exhibiting as a quack-doctor, next applied for liberty to vend his nostrums at the fair.
- vent M. de Soissons urged and expostulated in vain; the minister was inflexible; and at length the Prince withdrew, but not before he had given vent to his indignation with a bitterness which convinced his listener that thenceforward all kindly feeling between them was at an end.
- want I want you to talk to me."
- wend Now wend we home, stout Robin Hood, Leave we the woods behind us, Love-passions must not be withstood, Love everywhere will find us.
- wont Let us go," said the little cure in his rather bustling manner, at which the great, slow- limbed fishermen were wont to laugh.
- Went Ralston's brows went up.
- Won't You'll forgive me-won't you?
- haven't Gord love yer, Mr. Sidney, do you stand there and tell me you haven't heard?
10 words made from the letters wvent
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