How Do You Spell DENT?

Correct spelling for the English word "dent" is [d_ˈɛ_n_t], [dˈɛnt], [dˈɛnt]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Click here to check the spelling and grammar

Definition of DENT

  1. (To mark with a) surface impression(as) from the blow of a blunt-edged instrument.

Common Misspellings for DENT

Below is the list of 801 misspellings for the word "dent".

Usage Examples for DENT

  1. " Been in Burmah twenty- eight years, and spent a good deal of the time shiftin' about here and there," remarked Jim Dent. - "Jack Haydon's Quest" by John Finnemore
  2. There, within three steps of the house, lay Fergus, pale and blood- stained, with a sickening dent in his temple- a murdered man. - "Stories by English Authors: Ireland" by Various
  3. He knows pretty well what he wants, and the obliging salesman convinces him that the trunk will probably last forever by assuring him that an elephant could dance a jig on it and never make a dent. - "The Book of Business Etiquette" by Nella Henney
  4. The village of Dent is one of the strangest places that I ever saw. - "Autobiography of Sir George Biddell Airy" by George Biddell Airy
  5. Poor creature, she has lived here all her days and is still unable to direct me to a single place- her bump of location is surely a dent. - "Letters of a Dakota Divorcee" by Jane Burr