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Correct spellings for ADEIENCE

  • aden Aden, to the passing stranger, shows few attractions.
  • adenine Then, the biosynthesis of most alkaloids containing the unperturbed monoterpenoid part (Corynanthe type) proceeds through cyclization with the formation of cathenamine and subsequent reduction to ajmalicine in the presence of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADPH).
  • advance Can you advance anything against that theory?"
  • advice "You'd better take his advice.
  • affiance
  • alliance
  • audience I am here to hold an audience with the noble Vokal.
  • cadence He says: Betwixt the lakes Ontario and Erie there is a vast and prodigious cadence of water, which falls down in a surprising and astonishing manner, insomuch that the universe does not afford its parallel.
  • dance I'm very sorry, dear papa, I will dance with her.
  • dense The sun was behind the hills by the time the disciples entered the dense growth of trees.
  • dunce After some time an empty flour barrel was brought, and placed upright under a tree, to serve as a dunce-block.
  • evidence And my hope is, that this evidence, if it can be found, will prove of great value.
  • evince These letters, while they imply ungenerous conduct on the part of the governor towards his illustrious predecessor, evince likewise the personal interest taken by Isabella in the affairs of Columbus, during his absence.
  • obedience And even the request of the parson could not win obedience in this, though the boy would have died for the good man.
  • patience Alice lost her patience before Peggy did.
  • radiance Rocks, woods, hills, and waters, all shone with a radiance that seemed of more than earthly beauty.
  • audiences These concerts have been well attended by enthusiastic and appreciative audiences, and have been a school for public taste.
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