What is the correct spelling for AEN'T?
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Correct spellings for AEN'T
- agent I replied in words to the effect that Madame being a free agent and only an acquaintance of mine, must decide this for herself.
- ant He could lie for half a day and learn wisdom from the ant .
- ante The photograph of him taken by Maull and Fox in 1854 shows his chin to be the square firm kind that goes with the ante -pituitary type physique.
- anti It would be an anti -climax humorous enough to cure her all in a moment of seeming anything to him other than that jolly, not too elderly aunt.
- aunt Your aunt -what did she say to this?
- bent Peter bent down to the old woman.
- cent "I got my experience and I paid for it-with every cent I had in the world.
- dent Well, sir, said Dent , I'll give you a month.
- end They both sat in silence while Ellen read the letter to the very end .
- gent "Why, we have just had a gent asking the same question.
- kent "'Most a pity one can't serve Master Caleb Kent the same.
- lent Her eyes would have lent beauty to a plainer face.
- pent Then he started to walk toward Hampton; in the unwonted exercise was an outlet for the pent -up energy her departure had thwarted; and presently his body was warm with a physical heat that found its counterpart in a delicious, emotional glow of anticipation, of exultant satisfaction.
- rent She saw Barclay come up, and declared that he should wait for his rent this time if she died for it.
- sent Do you want something sent up to you?"
- tent At night a tent is an awesome place.
- vent As he realized this Sparrer gave vent to a low whistle.
- Ain't "That ain't all, doctor.
- And "Well, and how do you like it?
- Anent And the conversation among those who attended, and ate and drank, and wiped their eyes, was rather anent the generosity of the Hockins than of the virtues of the departed.
- Went Down, down, down went the Elephant, just as he had gone up, up, up on the rope.
- aren't "English Dukes aren't so easily got," he said.