What is the correct spelling for AENTA?

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Correct spellings for AENTA

  • aeneas The Charnwood Lincoln, for example, is a noble portrait, not of an actual human being, but of an epic figure, replete with significance, who moves on much the same level of reality as Aeneas or St. George.
  • aeneid He was also much in Sicily, and the later books of the Aeneid seem to show personal observation of many parts of Central Italy.
  • agenda Any ad-hoc this tight could pull off anything if it advanced their agenda .
  • agent I am an agent of the British Secret Service.
  • ana The ingenious writer of the Turkish Spy is John Paul Marana, an Italian; so that the Turkish Spy is just as real a personage as Cid Hamet, from whom Cervantes says he had his "History of Don Quixote."
  • anna Very truly yours, Anna R. Fleegor.
  • ant Notizie debgli scavi di ant .
  • ante As I went out I was surprised to see a band of forty men-at-arms in the ante -room.
  • anti The Socialist party, with its anti -militarist programme, would sweep Germany and compel the Government rapidly to follow suit.
  • aorta The Emperor entered Warsaw on the 1st of January 1807. Most of the reports which he had received previous to his entrance had concurred in describing the dissatisfaction of the troops, who for some time had had to contend with bad roads, bad weather, and all aorta of privations.
  • aunt It isn't true, is it, Aunt Stella?
  • auntie Wouldn't he have old Mrs Dean's pink note, auntie ?
  • bent Between them, it was strange how Tommy sat, drawing, with face bent down, saying nothing.
  • cent He give every cent to his mother.
  • dent She is a very useful vessel, making monthly trips to Dent Island in addition to her other duties.
  • end It would have been better for them in the end .
  • enid He was envying me Enid !
  • enter She found she could not enter .
  • eta For no goddess can be an eta -even if it were possible for a mortal as beautiful as you to be an eta .
  • etna Let us bid farewell to Etna from Taormina.
  • gent Might have been about the same age as the gent , but I couldn't swear to that.
  • kent But she kent cook.
  • lent The two horses which, with the wagon, had been kindly lent them for their next day's moving were in the barn.
  • manta
  • pent Why are you so pent up here?
  • rent Devotion, stroke the home-borne wheat: While other rustics, less attent To prayers, than to merriment, Run after with their breeches rent. – THE HOCK-CART, OR HARVEST HOME:TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MILDMAY, EARL OF WESTMORLAND by Robert Herrick
  • sent That sea-god's name, who in a deep content Sprang dripping, and, with captive demons sent – Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin by William Butler Yeats
  • tent So I leave the drafty tent This will be a ten well spent – Faith Healer by Shonen Knife
  • vent
  • Ain't But we ain't going to be.
  • And And now here he was.
  • Anent "I think naught will be said anent the subject," he replied.
  • Went She went to look for him.
  • Into Let us go into another room."
  • Onto You see, I thought it would be a bright scheme to hang onto the place for a year or so, before I tries to unload.
  • Unto Oh, what fortune is equal unto mine!
  • Alta His old friend Colonel McComb obtained for him free use of the "Alta" letters.
  • Anita And I told him briefly of my accidental meeting with Anita in the donjon, of the practical joke we planned, of our sudden meeting with the real ghost on the ramparts.
  • Benita Benita thought a moment.
  • Etta Georgia was eight, and Etta five.
  • Andy "And it is simply because I am going with Andy Buckton.
  • Santa I promised to speak to Santa Claus about it.
  • Ants Just as ants when a hand breaks in on their dwelling, hurry restlessly hither and thither, so an unwonted stir had agitated, not the school-boys only, but the teachers and the priests.
  • aunts "I rejoined the Venetian, and told him that his business was done, and asked him at what time I should introduce him the next day, warning him that as she had a mother and aunts she would not be alone.
  • INT
  • ONT
  • aren't And aren't you afraid of them?

16 words made from the letters AENTA

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