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Correct spellings for AUDIENECES

  • audience And at last the audience laughed also.
  • Agencies It will be better to employ your men from different Agencies , so that one may not know of the other, or his business."
  • Indices I have often put this to the test by visiting various penitentiaries in order to meet some of the noted criminals of whose careers I had made a study, and invariably, in expression, in voice and manner, in gait and bearing, in the hundred and one little indices by which the soul betrays itself, I have found them as I had mentally portrayed them.
  • alliances All the great lords possessed the right of peace and war: they were engaged in perpetual hostilities with each other: the open country was become a scene of outrage and disorder: the cities, still mean and poor, were neither guarded by walls, nor protected by privileges, and were exposed to every insult: individuals were obliged to depend for safety on their own force, or their private alliances : and valour was the only excellence which was held in esteem, or gave one man the pre-eminence above another.
  • advances However, in spite of the advances of this influential and amiable man, Pierre scarcely liked him.
  • adduces He even insists that the fishes, though living in water, breathe air, and he adduces in support of this idea the fact that whenever a river is entirely frozen the fishes die.
  • evidences Myrtilus received the design, appearing to approve and consent to it, but privately discovered it to Pyrrhus, by whose command he recommended Alexicrates, his chief cup-bearer, to Gelo, as a fit instrument for their design, Pyrrhus being very desirous to have proof of the plot by several evidences .
  • dunces The difference is, that with the wide diffusion of scientific education among the whole people, demanded by M. Comte, their faith, however implicit, would not be that of ignorance: it would not be the blind submission of dunces to men of knowledge, but the intelligent deference of those who know much, to those who know still more.
  • audiences There are also several other like balladisms, and sundry sonnets, all of which I had from time to time to greet my American audiences withal.
  • ounces You might as well discuss how long a frock-coat ought to be, or how many ounces of food a man ought to eat.
  • affiances
  • dances And I bet if she dances I'll make him buy them!"
  • cadences He could hear somewhat of the side-splitting jokes, with the laughs that followed, the tinkle of banjo accompaniments and the mellow cadences of plantation songs, the rattle of castanets and the tattoo of the jig dancers' feet.
  • anti-christ
  • apostacized

402 words made from the letters AUDIENECES