What is the correct spelling for CKIENT?

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Correct spellings for CKIENT

  • cant In a word, and the cant one which yet happens to express my state of mind to a nicety, I had already "weakened" on the whole business which I had been in such a foolish hurry to undertake, though not for one reactionary moment upon her for whom I had undertaken it. cant wait can't wait I Cant wait to be with you (cant wait) – I Cant wait to be with you by dj jazzy jeff & the fresh prince
  • cent The first votes were 45 per cent .
  • client Friendliness was natural to him when visited for the first time by a new client , and that there should be frankness between lawyers and client s he considered essential.
  • cogent On the one hand the Council pleaded the engagements entered into between Japan and her European allies as a cogent motive for handing over Shantung to Japan.
  • cornet The king, charmed by his handsome and martial figure, by his cultivated intellect and wonderful memory, had made him cornet in his cavalry guard, and a few weeks later he was promoted to a lieutenancy.
  • count
  • gent Bear Creek Valley has always been a quiet place since the Cornishes moved in; and they ain't been any call for a gent in my line of business up that way."
  • ghent But now there was nothing humorous about these haggard, dirty men from Ghent who had borne the first shock of the German attack.
  • giant Mr Tidey smiled, and observed, "You have the heart of a giant , Dan, though I don't know that a red warrior would reckon you as a man."
  • kant You could read Kant by yourself, if you wanted; but you must share a joke with someone else.
  • kent Tradition makes him Sidney's companion at Penshurst; in his early poems, Kent is the county with which he seems most familiar.
  • kind "I know her kind well," he had said to himself.
  • quint
  • skint
  • Can't Why can't we get together on this?"
  • Coined New gold and silver were coined at Antioch.
  • Clint Clint started with the ball and had his man out instantly.
  • CONT
  • joint

60 words made from the letters CKIENT