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Correct spellings for DIFERNAT

  • decant But women decant their affection, sweet and sound, out of the old bottles into the new ones,-off from the lees of the past generation, clear and bright, into the clean vessels just made ready to receive it.
  • defeat We know that this corporation will have an answer to this defeat of its bill.
  • defend Food was hard to get, and there were not enough war men to defend the tribe.
  • deferment
  • defiant
  • defined In an instant we were out of the town, taking our way over a well-defined road.
  • definite But they were not definite enough to be put forward.
  • defunct Herodotus-an historian whose works I feel a certain gratification in publicly mentioning as good-informs us, that when a cat died in the dwelling of an ancient Egyptian, the owner shaved his eyebrows as a mark of grief, embalmed the defunct animal in a consecrated house, and carried it to be interred in a considerable city of Lower Egypt, called 'Bubastis'-an Egyptian word which I have discovered to mean The Sepulchre of all the Cats; whence it is scarcely erroneous to infer-' At this point the speaker's power of recollection and articulation suddenly failed him, and Carrio-who had listened with perfect gravity to his master's oration upon cats-took immediate advantage of the opportunity now afforded him to speak again.
  • dent
  • deviant
  • different
  • dissent
  • divergent Further back still, a brief review of his early career must be given, not only to set the man's figure in relation to his environment, but to show that this final phase was in reality no new departure, no break with his past, but a true though a divergent evolution from all that had gone before.
  • divert
  • durant A gentle tap on the shoulder aroused me from the profound reverie in which I had been plunged, and I was very glad to recognize, in the visitor who had broken the spell, my good friend Durant, who called to invite me to attend his grand ascension, the following day.
  • feint
  • didn't