What is the correct spelling for DLIENT?

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Correct spellings for DLIENT

  • client My mouth never opens to let out anything about a client.
  • Clint
  • decent And I should say a by no means decent character.
  • dent I asked him, but my demand made no apparent dent, for he danced on without answering.
  • didn't
  • diligent Pietro was very diligent in all his efforts and endeavoured steadily to do himself honour and to acquire fame in art.
  • dint When he saw her black dress, her deep mourning, he had hard work to keep from breaking out, but by dint of a good brush of his eyes with the back of his hand, and a moment's pause, he could look at her again with tolerable calmness.
  • Docent
  • flint Flint played out and ruined!
  • fluent But Cleveland had high birth and a handsome competence-his manners were delightful, his conversation fluent-and his disposition was as amiable as his mind was cultured.
  • glint "You say," and there was an inquiring glint in his eyes, "she was rather on friendly terms with the burglar."
  • holds with
  • lent "Good morning, Padre," she said in her pretty voice, to which the foreign accent lent additional charm.
  • lint And I cannot do any thing, I cannot join in the universal exultation-I can do nothing but prepare lint!
  • pliant In slender threads they twist The pliant gold, and in the web display, Each as she works, an ancient story fair.
  • salient A short man with remarkable breadth of shoulder and depth of chest entered; he was smooth shaven and salient of jaw and wore the air of one who was not easily balked in anything that he undertook.
  • silent They were silent for a little.
  • talent "And you'd rather have your singing ruined than part for a moment with a scrap of your physical influence, of the influence that comes from your beauty, not your talent-your face, not your soul.