What is the correct spelling for INVNETED?

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Correct spellings for INVNETED

  • indented And he rolled out a thin layer of pie-dough and taking the spur for a "pattern-wheel," he indented a free-hand sketch of the Concho brand on the immaculate dough.
  • infected If he be infected with such opinions, for Christ's sake pray that he be not sent; or if he has already departed, warn the Dieppe people to beware of him."
  • infested In places infested by them, the visits of European sportsmen to the vicinity of their haunts are eagerly encouraged by the natives, who think themselves happy in lending their services to track the ordinary herds in consideration of the benefit conferred on the village communities by the destruction of a rogue.
  • intended He had intended telephoning Blair and Shelby, and if they said all was well at home he would go there at once.
  • invent The shop was never built; the genius failed to invent .
  • invented We speak not now of celestial bodies only seen in the telescope; we refer to the ordinary observation which detected Venus ages before telescopes were invented .
  • inventor You would not dream that he was a great inventor if you did not see something he had actually done.
  • inverted And it fell back exhausted; then unlikely as it may appear, the parts of his life were inverted , the body was upright, and held its own, commanding the terrified soul, repressed this panic in a furious tension.
  • invested By the way, how is your property invested ?"
  • invited He was invited to sit down.
  • Invaded I felt that it had invaded the garden and that its very branches were rubbing against the windows.
  • invents He makes virtually no use of the value concept there developed in explaining the causation of dynamic change, but instead, as I have pointed out in that chapter, invents new concepts, which do the work of the value concept, which he calls "Kaufkraft," "Kapital," and "Kredit," which do not rest on marginal utility, but rather on the activities of certain centres of economic power, particularly of banks.
  • reinvented

107 words made from the letters INVNETED