What is the correct spelling for PACENT?

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Correct spellings for PACENT

  • ascent The essence of the resurrection is this: Resurrection is not coming to life again with the same body, but ascent into a higher life with a new body.
  • cent I remembered the name, and determined to smoke one after dinner if it took my last cent .
  • decent If there is anybody decent in the place I want to know her.
  • nascent Indeed, even those Kindergartens which are professedly exclusive, and which confine their ministrations to the children of one particular neighborhood, are obliged by the nature of things to contain nascent individualities of almost every type.
  • pacing At one time, pacing the floor in a fit of rage and indignation, she was ready to dash herself against the door, or scream and scream and scream until some one came to her.
  • pageant The last wheels rattled round the corner, and a little pageant , more richly coloured, came across the stage.
  • paint But I want to paint !
  • pant And then they heard a pant , and there, sitting beside them, was an enormous man with a red face.
  • parent "Either one may go at any time," the doctor said, and when alone in the house with them the daughter was haunted with a morbid dread which frequently caused her to hesitate before opening the door, with the fear that she might find a parent gone.
  • patent But in both cases the same answer is patent , viz.
  • patient There's your patient , sir.
  • payment On the level he said, strangely breathless, 'Now I want payment .
  • peasant As she did this I saw that she appeared to be of the superior peasant class, but evidently sunk in poverty.
  • pent He looked at her, and his pent -up passion leaped to his eyes and filled them with a glowing and fiery tenderness,-her head drooped suddenly, and she turned quickly, to avoid that searching, longing gaze.
  • percent At age 16, never having spent a single day in high school, I passed the university entrance exams with a grade of 97 percent .
  • placenta At the time of birth the placenta measures nearly an inch in thickness, is as large around as a breakfast-plate, and generally weighs a pound and a quarter, that is, approximately one-sixth of the weight of the child.
  • potent The spell which had conquered Julius Caesar was as vivid, as potent as ever.
  • recent McWade confessed that he was neither angry nor offended at the recent attitude of suspicion-he was merely amused.
  • scent I want to put them finally off the scent .
  • Docent
  • Paced

72 words made from the letters PACENT