What is the correct spelling for TAPENDAE?

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Correct spellings for TAPENDAE

  • append Do not confuse with the list method "append", which adds a single element to a list: l = [1, 2] l.
  • depend I'll pledge you my word it will, and I'll take care that you shall hear everything that goes on there; and, depend upon it, it's your best chance. Again I used arrogance as something to depend Condemned all religion to a pitiless end – Typical by Laura Marling
  • panda Now this woman of whom you thought so much has deserted you for your friend and my brother, the Prince Umbelazi-Umbelazi who is called the Handsome, and who, if the fortune of war goes with him, as it may or may not, will succeed to Panda, my father.
  • pander He never followed the nation, but always led her in the path of duty and of honor, and was much more prone to rebuke the vices than to pander to the passions of his hearers.
  • pedant We know what Lewis Carroll was in daily life: he was a singularly serious and conventional don, universally respected, but very much of a pedant and something of a Philistine.
  • pindar Pillow, General Gideon Johnson, misprints concerning, 157. Pindar, as characterized by Mrs. Browning, 68. Plato, as characterized by Mrs. Browning, 68; contributor to Bible of humanity, 68; riches of, 68. Pocket editions, 22, 23. Poe, Edgar Allan, quoted, 28, 152, 158; small bulk of his poetry, 69. Poetry, Hazlitt on, 141, 142; print as an interpreter of its meaning, 17, 18; type appropriate to, 137, 138. Pope, Alexander, a ghost word referred to him, 158, 159; Hazlitt on, 142. Possessions, distinguished from Property, 31, 32. "Power, A secret of personal," 162-167. Powers of leadership developed under stress, 163. Pre-Columbian book, see Mexican.
  • spend Spend all of that you want to."
  • spender
  • stipend
  • talent
  • tanned
  • taped
  • tapered
  • taping
  • tapped
  • tend
  • tender
  • tepid
  • toned
  • topside
  • trend
  • trendy
  • tuned
  • tuppence Where is the politician to-day who cares tuppence for anything but the main chance?
  • typed
  • upend
  • Depended That depended upon the pleasure of his master.
  • Pend
  • Pudenda
  • depends Whether I do or not depends upon you.
  • trendier