What is the correct spelling for TREMANT?

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Correct spellings for TREMANT

  • demand But to whom shall I address this demand ?
  • dormant The National Conservation Commission thereupon became dormant .
  • fremont "Brinsmade, you fellows did have a session with Fremont , didn't you?
  • remand The other man being already under sentence for two years, it was not considered necessary to make out a remand -warrant for him.
  • remind Nothing to remind him?
  • remount The fidalgo was too much injured and fatigued to remount his horse, and therefore took his seat in his litter; the two wounded men-servants being placed in the third, while the females mounted the mules of the former; one of the mules of the fourth litter having been wounded, they were unable to support a burden.
  • torment No, he saw too plainly the torment that would lie before him-disgrace, grief of wife and children, soon all the world wishing him dead.
  • treatment The joy of life-the warm sunshine and pleasant breeze of spring-is not wholly lost upon them, despite their hard fare, and the not very affectionate treatment they receive at home.
  • trend This is frequently the case when enemy action will chiefly affect details rather than the general trend of the operations.
  • truant The many truant hours which he had devoted to sporting in the Hudson, had made him an expert swimmer, yet, with all his strength and skill, he found great difficulty in reaching the shore.
  • truman Accordingly, by means of my late friend, Truman Harford, the eldest son of the respectable family of that name, to which I have already mentioned myself to have been introduced, I gained access to the muster-roll of the ship Brothers.
  • tyrant Of course Westcott would be most hopelessly beaten, but might not this prove the beginning of the end of their tyrant ?
  • Dreamt But if Ricardo and his school had less faith than they reasonably might have had in the possibility of a permanent upward tendency in wages, they certainly never dreamt of believing in any permanent downward tendency.
  • Trent "Oh, life is never that," said Mrs. Trent , "for women."

122 words made from the letters TREMANT