What is the correct spelling for VACAANT?
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Correct spellings for VACAANT
- cant The Passage, taken out of the Spectator, could not relate to Gildon, because of the French Cant , which he did not affect, nor understand.
- decant The vessel being produced, I bade him decant his bottle into it, which he having done, I nodded in a very deliberate manner, and said, "Pledge you."
- pageant He stood calmly surveying the tremendous pageant , and thought in each roar and crash: "This must be the climax."
- recant The two youths were led to the stake at Brussels, on July 1, 1523. Before the faggots were kindled they were told that they might still be freed if they would recant .
- scant Hardy repressed his annoyance by an effort, and endeavoured, but with scant success, to return the other's smile.
- vacant On the whole Strip there was not a vacant quarter-section.
- vacantly She turned, and perceiving Dodo leaning vacantly , said: "Excuse me!"
- vacate The good old priest is ready to take possession as soon as we vacate and will put everything into what Alfy calls 'apple-pie order,' according to a red man's fancy.
- vagrant I have an idea, a vagrant idea that comes to me, and I harbor it: now that there is a little snow, and its crust is hard, I shall walk across the fields into Sweden.
- valiant From him sprang, by a singular kind of descent, a line of valiant and expert sailors.
- vaunt A great man can do anything-but vaunt ."
- verdant The scrub we met with on the rising ground, consisted of the verdant bushes in rosewood scrubs, and we next found brigalow all dead, with a rich crop of grass growing amongst the dead stems.
- Vacating From the centre window an excellent view might be obtained of Reuben struggling with the cabin-trunk, which the placid taxi-driver had unstrapped and lowered on to the janitor's shoulders without vacating his seat.