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Correct spellings for VESANT

  • cent An interesting town with a church, St. Andoche, 12th cent .
  • peasant Only it should be remembered that the fight must be between tyranny and liberty, and that the Russian peasant must work out his own salvation. I treat you like a queen and you play me like peasant No matter what I do you try to make me feel unpleasant – Why You Treat Me So Bad by shaggy
  • resent She dared not resent being called Charlotte just then.
  • saint Any one who can do that must be a very real and a very big saint indeed.
  • sand A mere glance at the country all round made me feel sure that the sand had been conveyed from the south.
  • sent He would not give his name, but sent word that I knew him very well for all that.
  • vacant The vacant houses had most all the windows broken out.
  • vast Never had the palace seemed so silent or so vast .
  • vaunt The editors of southern newspapers openly vaunt , that every abolitionist who sets foot in their soil, shall, if he be discovered, be hung at once, without judge or jury.
  • vend About this period slaves were forbidden to vend sugar, rum, molasses, or sugar canes, besides many other articles.
  • vent When he had gone out, without having condescended to notice any of the household, Master Junkie gave vent to a long-suspended howl, and claimed the undivided attention of Mrs Scholtz, whose touching blandishments utterly failed in quieting him.
  • verdant As he looked across the verdant basin of marshy ground around which the road curved like a horseshoe, he could see the city spread out like a map before him.
  • vest It is possible that he found Mayor Poundstone, who was adorned with a white string tie, a soft slouch hat, a Prince Albert coat, and horseshoe cut vest , mildly amusing.
  • vesta At this the two brothers laughed heartily, and Nemesianus exclaimed, "You do not belong to the Temple of Vesta , most lovely of roses, and yet you are well protected by such sharp thorns that it requires a great deal of courage to venture to attack you."
  • visitant Would Howard come and break the spell and drive away the dreadful nightly visitant ?
  • want If you want me.
  • west Can't Mrs. West help?
  • Went Nevertheless, the work went on.
  • Vedanta The paragon of all monistic systems is the Vedanta philosophy of Hindostan, and the paragon of Vedantist missionaries was the late Swami Vivekananda who visited our shores some years ago.
  • Vesting Catholic writers of the highest authority St. Augustine, St. Thomas, Bellarmin, and Suarez, whom to cite is to cite nearly the whole body of Catholic theologians, follow in the main the political philosophy of Greece and Rome as set forth by Plato, Aristotle, and Cicero; and there is no doubt that, while vesting sovereignty in the community, or the people politically associated, they generally incline to monarchy, tempered by a mixture of aristocracy and democracy, as does Aristotle himself.
  • Santa "You ought to ask the Prince of Santa Croce to introduce you to the princess.
  • hasn't I wonder he hasn't shot you long ago."
  • wasn't This wasn't so good.

80 words made from the letters VESANT