Denotes

Common misspellings for denotes:

tentacel, dentuous, definites, tennets, fotnotes, dontes, denoes, dutites, doents, knotes, doenuts, denter, dienosed, dentisry, denoce, deinite, dentel, conotes, denisties, identys, dentes, definates, denouced, tentes, dantes, dentest, twneties, dentis, dianetes, tenates, shentoes, didn'tsee, idenites, denieds, dends, duonuts, idenities, denouce, disoutes, donutes, denitst, denouces, denotate, denoms, danforths, denires, identies, decates, dianotis, twenites, headnotes, donaters, dephts, don'tsee, denioes, ventse, days'notice, tewnties, dences, dentise, deignates, donote, dedtors, deinitey, denetist, dionostice, donores, senotes, xenotes, cenotes, fenotes, renotes, eenotes, dwnotes, dsnotes, ddnotes, drnotes, d4notes, d3notes, dejotes, dehotes, denites, denktes, denltes, denptes, den0tes, den9tes, denofes, denoges, denoyes, deno6es, deno5es, denotws, denotss, denotds, denotrs, denot4s, denot3s, denotea, denotez, sdenotes, dsenotes, xdenotes, dxenotes, cdenotes, dcenotes, fdenotes, dfenotes, rdenotes, drenotes, edenotes, deenotes, dwenotes, dewnotes, desnotes, ddenotes, dednotes, dernotes, d4enotes, de4notes, d3enotes, de3notes, debnotes, denbotes, demnotes, denmotes, dejnotes, denjotes, dehnotes, denhotes, deniotes, denoites, denkotes, denoktes, denlotes, denoltes, denpotes, denoptes, den0otes, deno0tes, den9otes, deno9tes, denortes, denotres, denoftes, denotfes, denogtes, denotges, denoytes, denotyes, deno6tes, denot6es, deno5tes, denot5es, denotwes, denotews, denotses, denotess, denotdes, denoters, denot4es, denote4s, denot3es, denote3s, denoteas, denotesa, denotezs, denotesz, denotexs, denotesx, denotees, denotese, denotesw, enotes, dnotes, ednotes, dneotes, dentoes, denoets, dennotes, denootes, denottes, tenotes, lenotes, dunotes, dmnotes, danotes, dgnotes, de.otes, deootes, dengtes, denmtes, denntes, deno4es, denodes, denopes, denoves, denoues, denotus, denotms, denotas, denotgs, denoteq, deknotes, denaughtes, deknowtes, d enotes, de notes, den otes, deno tes, denot es, denote s.

Usage examples for denotes

  1. It was a man of twenty- six or twenty- seven years, of medium height, well set up, with dark brown hair, a slightly flushed face, sharp eyes, turned- up nose, and a huge mouth- everything, in short, which denotes a jovial companion.  San-Cravate; or, The Messengers; Little Streams by Charles Paul de Kock
  2. By " proper visual ideas," Berkeley denotes colours, and light, and shade; and, therefore, he affirms that colours do not appear to be at any distance from us.  Critiques and Addresses by Thomas Henry Huxley
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