Common misspellings for ghent:

gerheart, gallent, givent, genda, gointg, ginat, genlty, thento, gentic, gount, agaent, gaent, feqent, thenty, coennt, gwinett, whernt, sighend, kinet, goint, gunite, javen't, whent, shent, goingto, juggernut, gaiend, egent, gottent, whnet, whenit, theunit, whenter, ghetoo, gothenburgh, gient, guinite, ghand, quent, gigant, thent, cueeent, gendar, givento, ghone, gheto, gaint, giatn, genst, urjent, agient, genlte, cohearnt, goignt, guned, guant, nignt, thenit, gon't, highened, ghandi, gined, thougnt, genter, whenout, ccent, wghen, agernt, greent, gente, kichent, gentc, highend, cment, gront, jiont, greant, thoughend, pagaent, ckient, gogint, gointo, gteat, righnt, geant, tighened, gende, grenite, cunent, cudent, ugent, hoent, geert, gahndi, genotyp, kithenette, gernate, haent, aganet, quentiy, egeant, genty, fighint, garnt, gioant, goignto, goingt, cohernt, gueat, ghent, gheist, toghened, guante, garnte, gentl, nihnet, guaentee, gaiant, ginto, ghiest, aggent, gwhat, ganet, heent, leeeeeento, ganntt, gfet, gget, ghet, gauint, goument, gveet, guaerntee, guewt, haen't, digient, nugent, ghunt, qwent, when't, whern't, whuent, fhent, vhent, hhent, yhent, gnent, gjent, guent, ghwnt, ghsnt, ghdnt, ghrnt, gh4nt, gh3nt, ghebt, ghemt, ghejt, gheht, ghenr, gheng, gheny, ghen6, ghen5, fghent, gfhent, vghent, gvhent, bghent, gbhent, hghent, ghhent, yghent, gyhent, tghent, gthent, gghent, ghgent, ghbent, gnhent, ghnent, gjhent, ghjent, guhent, ghuent, ghyent, ghwent, ghewnt, ghsent, ghesnt, ghdent, ghednt, ghrent, ghernt, gh4ent, ghe4nt, gh3ent, ghe3nt, ghebnt, ghenbt, ghemnt, ghenmt, ghejnt, ghenjt, ghehnt, ghenht, ghenrt, ghentr, ghenft, ghentf, ghengt, ghentg, ghenyt, ghenty, ghen6t, ghent6, ghen5t, ghent5, ghnt, ghnet, ghetn, gheent, ghennt, ghentt, ohent, ehent, gxent, glent, ghmnt, ghgnt, ghe.t, gheft, gheot, ghen4, ghend, ghenp, ghenv, g hent, gh ent, ghe nt, ghen t.

Usage examples for ghent

  1. They will never do any harm to Ghent.  A Journal of Impressions in Belgium by May Sinclair
  2. My friend, Professor Von Reisenberg, of the University of Ghent, pursued a series of investigations into the capacity of various animals to receive ideas.  Edison, His Life and Inventions by Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin
  3. Their khaki uniforms on more than one occasion in Ghent made German sentries jump.  Fanny Goes to War by Pat Beauchamp
  4. Ghent is younger than Dutch, and taller, but less powerfully built.  Dramatic Technique by George Pierce Baker