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They had predicted it to Mrs Todgers, as she (Todgers) could depone, that very morning.
LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF MARTIN CHUZZLEWITCHARLES DICKENS
It was not in his quality as confessor that Fra Gervasio heard the dying man depone.
THE STROLLING SAINTRAPHAEL SABATINI
I hope not,' said Miss, 'for we took care to depone them before they parted from us.'
THE LYON IN MOURNING, VOL. 1ROBERT FORBES
She did indeed depone to a line being left for me at her house, which said line miscarried.
CHAMBERS'S EDINBURGH JOURNAL, NO. 458VARIOUS
The s itself is often supplied by the liquids m or n; as in expreme, depreme; compone, depone.
THE GENTLE SHEPHERD: A PASTORAL COMEDYALLAN RAMSAY
Si amas historiam et fortia facta heroum, non depone Rollin, precor; ne Clio offendas nunc, nec illa det veniam olim.
THE WRITINGS OF HENRY DAVID THOREAU, VOLUME VI, FAMILIAR LETTERSHENRY DAVID THOREAU
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO DEPONE

  • attends
  • beholds
  • eyeballs
  • flash on
  • gets a load of
  • is a witness
  • is on hand
  • is on the scene
  • is present
  • looks on
  • marks
  • notes
  • notices
  • perceives
  • picks up on
  • pipes
  • reads
  • sees
  • sights
  • spies
  • spots
  • takes in
  • views
  • watches
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