Common misspellings for gent

genni, generted, urgant, gallent, givent, gency, genda, gointg, con't, ginat, kinght, genlty, genva, thento, egnite, getat, goind, gentic, gount, agaent, gaent, gondi, ren't, genrate, irgent, cnet, feqent, veent, genatic, garntey, pagent, thenty, keepint, vaent, coennt, pergnet, giwht, gantz, gwinett, kenote, segent, magent, lignt, segeant, gental, wenet, cient, garntie, kinet, clent, goint, genatal, centi, penty, beignt, gunite, diigent, javen't, genteil, genue, genui, genertal, goand, shent, jonit, eignt, gentel, gettn, goingto, juggernut, gaiend, egent, ageint, gena, gaurenty, gottent, geniva, genr, eent, geneate, kent, coient, wsent, wen't, lagend, geine, genal, aquent, ngiht, gient, genune, guinite, pergent, wentt, ghand, legnt, genator, genl, quent, geni, gigant, pegnat, wkend, thent, ijnto, cllent, genetype, cueeent, gendar, kintg, ageand, pojnt, wento, recnt, garent, garenty, givento, gett, genitic, gant, agenty, kienect, penta, gentli, wentto, secnt, garentor, mignt, agnet, gaint, geat, getta, koint, ment, conta, wennt, getto, dento, giatn, ergent, loginto, genst, kentuchy, genn, urjent, agant, agient, genlte, gen, nent, goignt, geno, guned, geart, kinect, guant, geet, nignt, girnd, thenit, gon't, 10cent, dennt, rignt, quient, 1cent, ghandi, gined, gernaid, gewt, genom, getn, genter, garente, adgent, xenat, pennt, gerne, geneo, ccent, padgent, geate, gandthi, senyt, genne, peqnut, agernt, greent, ganite, agennt, qwant, geste, genuen, goeng, mgnt, naginta, gente, beganto, gunts, ent, decnt, nienty, gentc, highend, geneator, sigend, cment, genuin, gront, jugernaught, geutar, genry, wernt, jiont, agentt, agenet, giveit, greant, pugent, kentuck, pagaent, fente, ckient, gogint, genade, gointo, got'n, gteat, gedget, wnent, geant, getinto, rentt, gentil, aenta, getit, guirntee, kunte, kentuky, geneder, gende, wqant, geing, gauntee, grenite, agint, geast, cunent, gernade, ganhdi, geined, sernt, cudent, grnite, tagent, ugent, geneve, hoent, gandi, geert, gahndi, geona, cosernt, genotyp, gint, ageant, sent, centy, gernate, gestue, getti, genarat, jeny, aent, conti, haent, crrent, giene, aganet, goesand, wente, quentiy, egeant, genty, agentto, genetiv, logend, fighint, mergent, garnt, gelt, wvent, gioant, nernet, juntu, percnt, goignto, goingt, genarld, genuity, gentre, aernt, 4get, percnet, iknto, urgernt, kennet, paegent, gueat, gont, gettint, gerny, ganed, ghent, egenda, judgent, begunto, grnt, jenet, geantly, genual, kdont, guante, garnte, gentl, agend, went, genertae, genly, grnat, genertor, genetech, jeand, igonart, ient, guaentee, cabent, genle, generte, legent, vacaent, logint, feignt, gurntee, gaiant, ginto, garnd, kentcky, wewnt, aggent, geneated, kentukey, geniu, lernt, wwent, ageind, ganet, heent, aen't, aern't, gest, gertie, can''t, csn't, ca'nt, ganntt, gens, gen4, gedner, genertaor, genatl, jentel, genetly, gedt, gert, gfet, gget, gauint, goument, gaand, gveet, guaerntee, guewt, gynm, haen't, digient, jentny, ledgent, mentt, nugent, piagent, rnet, sen't, ghunt, kunit, qwent, wer'nt, wern't.

Quotes of gent

  1. The intelligent are to the intelligentsia what a gentleman is to a gent – Stanley Baldwin

Usage examples for gent

  1. “ " Damned funny gent Pete is. ” – Black Jack by Max Brand
  2. “ " D-- the Miss Hoggarties, ma'am," said the right honourable gent and he said it with such energy, that his grey horse gave a sudden lash out that well nigh sent him over his head. ” – The History of Samuel Titmarsh and the Great Hoggarty Diamond by William Makepeace Thackeray
  3. “ He's left a gent more dead than alive back in Martindale, and I want him. ” – Way of the Lawless by Max Brand
  4. First lady swing with the right hand round with the right hand gent – The Lady Doc by Caroline Lockhart
  5. “ Who's the young gent Clarence what? ” – Shorty McCabe on the Job by Sewell Ford
  6. It is often suggested that Mr. Milliken's 'Arry is the survival- or, at least, the descendant- of the " gent of Leech and the " snob" of Thackeray and Albert Smith. ” – The History of "Punch" by M. H. Spielmann
  7. Was that Mexican gent del Rio, in town? ” – The Bells of San Juan by Jackson Gregory
  8. “ There's a gent named Riley Sinclair nobody ain't never seen before. ” – The Rangeland Avenger by Max Brand
  9. And I asks you- and this other gent which I takes him to be a friend o' yours, and confidential- I asks you, can a man trust his own eyes and his own ears? ” – Ravensdene Court by J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
  10. “ " Well, he was a wise gent – Black Jack by Max Brand
  11. He said, " Slap your chest, 'peal to the honour of a British gent and pitch it in strong." ” – Romance by Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
  12. That Mexican gent yonder knows me of old- don't you, Ramon? ” – The Border Boys Across the Frontier by Fremont B. Deering
  13. The old gent lost. ” – Forty Years a Gambler on the Mississippi by George H. Devol
  14. St. George's Church, where she was buried, was destroyed by fire in 1727. The register of that church has this record: " 1616, May 21 Rebecca Wrothe Wyff of Thomas Wroth gent A Virginia lady borne, here was buried in ye chaunncle." ” – The Story of Pocahantas by Charles Dudley Warner Last Updated: February 22, 2009
  15. Come, farmer Pemberton," he added more quietly, " help me to hornament this gent and in a very brief space the two mastered and handcuffed the labourer. ” – The Life of Thomas Wanless, Peasant by Alexander Johnstone Wilson
  16. Know the old gent don't you?" ” – Torchy, Private Sec. by Sewell Ford
  17. If the gent don't choose to travel with it, let him stop here and be d- d! ” – Chippinge Borough by Stanley J. Weyman
  18. “ A man as was a Member of Parliament only last Session,- as belongs to no end of swell clubs, a gent as well known in London as any gent about the town! ” – Can You Forgive Her? by Anthony Trollope
  19. “ I want to know who was the gent that most likely tipped off your warden friend. ” – Torchy by Sewell Ford
  20. “ " I hope, madame and the young ladies, as well as this gent will be assured that-" " If you go on much longer making excuses, sir, you will have to excuse the length of your excuses; and it is time this came to an end!" ” – The Wandering Jew, Book II. by Eugene Sue