Words nearby -ence
How to use -ence in a sentence
Of course circumstances make a differ ence in the desires of men, but the general original tendency is as stated.The Science of Human Nature|William Henry Pyle
Pres′ence-cham′ber, -room, the chamber or room in which a great personage receives company.
Folks calls 'im Laz'rus in ref'ence to de Bible chil' what riz up jes' same way lak', outen de daid col' tomb.The Faith Healer|William Vaughn Moody
The refer ence to O-Kuni seems to me extremely severe; for her story is very beautiful and touching.The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 2|Elizabeth Bisland
Well, sir, it didn't make no diff'ence whether we'd been did befo' or not, he 'lowed thet he wanted to see us vaccinated ag'in.Sonny, A Christmas Guest|Ruth McEnery Stuart