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Answer for the clue "Suffix with depend or descend", 3 letters:
ent

Alternative clues for the word ent

"The Lord of the Rings" creature

Suffix with exist or insist

Suffix with insist

Tolkien forest giant

Suffix with correspond

Tolkein tree-man

Suffix with consist

"Lord of the Rings" creature

Suffix with superintend

Suffix with absorb

Suffix with respond

Tolkien creature

Med. specialty

Fangorn Forest dweller

M.D.'s specialty

Insect study: Abbr.

Suffix with persist

Suffix with differ

Suffix with exist

Tolkien tree creature

Characterized by: Suffix

Creature in "The Two Towers"

Treebeard in "The Lord of the Rings," e.g.

Sinus specialist, briefly

Otoscope user, for short

Med. focus

Kind of Dr.

Specialist M.D.

Dr. who handles otitis cases: Abbr.

Suffix with despond

"Say 'ah'" doc

Ending with insist

M.D. specialty

Fangorn in "The Lord of the Rings," e.g.

Treebeard, e.g.

Apnea specialist, for short

Doc with a tongue depressor, maybe

Specialized M.D.

Apnea specialist: Abbr.

Sinusitis studier's specialty: Abbr.

Three-in-one M.D.

Talking tree of Middle-earth

Head doctor, for short?

Apnea diagnoser, briefly

Tolkien's Treebeard, e.g.

Otolaryngology: Abbr.

M.D. who may examine the sinuses

One who's often looking down in the mouth, for short?

M.D. concerned with tonsils

Certain M.D.

Fictional creature whose name is Old English for "giant"

"The Lord of the Rings" tree creature

Rhinology expert, for short

Adenoidectomy specialist, for short

One who might write an Rx for drops

Penlight-wielding doc

Strep treater, for short

Treelike creature in "The Lord of the Rings"

Forest creature in "The Lord of the Rings"

Dr. for the neck up

Sinus doc

"The Two Towers" denizen

Battle of Isengard participant

Tonsil doc

One of a race in Middle-earth

Head doc?

Tinnitus treater: Abbr.

Fangorn Forest denizen

Med. specialist

Otorhinolaryngology, familiarly

Foe of Saruman, in Tolkien

Sinus specialist, succinctly

Treelike creature of Middle-earth

Suffix with subsist

Specialist in three of the five senses, for short

Suffix for consist

Ending for differ

Ending for differ or insist

Tolkien character

An imperfect ten?

Suffix for exist

Defer or differ ending

Ending for depend

An end for depend

Talking tree of fantasy

Suffix with depend

Suffix for differ

Suffix with insist or differ

Ending for respond or despond

A.F.B. in Colorado

Suffix with differ or defer

Ending with insist or exist

Tolkien creation

Adjectival suffix

Air Force Base at Colorado Springs

Suffix with depend or absorb

Noun suffix

Suffix with exist and insist

Ending with persist

Ending with consist

Adjective-forming suffix

Inner: Comb. form

Tolkien tree-man

Word definitions for ent in dictionaries

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. (context fantasy English) A fictional large talking tree. Etymology 2 vb. (context dialect British Devon English) To empty or pour.

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Ents are a race of beings in J. R. R. Tolkien 's fantasy world Middle-earth who closely resemble trees . They are similar to the talking trees in folklore around the world. Their name is derived from the Anglo-Saxon word for giant . The Ents appear in The...

Usage examples of ent.

Verteidigung der Stadt die Waffen ergreifen und entging bei einem Ausfall nur mit genauer Noth dem Tode.

The Ents were composed at the elementary level of information-processing quanta, after all, and it did not seem so strange that they should be able to influence things around them by what they would perceive as thought.

In any case, the Thuriens had already commenced an intensive program of research into the matter, and whatever the precise form of the final answer, there seemed every chance that the Ents would come to put their unique abilities and nature to good use, and take their place in the Omniverse, alongside Terrans, Jevlenese, and Ganymeans.

Thuriens had already commenced an intensive program of research into the matter, and whatever the precise form of the final answer, there seemed every chance that the Ents would come to put their unique abilities and nature to good use, and take their place in the Omniverse, alongside Terrans, Jevlenese, and Ganymeans.

ENT specialists have, at differENT times, embarked on major speleological expeditions into my nasal passages, but most of them have come back baffled.

Also appar ent was a primitive alchemy that fascinated and dis turbed in equal measure.

Ent personality was somehow impressed upon the datastream and transferred with it to express itself in the brain patterns of the Exoverse host.

And when the scientists got down to talking more about it, the apparent miracle-workings of some of the Ents began to sound less farfetched.

The Ents were composed at the elementary level of information-processing quanta, after all, and it did not seem so strange that they should be able to influence things around them by what they would perceive as thought.

The agEnts they sent to Earth included Ents, and the things the Ents talked about from their own past got mixed up with the real history going on around them.

That left one final mystery that the team felt should have at least a tentative explanation before they approached Calazar: How could the Ents have become aware that an Exoverse existed, and have managed to escape into it?

Through their ability to influence objects and evEnts remotely as we have already seen, some of the Ents discovered how to draw these currEnts lower until they could intercept the flow directly.

Instead, the same principle of correspondence that caused emerged Ents to remember their past experiences in Exoversemeaningful terms would cause the surrogates to perceive their experiences in terms that were familiar.

Hunt, whatever the nature of the bound pattern of cells that VISAR had needed to commandeer to create his Ent-equivalent acceptable to other Ents, would look, to himself, like Huntmodified and appareled in whatever way VISAR judged appropriate to the circumstances that it discerned.

For all anyone outside knew, many of the Ents might want to stay there, and nobody was going to disagree with their right to do so.