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Correct spelling for ACOMMON
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Possible correct spellings for acommon
- Acrimony(Definition of acrimony)
- Uncommon(Definition of uncommon)
- Acorn(Definition of acorn)
- Action(Definition of action)
- Commoner(Definition of commoner)
- Acumen(Definition of acumen)
- Gammon(Definition of gammon)
- Common(Definition of common)
- Amman(Definition of amman)
- Commune(Definition of commune)
When the first observators appeared there was some excuse for his acrimony.
What of uncommon would there be in this case, but for her watchfulness!
Through our friend, admiral acton, i became acquainted with professor panceri, professor of comparative anatomy; signore de gasparis, who has discovered nine of the minor planets, and is an excellent mathematician, and some others.
If they had heard of it, they would wonder why the son of so rich a cowman as bob birnie should be hiring out as a common cowpuncher so far from home.
The hunger of life storms at the gates that exclude it from the joy of being, and the individual soul multiplies its expressions by being mirrored in the collective, as the little vine mirrors itself in its many flowers, or as the acorn individualizes itself a thousandfold in the many-leafed oak.
"you have seen her action.
The former, when he had sent out his call for other cowmen of the region, had encountered great difficulty in getting his neighbors to give up their time to the disposal of bud larkin's case.
The most learned student in my college-the man whose life was most exemplary, whose acquirements were most admirable-was shown me sitting, as a commoner, in the lowest place.
His questions were so ceaseless and innumerable that the penetrating curiosity of an unusually strong mind was regarded as deficiency in powers of comprehension, and the father himself, a man of no mean ingenuity and ability, reports that the child, although capable of reducing him to exhaustion by endless inquiries, was often spoken of as rather wanting in ordinary acumen.
"i am sure," said gammon, smiling, "that you will give us credit for consulting your best interests, if they should prove to be in any degree concerned in our present inquiries!
This he has in common with the hottentot.
Amman says that van helmont had discovered a manual alphabet and used it to instruct the deaf, but had not attained very good results.
"voyons," he persisted, "do you think the commune is going to let a comrade starve for lack of badinguet's lozenges?