Correct spelling for APARTMERNT

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Possible correct spellings for apartmernt

  • Abutment(Definition of abutment)
  • As yet they could not tell whether their retreat downwards was in reality cut off. where they stood an abutment of the cliff hid the ravine below.

  • Apartment(Definition of apartment)
  • La peyrade picked up his hat, and seemed about to rush from the apartment; but at the door he turned and cast upon the handsome creature a look of tenderness.

  • Abatement(Definition of abatement)
  • The latter writer observes: it would be paying niagara a poor compliment to say that, practically she does not hurl off this chaffering by-play from her cope; but as you value the integrity of your impression, you are bound to affirm that it hereby suffers appreciable abatement; you wonder, as you stroll about, whether it is altogether an unrighteous dream that with the slow progress of culture, and the possible or impossible growth of some larger comprehension of beauty and fitness, the public conscience may not tend to ensure to such sovereign phases of nature something of the inviolability and privacy which we are slow to bestow, indeed, upon fame, but which we do not grudge, at least, to art.

  • Department(Definition of department)
  • Mystified, i began my report, but was immediately stopped by jarras with a peevish gesture: "all right, all right; keep all that for the chief of department.

  • Deportment(Definition of deportment)
  • Their deportment was insolent and self-sufficient; their eyes were disdainful and all- conquering.

  • Assortment(Definition of assortment)
  • I am leaving a small assortment of neckties on the mantelpiece, sir, for you to select according to your preference.

  • Apartments
  • She found her, in her own apartments, a respectable woman indeed, perfectly ready to tell everything that she knew, and evidently quite unsuspicious of anything wrong.