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Correct spelling for APOITMENT
We think the word apoitment is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for apoitment
- Pediment(Definition of pediment)
- Assortment(Definition of assortment)
- Abutment(Definition of abutment)
- Deportment(Definition of deportment)
- Appointment(Definition of appointment)
- Ointment(Definition of ointment)
- Allotment(Definition of allotment)
- Apartment(Definition of apartment)
- Oddment(Definition of oddment)
Beneath them quivered his assortment of graduated chins.
This forms an abutment for supporting the ladle in the gudgeon band, being secured to this last by latch bolts and cotters.
During the evening, mrs. wilson observed egerton in familiar conversation with miss jarvis; and as she had been notified of his situation with respect to jane, she determined to watch narrowly into the causes of so singular a change of deportment in the young lady.
I accepted his friendly invitation, and was punctual to the appointment.
And this seemed to be the general opinion, so that the only practical outcome of thomas's ambition was a greater difficulty in procuring work, and a further advance in the rent of his allotment.
"well, then; i have received personal information, from a very high quarter, that a certain document of the last importance has been purloined from the royal apartments.
Madame de connal was in an inner apartment; and ormond, the instant after he entered this room with mademoiselle, heard a quick step, which he knew was dora's, running to bolt the door of the inner room-he was glad that she had not quite got rid of her english prejudices.