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Correct spelling for ASSESMNT
We think the word assesmnt 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 assesmnt
- Amusement(Definition of amusement)
- Abasement(Definition of abasement)
- Assortment(Definition of assortment)
- Easement(Definition of easement)
- Assessment(Definition of assessment)
- Assistant(Definition of assistant)
They seem to do it often for amusement as well as from terror.
When the gentleman of the house did appear, he behaved in a manner so profoundly obsequious that i, despite a slight feeling of irritation at the time i had been kept waiting, and the vileness of the tea of which i had been partaking, grovelled in self-abasement.
The peruvian sun virgins are often supposed to indicate a regard for purity; but in reality the temples in which these girls were reared and guarded were nothing but nurseries for providing a choice assortment of concubines for the licentious incas and their friends.
Any woman on the assessment roll may vote for school trustees and is eligible for this office.
A great amount of revenue is derived by state and local governments from licenses, fees and special assessments.
It did not matter to this superintendent whether the assistant he sought had been to college or not, whether he was rich or poor.