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Correct spelling for ASSUMEND
We think the word assumend 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 assumend
- Emend(Definition of emend)
- Assent(Definition of assent)
- Amend(Definition of amend)
- Assumed(Definition of assumed)
- Ascend(Definition of ascend)
- Easement(Definition of easement)
- Amusement(Definition of amusement)
- Oarsmen(Definition of Oarsmen)
- Argument(Definition of argument)
- Assuming(Definition of assuming)
Greythorpe made a sign of assent.
If in the plan proposed, should you deem it worthy of your consideration, that separation is not as complete as you may desire, you will doubtless amend it in that particular.
Concerning the new conclusion of the last act, i was very angry that it was not given at weimar from the first, as i assumed at the time that it would be.
I ascend the steps, and prepare to open a conversation with the man.
Worst of all to the heart of hester was the fact that so few people were present, many of them children at half-price, some of whom seemed far from satisfied with the amusement offered them.
His argument was to this effect.
I am no longer in a position to prove the contrary to-day, and it is, of course, just possible, that the president and mr. house were mistaken in assuming as much as they did.