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Correct spelling for BLOMED
We think the word blomed 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 blomed
- Bloomer(Definition of bloomer)
- Bloused(Definition of bloused)
- Blood(Definition of blood)
- Beamed(Definition of Beamed)
- Blonde(Definition of blonde)
- Loomed(Definition of Loomed)
- Bleed(Definition of bleed)
- Blamer(Definition of Blamer)
- Blond(Definition of blond)
- Blocked(Definition of blocked)
- Blame(Definition of blame)
- Limed(Definition of Limed)
- Beloved(Definition of beloved)
- Bloated(Definition of bloated)
- Blooded(Definition of blooded)
Mrs. bloomer, however, filled it rather snugly.
I was a blamed young fool!
It could be bled Your brains melted dead– Big Meanie by Len
I know that you aren't married now and it isn't as if you are an uncle like blood or have to have anything to do with us.
And he beamed all over his face.
She came up with her daughter, a handsome, tempting blonde, who insisted upon kissing the hands of her benefactors.
India shall bleed in these days-but there will be fighting in the khyber first!"
There was only one boy for whom paula showed a preference, and that was pretty blond paul, our martin's friend, comrade, and contemporary, the son of our neighbour, the privy-councillor seiffart; and we lived a good deal together, for his mother and ours were bosom friends, and our house was as open to him as his to us.
It is true that one of the windows of the little dining-room was blocked up, but that window was not needed.
I am convinced that if he had found it then he would have bolted at once.
I don't blame you.
The father and mother were delighted with the pleasure i was about to give to their beloved daughter.
"my last words to 'er was, 'when you see my bloated corpse you'll be sorry.
That is the only reason why the collector of beetles and butterflies is not the most cold-blooded of murderers.