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Correct spelling for BUMPTED
We think the word bumpted 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 bumpted
- Imported(Definition of imported)
- Computed(Definition of Computed)
It might have been a mistake on the spiritual as well as the worldly side; it would certainly not have promoted his career; it might have impeded it.
All kinds of clothing for the poorer classes are imported, and a suit of best clothes costs about thirty francs, a pair of boots eleven to twelve francs.
"i've bumped the walls for some considerable time.
Of course, in these days, she is so informed as to see that actions and words of spirits are imputed to her as being her own because performed by use of her organs, while they are, in fact, no more hers than are the acts and utterances of her neighbors.
However, we did at last reach the mouth of the river where it emptied into the lake.
I think just as abbie does, only i am not like her, and have been tempted to do wrong, for fear you would think me foolish."
She never tried to be witty when she said something of importance, but accompanied her words with a smile which imparted to them an appearance of trifling, and brought them within the understanding of all.