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Correct spelling for CALMITY

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Possible correct spellings for calmity

  • Calumny(Definition of calumny)
  • I don't believe that you are coward enough to desert a woman who was once your friend because misfortune has overtaken her, and calumny has been at work with her name."

  • Calumet(Definition of calumet)
  • In the terror and tumult of the moment the calumet had not been seen.

  • Almaty
  • Legislative branch: bicameral parliament consists of the senate (47 seats; 7 senators are appointed by the president; other members are popularly elected, two each from each oblast and almaty, to serve four-year terms) and the majilis (67 seats; members are popularly elected to serve four-year terms); note - with the oblasts being reduced to 14, the senate will eventually be reduced to 37 elections: senate - (indirect) last held 5 december 1995 (next to be held na 1999); majilis - last held 9 december and 23 december 1995 (next to be held na 1999) election results: senate - percent of vote by party - na; seats by party - party members 13, no party affiliation 34, of which "independent" state officials 25, nominated by the president 7, elected by popular vote 15; majilis - percent of vote by party - na; seats by party - party members 22, no party affiliation 45

  • Clammed
  • Calamity(Definition of calamity)
  • From this time beethoven hated napoleon, and never again spoke of him in connection with the symphony until he heard of his death in st. helena, when he observed, "i have already composed music for this calamity," evidently referring to the "funeral march" in this symphony.

  • Comity(Definition of comity)
  • Calms
  • From the 12th to the 27th, we were much pestered with contrary winds, calms, and a strong adverse current, setting to the s.w. at the rate of four miles an hour.

  • Calming
  • Walter stood at the door, calming them.

  • Climate(Definition of climate)
  • Clammy(Definition of clammy)
  • Calmed
  • He grumbled a little more, and then calmed down.

  • Calmer(Definition of Calmer)
  • He kissed her hand with a respectful grace, and then her daughter's, for dorothy had come back to us, calmer.

  • Clammily
  • Calmest
  • "i never considered myself an angel," replied mohr, still in the calmest possible tone.

  • Callosity(Definition of callosity)
  • This layer is much thicker upon the body whorl, and is continued, enlarging itself, to the left lip, where it forms a large semicircular callosity, of a deep chestnut color, bordered with white.

  • Calcite(Definition of calcite)
  • This effect was first described by the danish scientist rasmus bartholin in 1669, who observed it in calcite, a crystal having one of the strongest birefringences.

  • Commit(Definition of commit)
  • Quality(Definition of quality)
  • Calmly(Definition of calmly)
  • Peter followed him, calmly.

  • Calm(Definition of calm)
  • Her eyes were almost closed; her quick breathing had grown calm and slow.

    Now looking over the city's the only thing that keeps me calm Scattered thoughts jotted down by this pen in my palm

    – The Town by macklemore
  • Klimt(Definition of klimt)
  • Claimed
  • All saints' day generally claimed that number.

  • Clarity(Definition of clarity)
  • Almighty(Definition of almighty)
  • She is the wondrous product of his almighty will: and for us, of all created things she is the grandest and most admirable.

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