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Correct spelling for CAMBORNE
We think the word camborne 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 camborne
- Cambodia(Definition of cambodia)
- Carbon(Definition of carbon)
- Jawbone(Definition of jawbone)
- Combing(Definition of combing)
- Camber(Definition of camber)
- Cambering(Definition of Cambering)
- Jamboree(Definition of jamboree)
- Combiner(Definition of Combiner)
- Carbine(Definition of carbine)
- Zamboni(Definition of Zamboni)
- Combine(Definition of combine)
As my plane rose i looked back at it stretching northward, southward and eastward to the horizon, a new invader in a land weary of many invaders; and i thought of the dead civilizations it covered: bactria, parthia, babylon; the empire of lame timur, cathay, cambodia, and the dominions of the great mogul.
The acid has changed the sugar into a black mass, in fact into charcoal or carbon, and water; and heat has been produced.
In india the cotton fibers were combed with the fine-toothed jawbone of the boalee fish before the fibers were removed from the seed.
Those whose heads she was combing were her children, he said, and she who had made them rub their noses against each other and be friends, was his eldest daughter.
Her design was for a flat-bottom, chine-built hull with no fore-and-aft camber in the bottom, a sharp entrance, and a square-tuck stern with slight overhang above the cross-seam.
But if you really need to know, mr. fair, what constitutes a jamboree, i can go and ask uncle leviticus for you; that is, if you'll take me to him.
As he came near the sentinel threw forward his carbine and challenged.
"where your sweet compositions and your excellent performance combine," she writes, "it cannot fail of being the most charming concert; but, apart from that, the pleasure of seeing you must ever give me infinite satisfaction."