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Correct spelling for CAMOPOGON
We think the word camopogon 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 camopogon
- Campaign(Definition of campaign)
- Confusion(Definition of confusion)
- Champagne(Definition of champagne)
- Compassion(Definition of compassion)
- Confession(Definition of confession)
- Calopogon(Definition of calopogon)
This was the experience of the army of the potomac after its chancellorsville campaign, as well as our own after our return from richmond.
A driving, whirling snowstorm added to the gloom, confusion, and terror of the scene, shutting out almost completely those on the ice from the view of those still on the ship.
Manufacturers of champagne and other sparkling wines prepare them dry or sweet, light or strong, according to the markets for which they are designed.
His unhappiness connected itself so distinctly with lynde's family that he went and sat down beside miss lynde from an obscure impulse of compassion, and tried to talk with her.
Would she-could she-send him away, with her heart crying out for the relief of speech and confession to him as it was doing now?
Upon analysis it proved to be calopogon, familiar to all new englanders from childhood, but new to my ohio eyes.