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Correct spelling for CAMPAGN
We think the word campagn 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 campagn
- Caiman(Definition of caiman)
- Camp(Definition of camp)
- Camping(Definition of camping)
- Crampon(Definition of crampon)
- Campaign(Definition of campaign)
- Carping(Definition of carping)
- Cayman(Definition of cayman)
- Company(Definition of company)
- Japan(Definition of japan)
- Capon(Definition of capon)
- Campy(Definition of campy)
- Sampan(Definition of sampan)
- Campaigner(Definition of campaigner)
It is also significantly larger than other caiman species.
We were up at our camp.
He and the other lads had returned from their camping at the time of the removal of the family party from 'sconset to nantucket town.
The campaign between the turks and russians has been tolerably equal.
I am certain that one grand naval victory would flatter his vanity and ambition more than all the glory of one of his most brilliant continental campaigns.
Baldwin campaigned on the "impracticability" of socialism, the campbell case, the zinoviev letter (which baldwin thought was genuine, and the conservatives leaked to the daily mail at a most damaging time to the labour campaign; the letter is now widely believed to have been a forgery) and the russian treaties.
Here laura would interfere, herbert pringle beg the pardon of his mamma-in-law, and all would be soothed over for a time, and the campaigner would establish a fresh gap in the trenches she was engineering for universal sovereignty.