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Correct spelling for COLUMED
We think the word columed 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 columed
- Clouded(Definition of clouded)
- Plumed(Definition of plumed)
- Coloured(Definition of coloured)
- Clouted(Definition of Clouted)
- Calumet(Definition of calumet)
- Column(Definition of column)
- Colluded(Definition of Colluded)
- Colored(Definition of colored)
Sparrow looked, and his damp face clouded with jealous doubt.
He plumed himself upon the fear he and his companion would excite, but, called back to reality by luna's smile, he added: "at any rate, in case of emergency we can reckon on the bell that summons the canons; the rope hangs down in the choir, and we have only to ring it.
You have seen him here also-the young man with the hay-coloured hair, and white eyebrows?"
A great feast was given, the calumet was smoked; after which the prince rose and addressed them after their own fashion.
This great fountain display continued in full force a quarter of an hour; then the column gradually got smaller, though steam and water issued from its mouth for a full half-hour before it quite subsided.
It was the stately, white-columned edifice on grand boulevard that housed the congregation presided over by the famous kirsch.
Perhaps the perfect calm with which she had claimed my arm had begun it; it certainly now informed the very curious question she suddenly put.
The character of hume was treated in a highly colored manner.
She was angry with herself for the ill success of her attempt to escape; but by degrees she calmed down, and her excitement passed off, for there was something inexpressibly comforting in the knowledge that the chaplain was not far away.