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Correct spelling for COMADYS
We think the word comadys 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 comadys
- Comedy(Definition of comedy)
- Comatose(Definition of comatose)
- Comes(Definition of Comes)
Both codes represent the fruitage of the teaching of the pre-exilic prophets and priests.
On account of familiarity the name vocal cords will still be used.
This was the year of flabby cods, near teumessus, between thebes and chalcis.
There's going to be a rooting up of all the cads and sneaks around here, if i have my way.
They were in a corner by themselves-little figures about two inches high, all with blue coats on.
There is something, not so much in the individual flashes of poetry, though it is there too, as in the entire scope and management of shakespere's plays, histories, tragedies, and comedies alike, which distinguishes them, and it is exactly the characteristic noted above, and well put by dryden in his famous definition of shakespere.
The following table adapted from rice & hargus (2005:9) shows how the syllable codas of proto-athabaskan (pa) and the internal reconstruction of pre-proto-athabaskan (ppa) correspond with those of the high-marked and low-marked languages.
Mrs. march wondered whether she would be able to keep up the comedy to the last; and she had to own that she carried it off very easily when the friends whom she was expecting did not meet her on the arrival of their train.
He was comatose when i went into the shop, his heavy lids almost covered his little eyes; he sat, and his mouth was open.
Suppose helen comes back?