Correct spelling for COMAMDENT

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Possible correct spellings for comamdent

  • Camden
  • You will have heard, i dare say, of the enjoyment she had in her week at camden house.

  • Combatant(Definition of combatant)
  • The day before the battle, i told general pierola i had no objections to following him to the battlefield, but in consideration of being a non-combatant, i asked the privilege of selecting my own course, giving him my word of honor that i would not make any attempt to escape.

  • Commandant(Definition of commandant)
  • On the threatening of danger the commandant had made application to sir william russell, the worthy successor of sir philip sidney in the government of flushing.

  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • Nothing could commend itself more favourably to her ideas-only it just happens my ideas won't fit in the same groove.

  • Commitment(Definition of commitment)
  • Such a program, compared to past programs, will require -more flexibility for short run emergencies -more commitment to long term development-new attention to education at all levels-greater emphasis on the recipient nation's role, their effort, their purpose, with greater social justice for their people, broader distribution and participation by their people and more efficient public administration and more efficient tax systems of their own -and orderly planning for national and regional development instead of a piecemeal approach.

  • Armament(Definition of armament)
  • Hostile winds delayed the armament until december, but when it did reach its destination it carried all before it.

  • Component(Definition of component)
  • The nature of the modification that the component parts of a diphthong undergo has yet to be determined; although it is certain there is one.

  • Comment(Definition of comment)
  • We will pass with our reader without further comment over the two years which erik spent at school and return to noroe.

  • Commandment(Definition of commandment)
  • It is becoming also on this anniversary to remember with profound gratitude that we live in an age when happily persecution for the sake of religion has passed away, and when the ever old but ever new commandment of peace and love rises above sectarian strife and projects its influence into whole communities of earnest and believing souls.

  • Confident(Definition of confident)
  • Her robust, confident manner cheered milly as much as her embrace.

  • Competent(Definition of competent)
  • No one was more competent and no one could be more persevering than was mr. randolph in his gigantic efforts to destroy judge chase.