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Correct spelling for COMATOSED

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Possible correct spellings for comatosed

  • Committed
  • Oh, sir, you committed a terrible mistake when you refused to trust that man!"

  • Composed(Definition of composed)
  • And truly i questioned very desperate, and the more so because that i was yet weak, and lacking my strength to be composed.

  • Compost(Definition of compost)
  • The physical condition of the soil, as well as the chemical, must receive attention; and we know of nothing superior to a well-made compost for furnishing both the chemical and physical conditions necessary for the development of our crops.

  • Mortised
  • It was a moonless night, but the stars were frostily clear and as the refugee crouched, dissolved in shadow, against the mortised logs of the cabin's corner, the door opened and blossom stood, slim and straight, against the yellow background of the lamp-lit door.

  • Compassed(Definition of Compassed)
  • Words are edgeless weapons: live we blest or curst, no jot the more of evil or good engirds the life with bitterest curses compassed round or girt about with blessing.

  • Comatose(Definition of comatose)
  • Sandy, the worst of him, as matilda explained, lay in a comatose state on the narrow, immaculate bed with bob, now fed and comforted, on the floor beside him.

  • Comets
  • 102 the great variety of aspect presented by some of the more famous comets, which are here represented upon a very small scale.

  • Commuted
  • But if penance may be commuted with priests so it may with gendarmes.

  • Contused(Definition of contused)
  • A contused wound is an injury caused by a blunt object.

  • Unhazy
  • Commodes
  • Cromwellian tables, queen anne chairs, or louis seize commodes all have an especial meaning as referring to styles more or less prevalent when those personages lived.

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