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Correct spelling for COMBION
We think the word combion 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 combion
- Colombian(Definition of colombian)
- Combined(Definition of combined)
- Cabin(Definition of cabin)
- Combing(Definition of combing)
- Combining(Definition of combining)
- Cumin(Definition of cumin)
- Common(Definition of common)
- Combiner(Definition of Combiner)
- Combine(Definition of combine)
- Coming(Definition of coming)
Also, these authors named hyla carri from a single colombian specimen.
Nor could france and england combined have kept down the growth of other european states then rising into importance and beginning to cast their shadows far in front of them.
He stared at the cabin, then looked quickly about the room.
They must keep their course along the combing of the peninsula-if they could.
He has accomplished, too, the difficult task of combining with a brilliant and critical history of a great war the life-story of a great commander, of a most singular and remarkable man.
Meanwhile the envoys, already mentioned, who had gone from syracuse to the cities after the capture of plemmyrium, had succeeded in their mission, and were about to bring the army that they had collected, when nicias got scent of it, and sent to the centoripae and alicyaeans and other of the friendly sicels, who held the passes, not to let the enemy through, but to combine to prevent their passing, there being no other way by which they could even attempt it, as the agrigentines would not give them a passage through their country.