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Correct spelling for COMDOMS
We think the word comdoms 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 comdoms
- Commodious(Definition of commodious)
- Customs(Definition of customs)
- Comatose(Definition of comatose)
- Madams(Definition of Madams)
In imagination we see the chiefs in their kayaks, the old men, the women, and the babies in the slower and more commodious oomiaks, making their way across the lonely ocean to exchange gifts and courtesies with their half-known kin.
The seeds are aromatic and stimulating, and form, with other seeds of similar plants, what are known as cardamoms.
No wonder the ancients believed comets brought evil and death upon the earth.
The customs man hears this so she can say nothing.
Between "lady windermere's fan" and "the importance of being earnest," the first and last of his comedies, there is evidence of very marked and rapid advancement in his art.
The man himself appeared to be in a comatose state, although from time to time he groaned and stirred feverishly under the attempts to soothe his suffering.
Cardinal conpaggio asserts that "the priest who marries commits a more grievous sin than if he kept many concubines."