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Correct spelling for COMEM
We think the word comem 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 comem
- Comer(Definition of comer)
- Came(Definition of Came)
- Comb(Definition of comb)
- Comely(Definition of comely)
- Clem(Definition of Clem)
- Comber(Definition of Comber)
- Cameo(Definition of cameo)
- Comma(Definition of comma)
- Coma(Definition of coma)
- Come(Definition of come)
- Comedy(Definition of comedy)
- Comes(Definition of Comes)
- Comet(Definition of comet)
- Corm(Definition of corm)
The new-comer soon set all of that at ease.
Tell me all about how you came to.
Cleare as the skye from whence they came, And brighter than the sacred flame;– Amyntor's Grove, His Chloris, Arigo, And Gratiana. An Elogie by Richard Lovelace
On sech o'casions when jerry issues a summons to go over him, usin' his upper teeth for a comb an' bresh, tom is never so happy.
With the railway came all that is hideous and foul, and from it fled all that is comely.
It is well merited, but not by m. le comte, who will be eternally obliged to you.
"i'm going to walk with polly," announced clem, seizing polly's arm, "so, alexia rhys, i give you fair warning this time."
Even our high decks were wet with spindrift and the edge of an occasional comber, and some of the cabins were washed out. a smaller ship would have been taking heavy seas.
I had on my cameo pin and i trembled.
The comma, so called from the c-mark on the under side of the hind wings, is fairly plentiful in worcestershire and herefordshire in the hop-districts, for the hop is its food plant; but it is curious that, with the abundance of hops in kent, sussex, and hants, it is quite a rare insect in the south of england.
Unfortunately for the rest of the narrative it appeared that the injured woman had here lapsed into a coma, and had subsequently died, carrying her further knowledge with her.
Why did you come back?
He had not gone in half a minute when mr. ransome arrived with several policemen, and closed the doors at once against all comers.
And to love comedy you must know the real world, and know men and women well enough not to expect too much of them, though you may still hope for good.
I reckon i can take car o' you and aunty, all by myself, when it comes to that."
The first i shall begin upon, the other will follow like a tail to a comet.