Correct spelling for COMEMARATE

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Possible correct spellings for comemarate

  • Commemorative(Definition of commemorative)
  • A sculptor having hastily smoothed the surface of a rock, cut out on it a figure of the king, to which was usually added a commemorative inscription.

  • Commiserate(Definition of commiserate)
  • Commemorate(Definition of commemorate)
  • And ye," continued he, "commemorate the duty of such sons.

  • Commemorated
  • The queen and the prince spent her majesty's birthday at osborne, and commemorated it to their children by putting them in possession of the greatest treasure of their happy childhood-the swiss cottage in the grounds, about a mile from the castle, in which youthful princes and princesses played at being men and women, practised the humbler duties of life, and kept natural history collections and geological specimens, as their father and uncle had kept theirs in the museum at coburg.

  • Commemorator
  • Comrade(Definition of comrade)
  • Commemorates
  • The so-called "stela of the vultures," now in the louvre, commemorates the overthrow of the forces of the land of upe or opis, and depicts the bodies of the slain as they lie on the battlefield devoured by the birds of prey.