Correct spelling for COMFORTATED
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Possible correct spellings for comfortated
- Lap Gods
- Is Up To Ears In
"it is more comfortable in the dark," said nefert.
"you forget," said ashley, "that a self-contained soul and royal heart like his, are their own comforters.
Her need of a comforter just then was very great.
It took all the comfort away from him.
Mrs. wilkinson wished herself back at hurst staple-or even comfortably settled at littlebath, as her son had once suggested.
Judge mckean then sat down under his own fig tree to enjoy the full fruition of the comforts resulting from his faithful labors in the cause of equal rights.
He had so committed himself that the offer must now be made.
She loved him and believed in him, and she was comforted when she saw him go away and heard him calling the men from their hut.
It is a well-known fact in brewing, that the quicker and stronger the operation of boiling is performed, the better such beer will preserve, and the sooner it will become fine; although this opinion is combated by many, experience has proved it in my practice.
I knew very little about horses, but i realised that even with the hounds tumbling hysterically out of the covert, and the cockatoo kicking the gravel into his face, sorcerer comported himself with the manners of the best society.