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Possible correct spellings for commenor

  • Juked
  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • Here he dined, and did mightily magnify his sauce, which he did then eat with every thing, and said it was the best universal sauce in the world, it being taught him by the spanish embassador; made of some parsley and a dry toast, beat in a mortar, together with vinegar, salt, and a little pepper: he eats it with flesh, or fowl, or fish: and then he did now mightily commend some new sort of wine lately found out, called navarre wine, which i tasted, and is, i think, good wine: but i did like better the notion of the sauce, and by and by did taste it, and liked it mightily.

  • Commune(Definition of commune)
  • Republican switzerland, despotic austria, prussia and norway, bavaria and greece are all equally precious of everything that exhibits the architecture, sculpture, rites, dress, or manners of their ancestors-nay, each little commune would guard with arms these local proofs that they were not men of yesterday.

  • Commoners
  • They had a number of little tavies, who, it was said, founded the villages of peter tavy and mary tavy, which good christians subsequently canonised; and who, by intermarriage without much respect for the tie of consanguinity, or for such a form of religious superstition as a marriage service-if, indeed, they had ever heard of such a thing-became in time a rival band of scythians almost as formidable to law-abiding commoners as their relations in gubbings land.

  • Cowmen
  • The coup of lester larkin had, therefore, left the camp of the cowmen in serious straits.

  • Command(Definition of command)
  • She therefore could find no words at her command, except, "oh dear me!"

  • Commence(Definition of commence)
  • As we can only travel from the known to the unknown, we are obliged to commence at whichever end we are best acquainted with.

  • Commoner(Definition of commoner)
  • Eustace was born about the year 1685, and distinguished himself very soon at school, from whence he was removed early to christ's church college in oxford, where he was entered a gentleman commoner.

  • Communion(Definition of communion)
  • And when the moment for communion came, he followed m. bruno behind the lay brothers.

  • Cowman
  • He did not know of his wife's message for help; in his confused consciousness he had supposed that the cowman had ridden to the mine on some covetous errand and that bruce was ignorant of the fact that he and ann had left the circle a. he did not even stop to remember that bayard had come into sight and disappeared through the timber on abe, and that the stallion had slipped away from them before dawn.

  • Comer(Definition of comer)
  • Nobody could tell this but the parson of the parish, and he was a new-comer, and did not know her.

  • Common(Definition of common)
  • Common name-i wa'n't sure afore to-day.

  • Coming(Definition of coming)
  • "you will have to, for i'm not coming.

  • Commander(Definition of commander)
  • The whole affair was a mistake on the part of the commander.

  • Ex-Pensive
  • Commando(Definition of commando)
  • The enemy appeared to mean business this time, and our commando had already been compelled to evacuate some very important positions, one of which was pieter's heights.

  • Comber(Definition of Comber)
  • Frith the martyr, and dean comber.

  • Comment(Definition of comment)
  • As they came along the walk from the main gate and passed one by one the snug little brown cottages known as the officers' quarters, the ladies grouped on the colonel's piazza began their very natural comment,-there were no other men in sight on that side of the garrison.

  • Commons(Definition of commons)
  • They prayed that counsel might open their case; and though they had been driven from the commons, on account of their evidence, with disgrace, they had the effrontery to ask that they might call witnesses here also.

  • Carmen
  • Motus eram dictis totoque helicone relicto scribere conabar verba soluta modis: sponte sua carmen numeros veniebat ad aptos; quicquid temptabam dicere, versus erat.

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