Correct spelling for COMMENS

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Possible correct spellings for commens

  • Omens
  • Commence(Definition of commence)
  • I will commence with their contents.

  • Ex-Pensive
  • Commoners
  • Commas
  • 91. "two or more verbs, having the same nominative case, and immediately following one another, are also separated by commas."

  • Commands
  • What he commands is done, and little is done except through him.

  • Cowmen
  • Ex-Foliating
  • Common(Definition of common)
  • He seems to have lost his common sense.

  • Juked
  • Commences
  • The opinion commences at page 19 and covers the remaining 42 pages of the pamphlet.

  • Commends
  • He commends it to the candid attention of the reader, and to the blessing of the great head of the church.

  • Commons(Definition of commons)
  • Pitt had told her father about his visit to the house of commons.

  • Commies
  • Ex-Patriated
  • Comes(Definition of Comes)
  • I am to go as soon as my father comes back.

  • Comers
  • At first he had been very doubtful of the intentions of the new-comers.

  • Communes
  • Comments
  • I should have been much more so, however, had not long experience advised me not to trust, with too implicit a reliance, the enthusiastic descriptions of my friend, the artist, when indulging in comments upon the loveliness of woman.

  • Comment(Definition of comment)
  • For there isn't a look or a whispered comment, which he doesn't catch.

  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • I refer the whole subject to congress and commend it to their careful consideration.

  • Comings
  • There was hardly anything, on her part, to note-a little discreet observation of his comings and goings, eyes scarcely lifted from her book, and later just a hint of proprietorship, as the evening she came up to me on deck, our first night in the indian ocean.