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Correct spelling for COMMITANCE

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Possible correct spellings for commitance

  • Quittance(Definition of quittance)
  • Comedian(Definition of comedian)
  • When she appeared in the garden-square the next day, the aged comedian told her about her "find," and asked her anxiously if she had lost a shilling.

  • Comatose(Definition of comatose)
  • In the morning, i found my patient in that comatose state, the usual attendant upon typhoid fever.

  • Commends
  • You must not be offended because the scripture commends love so highly, for he that commends the daughter commends the mother; for love is the daughter, and faith is the mother: love floweth out of faith; where faith is, there is love; but yet we must consider their offices, faith is the hand wherewith we take hold on everlasting life.

  • Communes
  • Philip of valois, and even count louis of flanders, when they got to know of the negotiations entered into between the flemish communes and king edward, redoubled their offers and promises to them.

  • Commuting
  • Proximity to the city of bengaluru has its own impact on the district, with a considerable daily commuting population.

  • Commandos
  • My commandos were to hold themselves in readiness.

  • Commands
  • Has your majesty any further commands?

  • Commanders
  • All the morning giving out orders and tickets to the commanders of the fleet to discharge all supernumeraries that they had above the number that the council had set in their last establishment.

  • Committees
  • In fact, proposals to re-write the basis have on several occasions been referred to committees, but none of the committees has ever succeeded in presenting a report.

  • Comeuppance
  • In june 2016, dainty (digital spy) included babe in a list of soap opera villains she hoped would get their comeuppance, stating, "cold, callous and cruel aunt babe is fast emerging as one of walford's most unexpected villains, but we think its time she got her just deserts.

  • Remittance(Definition of remittance)
  • Comedians
  • When the old woman returned, and saw this strange and terrible sight, she was frightened almost to death, and, throwing herself on her knees, began begging volubly for mercy-evidently taking the troupe of comedians for a band of assassins, and the dead man for their unfortunate victim.

  • Competency(Definition of competency)
  • It is so manifestly an attribute not merely of absolute sovereignty, but even of ordinary legislation, that the competency of a legislature to exercise it, may well nigh be reckoned among the legal axioms of the civilized world.

  • Commotions
  • In the course of his canvass, and the commotions consequent upon it, he found that mr. ruddles was right.

  • Committing
  • She checked all criticism, not committing herself even so far as for those missing comforts of the schoolroom on which mrs. wix had presumed.

  • Combines
  • No person can read the record of her lofty spirit and of her heroic acts without a higher appreciation of woman's power, and of the mighty influence one may wield, who combines the charms of a noble and highly-cultivated mind with the fascinations of female delicacy and loveliness.

  • Commence(Definition of commence)
  • General spencer was nominally placed under his orders by one set of instructions, while another authorized him to commence operations in the south, without reference to sir arthur wellesley.

  • Commits
  • Troy commits to thee her sacred emblems and household gods: take them as companions of thy destinies, seek a fortress for them, which thou shalt raise of mighty size after thy wide wanderings over the deep are over.

  • Comings
  • Among these three households living on the same floor, little chebe, with her goings and comings, formed the bond of union.

  • Competence(Definition of competence)
  • You believe that proclaiming your legal competence will provide you with some mysterious protection against the wolves and thieves and ruthless men with political ambition-that this ruling will permit you to keep it to yourself until you decide that it is time to release it.

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