Correct spelling for COMMND

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Possible correct spellings for commnd

  • Commander(Definition of commander)
  • Just before getting there, i saw a general officer of handsome appearance, who must, i knew from description, be the commander-in-chief; but as he was evidently engaged i did not join him, although i gave my letter of introduction to one of his staff.

  • Commando(Definition of commando)
  • One of the women who was tireless in her efforts to feed the burghers and make them comfortable as they passed through pretoria on the railway was mrs. f.w. reitz, the wife of the transvaal state secretary, and never a commando-train passed through the capital that she was not there to distribute sandwiches, coffee, and milk.

  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • Commend me to the prayers of my brethren, and of your little diego.

  • Commode(Definition of commode)
  • The drawers of the commode contained scent bags of that peculiar odour which is generally found to perfume the persons of the most seductive women.

  • Commune(Definition of commune)
  • This turned his heart very sour again, and he shook his head, growling in self-commune: "you see if i don't do it, my young lady.

  • Command(Definition of command)
  • Stand where you are, and i will give the word of command.

  • Commends
  • If such is the fearlessness of truth, and such the cowardice of error, the secrecy of the silent orders commends them less to the confidence which candor inspires, than to the suspicion which secrecy begets.

  • Common(Definition of common)
  • "you oughtn't to use words out of the common.

  • Comment(Definition of comment)
  • The princesse de conti was her personal friend, and was, moreover, attached to the household of the queen, to whom madame de villars, from circumstances which require no comment, had hitherto been comparatively a stranger.

  • Commands
  • Ask for colonel driscoll, the american officer who commands the escort of the two lawyers.

  • Communed
  • There was no sound heard throughout the ship except the dull tread of the watch; and, at intervals, the whispers of crawley, as he communed stealthily with buist, who went out of the cabin repeatedly, to carry intelligence of the state of the sufferer.