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Correct spelling for COMMONAR

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Possible correct spellings for commonar

  • Commoner(Definition of commoner)
  • Which of the two pennes, then, must have been their choice, george, a petty broker to whom a percentage on sixty-five pounds was an object, and whose highest ambition was to derive an infamous livelihood from cards and dice, or william, not inferior in social position to any commoner in the kingdom?

  • Commune(Definition of commune)
  • He wrote the poem and gave it to a magazine,-a rare thing with browning,-and sent the proceeds to the sufferers in the french commune; hence, its french subject and its french spirit.

  • Columnar(Definition of columnar)
  • The wind wrapped their enveloping capes around them and made them all look abnormally tall and columnar.

  • Cowmen
  • But i can warn you that if i am judged in any way it will be the worst job the cowmen of wyoming ever did.

  • Comma(Definition of comma)
  • He was carrying my telegram that i ought to have sent long before and he was so starved he fell off his bicycle and always ever since i've wished i could help him some way and he'd have such a nice home here and he wouldn't bring in goats, and his mother could do things to help and i thought maybe he could do the shoes and other things would be easier than what he did and could be a golf-boy for the bishop when the time comes and it's pretty near and-" "there, dorothy, take your breath, and put a comma or two into your sentences.

  • Ex-Foliating
  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • She might practically be disregarded as far as effective opposition was concerned; but it would be as well to keep on her right side, for joan was evidently very fond of her, and by commending himself to her he would commend himself to joan.

  • Pomona
  • Commander(Definition of commander)
  • Be that as it may, the choice which the emperor made of a commander astonished everybody.

  • Juked
  • Ex-Pensive
  • Cowman
  • Call yourself a cowman, do you?

  • Communal(Definition of communal)
  • Open hospitality accompanied this communal living.

  • Gammon(Definition of gammon)
  • Gammon, slow as he might be, was faithful, and it was not he who had made it necessary for the farm to be sold.

  • Coming(Definition of coming)
  • He must see who it was that was coming.

  • Commas
  • But nobody could pause to attend to prudy, though she chatted very fast, without commas or periods, and held up to view a large wax doll which "would be alive if it could talk."

  • Commoners
  • 10. the constitution is this: two aldermen and four commoners sit twice a week to hear all causes of debt not exceeding the value of forty shillings; which they examine in a summary way, by the oath of the parties or other witnesses, and make such order therein as is consonant to equity and good conscience.

  • Commons(Definition of commons)
  • In this instance, however, walpole found himself worse off in the house of lords than even in the house of commons.

  • Common(Definition of common)
  • To have things in common does not seem difficult, when there is love in common.

  • Comment(Definition of comment)
  • When we approached it its appearance was a speaking comment upon human pride.

  • Corona(Definition of corona)
  • Well might miss corona hate it.

  • Commonly(Definition of commonly)
  • It is commonly found on fallen limbs of oak, and occurs from autumn until late spring.

  • Command(Definition of command)
  • But do not forget-i command you-that she is a woman."

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