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Correct spelling for COMNBINED
We think the word comnbined is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for comnbined
- Combine(Definition of combine)
- Contained(Definition of contained)
- Combiner(Definition of Combiner)
- Combined(Definition of combined)
- Confined(Definition of confined)
- Conjoined(Definition of conjoined)
- Combed(Definition of combed)
- Combing(Definition of combing)
- Continued(Definition of continued)
They ought to combine together and right themselves.
In the hallway of the building devoted to dressing rooms i found that i did not know which one contained werner's body.
It is the business-combined with the acting-that causes the audience to laugh and makes the whole a success.
Think of the poor female, just ready to be confined, without any thing that can be called convenient or comfortable!
The more the surprise is emphasized, especially if indignation be conjoined with it, the greater will be the interval that the voice passes through in uttering the concrete.
She, the wild contention's cause, combed her hair with quiet paws.
Invited to come in, i did so, and there sat a woman, one of the very handsomest i ever saw, in solitary state, leisurely combing a magnificent curtain of fair hair that fell over her ample shoulders and bosom and almost swept the ground.
"no low bridge for me that trip," he continued.