Correct spelling for COMPAUND

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Possible correct spellings for compaund

  • Commando(Definition of commando)
  • The bed was rocky, and the water pretty shallow, and towards the afternoon the whole commando had crossed.

  • Compounded
  • It must be that light did not travel instantaneously, but gradually, as roemer had surmised fifty years ago; and that the motion of the light was compounded with the motion of the earth.

  • Company(Definition of company)
  • He sprang up quickly enough then, and so did all the company.

  • Compared
  • She compared his conduct with that of the other young noblesse; and thought each appeared equally desirous of the favor of every lady present.

  • Command(Definition of command)
  • It is not by words that men command women.

  • Complaint(Definition of complaint)
  • We published a fortnight ago a letter of complaint on this subject from a correspondent who signed himself 'senior oarsman.

  • Compounds
  • Beech often appears in compounds as buck-; cf.

  • Compound(Definition of compound)
  • Their tunnel came under our compound and the ground had a dip in it where we used to walk around the edge by the warning fence.

  • Computed(Definition of Computed)
  • I believe that, after having drawn the portrait of defunct perkinism, with its five thousand printed cures, and its million and a half computed ones, its miracles blazoned about through america, denmark, and england; after relating that forty years ago women carried the tractors about in their pockets, and workmen could not make them fast enough for the public demand; and then showing you, as a curiosity, a single one of these instruments, an odd one of a pair, which i obtained only by a lucky accident, so utterly lost is the memory of all their wonderful achievements; i believe, after all this, i need not waste time in showing that medical accuracy is not to be looked for in the florid reports of benevolent associations, the assertions of illustrious patrons, the lax effusions of daily journals, or the effervescent gossip of the tea-table.

  • Communed
  • The two friends communed till two o'clock in the morning: but the limits of my tale forbid me to repeat what passed.

  • Compute(Definition of compute)
  • In considering the danger of loss or injury that may be incurred in the transport of merchandise to these parts it is unnecessary to compute the ordinary dangers to which the merchant is more or less liable in all quarters of the world; but two distinct drawbacks to commercial enterprise at present exist in these countries, which are peculiar to them, these are the prevalence of piracy, and the constant occurrence of political commotions in the native states.

  • Complained
  • "i don't get it," he complained.

  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • If i only bind and gag him there, he may commend me hereafter for civil usage; he deserves not so much favour by any action of his life.

  • Compton
  • Mr. compton rose and looked carefully out into the office.