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Correct spelling for COMPENEY
We think the word compeney 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 compeney
- Compeer(Definition of compeer)
- Combine(Definition of combine)
- Compote(Definition of compote)
- Commune(Definition of commune)
- Compare(Definition of compare)
- Camping(Definition of camping)
- Compute(Definition of compute)
- Compete(Definition of compete)
- Compel(Definition of compel)
- Comply(Definition of comply)
- Compose(Definition of compose)
- Commoner(Definition of commoner)
- Compile(Definition of compile)
- Company(Definition of company)
Just ten days ago our great historian pronounced in this hall an impartial judgment upon the earthly career of him who, as savior of his country, will be counted as the compeer of washington.
No, the man i should like to be, would combine all that energy with the wisdom of one who thinks, and uses his brains.
The great war was over, and the commune had just ended.
How the french may compare with us, as to this pretty manner, let us see by a comparison.
Besides himself there was but one field-officer for one-and-twenty companies; nor had these companies any regimental organisation.
But he was no more affected by that than a boy on his first day of camping-it was part of the sport.
We all pursue wealth-and doubtless circumstances compel us to pay too much attention to that line of effort.
She's certainly commoner clay than rose.
The two examples of this business given in this volume will bear favorable comparison with any other hat houses in the west; if indeed they do not surpass all their compeers.
"well, mother, i promise you i wasn't in any bad company.