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Correct spelling for COMPFORT

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Possible correct spellings for compfort

  • Comported
  • The trial, at which the accused man was admitted by everyone to have comported himself with a dignity and resignation that had nothing of that levity and occasional pose which must be allowed to have characterised his attitude during the two former ordeals, came to a close.

  • Compact(Definition of compact)
  • At one place irregular concretions of milk-white quartz, cemented by a ferruginous basis, was predominant; at another, the rough surface of compact felspar weathering white presented merely the cavities in which large rounded pebbles had been imbedded, until the partial decomposition of the felspar, under the river floods, had exposed them once more to the action of water.

  • Comfit(Definition of comfit)
  • Here mrs. comfit stopped, for just then two sweet little cherry-cheeked figures presented themselves at the door, swinging a straw basket between them, and crying out, in a little begging voice, "pray, mrs. comfit, bestow your charity-we want something coarse for the hungry, and something nice for the sick-poor dame alice and her little grand-daughter!"

  • Comport(Definition of comport)
  • But if all the members of the same court are actuated by the same keen interest and comport themselves as described, how different the affair becomes!

  • Comforts
  • A tea-kettle was hanging by a crooked piece of iron, over a fire made from dry sticks and leaves, and two old gipsies, in red cloaks, sat crouched on the grass, gossiping over their evening cup of tea; for these creatures, though they live in the open air, have their ideas of fireside comforts.

  • Compote(Definition of compote)
  • When cold, cut it in two, spread some compote of peaches or of apricots on one half, put the other half over it, cut in pieces according to fancy, and serve.

  • Comfort(Definition of comfort)
  • Mrs. leighton felt the comfort of the critical attitude far too keenly to abandon it for anything constructive.

  • Comports
  • Ah, so it is: the filipino gentleman, unlike the boor, disdains to war with fists; but place a keen-edged bolo in his hand and he comports himself most gallantly.

  • Comforter(Definition of comforter)
  • For a woman goin' out as a sick-nuss or spiritual comforter to a chap kicked by a high-steppin' filly she certainly had a supply of frills and ruffles.

  • Compost(Definition of compost)
  • Mr. hoyt remarks:-"we are convinced, that the oftener a compost pile of yard manure and muck is worked over after fermenting, the better.

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