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Correct spelling for COMPIENT

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Possible correct spellings for compient

  • Competent(Definition of competent)
  • Only it must have competent critics!

  • Combined(Definition of combined)
  • I thought of carrying her off, but a thousand difficulties combined to prevent the execution of that scheme, and her brother was in prison.

  • Compton
  • "i have just come from china," said i, "and my father told me to find mrs. compton."

  • Comment(Definition of comment)
  • I don't expect he would find that comment very amusing.

  • Complete(Definition of complete)
  • But the plan was not yet complete, although it had taken form in that clever, wicked brain of his.

  • Compete(Definition of compete)
  • He knows there is no use in trying to compete with the music of my voice.

  • Complied
  • Then she put up her mouth quite naturally, her eyes asking to be kissed; and it was done so tastefully that the lady complied, and said: "i have wanted to see you for a long time."

  • Camping(Definition of camping)
  • Of course, boys in the country have more opportunities to learn about camping than boys living in the city.

  • Compiled
  • I have been made a confident in the matter from the very beginning of the wayside comedy which led to it; but i wish it understood that i am not responsible for the list of invited guests, or the details of the ceremony, which have been laboriously compiled from many sources, any more than i shall be for the heartburnings that are sure to follow in its wake.

  • Compliant(Definition of compliant)
  • In europe, all adjustable beds for use within healthcare must be ce marked and also be compliant with en1970.

  • Complaint(Definition of complaint)
  • What complaint have you?"

  • Comport(Definition of comport)
  • But when once the line of just and legal demand is transgressed, such instruments are of absolute necessity; and they comport themselves accordingly.

  • Compound(Definition of compound)
  • Three hours after they were awakened to eat a small compound of hot barley-cakes and honey.

  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • Written in language which will commend itself to all educated people, who will certainly not only be entertained, but instructed thereby.

  • Component(Definition of component)
  • We know, however, that at shillong, gauhati, and indeed throughout the epicentral area, stones were projected upwards, and this is evidence that the vertical component was greater than that of gravity-namely, 32 feet per second per second.

  • Hammier
  • Company(Definition of company)
  • I have made up my mind to go on, but if you will keep me company at supper i will stay.

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