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Correct spelling for COMPLIAN
We think the word complian 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 complian
- Compelling(Definition of compelling)
- Complaint(Definition of complaint)
- Company(Definition of company)
- Complain(Definition of complain)
- Complainer(Definition of complainer)
- Complying(Definition of complying)
- Compliant(Definition of compliant)
- Compile(Definition of compile)
- Compliance(Definition of compliance)
It was a compelling voice, and they turned at once.
Mr. e. gordon duff, librarian of the john rylands library, manchester, and mr. r. a. s. macfie have for some time been engaged in compiling a bibliography of fletcher; and i desire to thank them for their kindness in placing their ms. unreservedly in my hands.
Of this the people complained to the rais, who sent me word to be careful.
And he looked round the company with a knowing smile.
The report was still favourable; there was nothing to complain of but the after-weakness which had followed the fever.
It is certainly a melancholy reflection, that any such books should be extant among us. it is sad to think that any of the human species should have so far lost all sense of shame, all feelings of conscience, as to sit down deliberately and compile a work entirely in the cause of vice and immorality, which, for anything they know, may serve to pollute the minds of millions, and to propagate contagion and iniquity through generations yet unborn-living, and spreading its baneful influence long after the unhappy hand that wrote it is mouldering in the dust.