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Correct spelling for COMPLT
We think the word complt 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 complt
- Compact(Definition of compact)
- Compete(Definition of compete)
- Compile(Definition of compile)
- Compost(Definition of compost)
- Comport(Definition of comport)
- Couplet(Definition of couplet)
- Compote(Definition of compote)
- Compel(Definition of compel)
- Complete(Definition of complete)
- Compute(Definition of compute)
- Comply(Definition of comply)
We entered into that solemn compact, and in a few hours the bond will need the seal: it is the blood of one of us.
He constructed an infinite number of pious verses, verses for saints' days, religious emblems, and compiled volumes of poetry for catholic publishers.
The attempt was therefore made to so frame the law that the post office might successfully compete for the carriage of newspapers.
6. write a long story of the same game, following the outline given in the text; attach a detailed running account by periods or innings; compile tables of players and results for the end.
But when your ideal man comes-the one who compels your respect and admiration for his strength of character, and for the usefulness of his life, the one whom you cannot help loving for his manhood alone-mate with him-no matter how light his purse or how lowly his rank in the world.
Lawson said he would make it his business to see george the following evening, to tell him quite frankly what he knew, and, in short, to compel him, if necessary, to do what was right.
My next glimpse of him was a complete surprise to me.