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Correct spelling for COMPLTY
We think the word complty 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 complty
- Comply(Definition of comply)
- Compact(Definition of compact)
- Compute(Definition of compute)
- Compost(Definition of compost)
- Completed(Definition of completed)
- Compete(Definition of compete)
- Comport(Definition of comport)
- Complete(Definition of complete)
- Compile(Definition of compile)
- Compote(Definition of compote)
- Compiler(Definition of compiler)
- Couplet(Definition of couplet)
- Computer(Definition of computer)
- Completely(Definition of completely)
- Compel(Definition of compel)
- Complicity(Definition of complicity)
The shell is very fine and compact, and has a fine gloss.
"our art almost compels us to look industriously around the world, and it is as if the miner were driven by a subterraneous fire.
"well, then, he was with me, and you must not be angry, for you then completed your conquest of him.
In the vast lists of publications which his biographers and bibliographers have compiled, partly by industry and partly by imagination, by far the larger number of entries is of the pamphlet kind.
The committee has held that any meeting, whether or not called open, at which more than one club, or members of more than one club, compete, is a regatta.
I am now complete with rifle, bayonet, and scabbard.
There is a wide difference between naturalists who compile, and form their theories from books, and those who study nature, and think for themselves; and nothing will result from the first but mischief to the science, and perplexity to the student.
C. m. sent to the compiler from the same.
Joseph turned sharply-up to this he had remained staring at the papers on his desk; now he twisted completely round in his chair.
They were compelled to stop to allow him to rest.
Her impulse at this time was to turn as much of heaven and earth as came under her influence to compel dora to marry arthur.