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Correct spelling for COMPOIND

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Possible correct spellings for compoind

  • Compliant(Definition of compliant)
  • In mail systems compliant with rfc 6531 and rfc 6532 an email address may be encoded as utf-8, both a local-part as well as a domain name.

  • Combined(Definition of combined)
  • The passage of brasidas was a complete surprise to the people in the town; and the capture of many of those outside, and the flight of the rest within the wall, combined to produce great confusion among the citizens; especially as they did not trust one another.

  • Camping(Definition of camping)
  • Now it is by no means pleasant for a quietly-disposed farmer to have his home turned suddenly into a fortress, and his acres made a camping ground for soldiers, who are not the most desirable guests, even under the best of circumstances.

  • Compound(Definition of compound)
  • Compounds
  • Company(Definition of company)
  • Can you get up a company to buy and work it?

  • Comporting
  • Compton
  • Composed(Definition of composed)
  • Computing(Definition of computing)
  • Command(Definition of command)
  • They know not the command of any man.

  • Component(Definition of component)
  • The vertical component of the motion must have been considerable; for, at shillong, loose stones lying on the roads were tossed in the air "like peas on a drum," but this was even less pronounced than the horizontal movement, the range of which was at least eight or nine inches, and during which people felt as if they were being shaken like a rat by a terrier.

  • Compounded
  • Complaint(Definition of complaint)
  • This is the only idea of complaint that has entered his head.

  • Compiled
  • Here and there a spectacled old gentleman nosed his way from case to case, making at intervals cabalistic pencil marks on the margin of his catalogue-which specimen of compiled literature alone cost five dollars.

  • Comport(Definition of comport)
  • We marvelled much as to how the priesthoods will comport themselves when compelled to recognise the fact that a new gospel of interpretation has actually been vouchsafed from the world celestial in correction of their perversion and mutilation of the former gospel of manifestation, and suppression of the true doctrine of salvation.

  • Complained
  • He complained bitterly of slaves being dear.

  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • Such an art cannot be bound by ordinary rules; it has no need to fear bad taste-and i commend it.

  • Compote(Definition of compote)
  • Complied
  • Seeing there was no escape for her, lulu complied, faithfully repeating every word of the short colloquy at the beach when she went down there directly after breakfast.

  • Competing(Definition of competing)
  • About the same time the coal properties went the same way, and the cement concerns saw their finish as individual competing concerns.

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