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Possible correct spellings for componite

  • Comport(Definition of comport)
  • When news was taken to the king he also came to look at the ships, for all the wonder was at seeing so many ropes and so many sails, and because the ships arrived when the sun was almost set; and at night they lowered out the boats, and vasco da gama went at once for his brother and nicolas coelho, and they remained together conversing upon the method of dealing with this king, since here was the principal end which they had come to seek; it seemed to him that it would be best to comport himself as an ambassador, and to make him his present, always saying that they had been separated from another fleet which they came to seek for there, and that the captain-major had come and brought him letters from the king.

  • Comment(Definition of comment)
  • Baron von rittenheim pleaded guilty to the charge against him, and listened to the exaggerated tale of the arrest without comment, though with a look of disgust that did not escape mr. weaver.

  • Compton
  • Composite(Definition of composite)
  • Compensate(Definition of compensate)
  • The king was obliged to compensate the admiral for the losses which he affirmed that he had suffered in consequence.

  • Compounded
  • Compost(Definition of compost)
  • Campsite
  • On august 7, 1874, bloody knife encountered a grizzly bear roughly seventy-five yards from where custer was searching for a campsite.

  • Computed(Definition of Computed)
  • Compositor(Definition of compositor)
  • Complete(Definition of complete)
  • Within twenty minutes i was shown into the chambers of count von wedel; in thirty minutes i was out again, having complete orders.

  • Community(Definition of community)
  • He asked her if she wished to break off their engagement; but she denied this: their engagement was known to the church, and had been recognized in the prayer-meetings; it could not be broken off without strict investigation, and sarah could render no reason that would be sanctioned by the feeling of the community.

  • Component(Definition of component)
  • So in england members of the house of commons, who sat for nomination boroughs, did not, either in fact or theory, represent the inhabitants of those boroughs, but patrons; and in like manner french judges could never learn to regard themselves as the trustees of the civil rights of a nation, but as a component part of a class who held a status by private title.

  • Compound(Definition of compound)
  • Composed(Definition of composed)
  • Compounds
  • Compiled
  • Contemporaneous history takes no notice of jesus, and the biographies that we have of him cannot be shown to have had an existence until nearly two centuries after he is said to have made his advent; and paul, who had written concerning him before these gospels were compiled, was so ambiguous that the most learned theologians differ as to whether he regarded the christ as an actual person or merely an impersonation.

  • Compote(Definition of compote)
  • Compounding(Definition of compounding)
  • Complaint(Definition of complaint)
  • Complaint of the ploughman.

  • Computer(Definition of computer)
  • Comporting
  • Competed
  • Costa rica competed at the 1992 summer olympics in barcelona, spain.

  • Compete(Definition of compete)
  • First, i was also trained on earth and know how ego alter and rephysical are used there: ego alter to remove psychic blocks so people can compete better, and rephysical so they'll be more attractive.

  • Complied
  • As i hoped, the formalities of our marriage law have not been complied with.

  • Company(Definition of company)
  • The company will find another superintendent to look after your aunt's affairs and carry out our plans.

  • Companion(Definition of companion)
  • Magdalen crawford, the fisherman's niece, is no companion for you.

  • Compute(Definition of compute)
  • Companies
  • When the sergeants call the companies together, they are eager enough.

  • Comported
  • At that moment a young french officer, leaning on the parapet of a long terrace which bordered the gardens of the chateau de menda, seemed buried in thoughts that were deeper than comported with the light-hearted carelessness of military life; though it must be said that never were hour, scene, or night more propitious for meditation.

  • Campanile(Definition of campanile)
  • Some one for the amusement of the guests of venice was experimenting on the top of the campanile of st. mark's with those electric lights which were then the toys of science, and are now the eyes and tools of war.

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