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Correct spelling for COMPPOUNDED
We think the word comppounded 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 comppounded
- Compound(Definition of compound)
- Impounded(Definition of Impounded)
- Computed(Definition of Computed)
- Compounding(Definition of compounding)
In latin verse a simple verb can carry the sense of any of its compounds, even when this sense is quite different from the usual meaning of the simple verb.
"mademoiselle has commanded," he said with a little gesture.
This compound she administered to each boy in succession, using an enormous wooden spoon for the purpose.
Thence with godage and g. montagu to g. carteret's, and there sat their dinner-time: and hear myself, by many parliament-men, mightily commended.
I did know him; and thereupon, seeing him wander about, took him up for a stray, and impounded him, with intention to restore him to the right owner.
She now again went to work with her figures, and found that if the loan were accomplished it would add twenty-five pounds a year to her computed income.
Mr. kemp thought it over, and after a vain attempt to raise the promised reward to five pounds, finally compounded for two, and went off to bed after a few stormy words on selfishness and ingratitude.
Of course i duly took my degrees of b.a. and m.a.,-and long after of d.c.l., when the cathedral chimes rang for me, as they always do for a grand compounding doctor.
And those who thus comported themselves were men of well-balanced minds, who looked with contempt on the affectation of the weak, who wept about nothing and made a vocation of their tears and feelings, as did the hair-brained leuchsenring.