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Correct spelling for COMPREHNDING

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Possible correct spellings for comprehnding

  • Competing(Definition of competing)
  • I began in the winter a latin essay as competing for the middle bachelors' prize, but did not proceed with it.

  • Compounding(Definition of compounding)
  • There are two principal methods of compounding, in one of which the two cylinders are placed one above the other, with their axes in line, and both pistons connecting to the same crank, while in the other the cylinders are side by side, and each connects to its own crank, the two cranks usually being at a right angle.

  • Comprehend(Definition of comprehend)
  • He seemed to comprehend.

  • Compressing(Definition of compressing)
  • "i have traveled far enough since hearing that bell to pass a long ways beyond it," he said, compressing his lips and shaking his head; "and if that was brindle that rang it the first time, she would have done it the second time."

  • Commending
  • Yes, answered the mother, it was of you that i wrote, commending you to his care, should he return to america.

  • Commanding(Definition of commanding)
  • Given under the hand of the general commanding, the day and year above written.

  • Comprehending
  • Why, my dear, it isn't any of my business, but when i think of those parents of yours out there, comprehending nothing, and that poor bewildered husband of yours, i could cry for them."

  • Impending(Definition of impending)
  • If they do not return to the eaves but desert their nests it is a sign of misfortune impending over the household.

  • Comprehension(Definition of comprehension)
  • "oh, that's it," said alfred, with a wise nod of comprehension; "the nurse, then she's in the joke too?"

  • Comprehends
  • The popular treatment, which comprehends blood-letting, physicking, and the use of powerful diuretics, has proved notoriously unsuccessful.

  • Commenting
  • He quotes two or three sentences of mine commenting on some startling english export figures i had just given.

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