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Correct spelling for CONSTOMER

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Possible correct spellings for constomer

  • Consomme(Definition of consomme)
  • Thus, instead of accurately enumerating the quantities, and explaining the process of each composition, they order a ladleful of stock, a pint of consomme, and a spoonful of cullis; as if a private-family cook had always at hand a soup-kettle full of stock, a store of consomme, and the larder of albion house, and the spoons and pennyworths were the same in all ages.

  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • He replied that they would pay it, or not consider the place."

  • Customer(Definition of customer)
  • Costumier(Definition of costumier)
  • Costume(Definition of costume)
  • He was a little stouter, a little more bald, but he skipped down upon the platform, radiant as to smile and the breadth of his gold watch-chain, and attired in a check coat which zilda thought was the most perfect thing in costume which she had ever beheld.

  • Consumer(Definition of consumer)
  • I will juggle into my own hands all the instruments for the production of wealth that my cunning can lay hold of; and i will use them for my own purposes against producer and consumer alike with impartial egoism.

  • Costumer(Definition of costumer)
  • Consumed
  • We may gather pearls of wisdom from amid the ashes and cinders of our lost hopes, after the fires have consumed them."

  • Consume(Definition of consume)
  • After this dareios summoned those indians who are called callatians, who eat their parents, and asked them in presence of the hellenes, who understood what they said by help of an interpreter, for what payment they would consent to consume with fire the bodies of their fathers when they died; and they cried out aloud and bade him keep silence from such words.

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