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Correct spelling for CSMPS
We think the word csmps 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 csmps
- Campus(Definition of campus)
- Cosmos(Definition of cosmos)
It was quite a small copse, about 50 by 20 yards, with thick rank grass in between the clumps.
Sitting alone in a secluded corner of the campus waiting for alfred to solve a problem in higher mathematics, jimmy now recalled fragments of alfred's last conversation.
The air grew thick; his hands, still holding the book, turned cold and hard as clamps of iron.
Man, thinking man, at any rate, dreads to lose the cherished impregnable conviction that he is something apart, inherently, and therefore infinitely different from every other phenomenon in the range of his cosmos.
She was hardly out of sight of the four little scamps who had been watching her when she stopped to see if that strange creature were following her.
He was a fine man to look at, about sixty years of age, very portly and pleasant spoken, and everything he said sounded important, even if it was only about the weather or why cocoanut milk always gave him cramps.
We started up at once after the fourth regiment where we arrived in a few jumps of our horses.
Over 300 prisoners were taken, and the remainder of the garrison streamed northward through the deserted camps.
"i shan't have any crimps to take down, that's one thing," frank answered.
An account of the occurrences in manila on the occasion of the arrival of the [royal] visitor, don francisco campos de valdivia.