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Correct spelling for EXPOUSER
We think the word expouser 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 expouser
- Exporter(Definition of exporter)
- Expose(Definition of expose)
- Espouse(Definition of espouse)
- Exposure(Definition of exposure)
- Exposed(Definition of exposed)
To chauncey jerome, the first exporter of clocks from america to england in the year 1824, the honor was reserved of applying the principle of the cheap wire pinion to the brass, one-day clock.
You are more precious to me than all the discoveries of which i ever dreamed, and i will not for any purpose whatsoever expose you to real peril or serious pain.
She is ably supported in her resistance by her pretty maid, zerbine, who is well paid by leander, the favoured lover, to espouse his cause.
"yes; and the windings of the ground gave me every sort of situation and exposure.
But the kingdom of woman is on that borderland, and if she comes down to earth to claim its lowland provinces she exposes herself to lose both worlds, not securing real freedom or permanent equality in one, and losing hold of some of the highest prerogatives of the other.
The face thus exposed was deathly pale, set like stone in horror.
Carter had originally expressed a preference during his final playing season to be inducted wearing an expos cap on his plaque.