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Correct spelling for FOURNATE
We think the word fournate 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 fournate
- Finite(Definition of finite)
- Fortunate(Definition of fortunate)
- Footnote(Definition of footnote)
- Furnace(Definition of furnace)
- Donate(Definition of donate)
- Format(Definition of format)
- Forte(Definition of forte)
- Forbade(Definition of Forbade)
- Fount(Definition of fount)
- Founder(Definition of founder)
- Ornate(Definition of ornate)
- Fondue(Definition of fondue)
- Found(Definition of found)
What if, while we recognize the idea both of the finite and the infinite, the relative and the absolute, the contingent and the necessary, we cannot, by the utmost effort of our reason, obliterate the difference between them, so as to reduce them to one absolute essence?
He had been a cavalry captain, but had been fortunate enough to obtain an everlasting furlough.
Footnote 2: the reverse is the case with reference to aram, which is essentially a lowland, while these critics would have us to believe that it means "highland."
When that is done we can put it in the round furnace."
However less than 10% of the 37% eligible blood donors donate annually.
Nb the final two pages of the book, on astronomical, physical and physiological apparatus, are in a slightly different format in the original.
But the more she leaned on a man of self-control, the more she admired; and an admiration that may not speak itself to the object present drops inward, stirs the founts; and if these are repressed, the tenderness which is not allowed to weep will drown self-pity, hardening the woman to summon scruples in relation to her unworthiness.
Duplicity was not her forte, and she knew it.
Dignity alone forbade it.
If women will weep for you they will bleed for you; the fount of tears feeds a river as well as betrays a hidden well.
Champlain was invested with executive, legislative and judiciary powers, but the founder of quebec never abused the authority intrusted to him.
An ornate if cheap dressing-table!
"en mettant a part ces petits filons particuliers, ainsi que les ruscheln, dus probablement les uns et les autres a des causes posterieures a celles qui ont produit les filons principaux, la masse compacte de ceux-ci reveille beaucoup l'idee d'une matiere fondue; en meme tems qu'on seroit fort embarrasse a concevoir, d'ou viendroit cette matiere, si distincte de toute autre, lorsqu'on voudroit l'attribuer a l'eau.
The colonel found his voice.