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Correct spelling for FREMONTH
We think the word fremonth 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 fremonth
- Freeman(Definition of freeman)
- Froth(Definition of froth)
- Freemen(Definition of Freemen)
- Foment(Definition of foment)
- Framing(Definition of framing)
- Frothy(Definition of frothy)
- Month(Definition of month)
- Ferment(Definition of ferment)
- French(Definition of french)
- Fireman(Definition of fireman)
- Foreman(Definition of foreman)
- Foremost(Definition of foremost)
- Remount(Definition of remount)
- Front(Definition of front)
"major freeman is here, sir," he said, "with mr. henshaw, and would like to speak to you."
The foremen regard these prerogatives as being especially theirs and would very deeply and bitterly resent any attempt on the part of the management to take them away.
Society was distinctly democratic, for while there were favored families there was no privileged class, and the existence of african slavery and the temporary servitude of convicts and redemptioners tended to place all freemen on an equality.
Take two drachms each of pulvis benedict, and of troches of agaric, a sufficient quantity of mithridate, and make two pessaries, and that will purge the matrix of wind and phlegm; foment the private parts with salad oil in which some feverfew and camomiles have been boiled.
She spent many hours in framing bitter denunciations to be used in event of his appearance.
Ferment on this occasion.
62 d'oysel, french ambassador in scotland, iv.
The fireman came down the platform, both engine oil cans in his hands.
The labor foreman whistled, threw a quick glance at the nearest slaves, and nodded.
And foremost of these for importance is our choice of friends.
He then proceeded to establish a military despotism which made the worst of what had been said of fremont pale before it.
The firemen, of course, wear an appropriate uniform, with brazen helmets and shoulder-straps and a neat axe apiece, suspended in a leathern case from the waistband.