Correct spelling for GORMAUND

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Possible correct spellings for gormaund

  • Command(Definition of command)
  • It was not even known who was in command.

  • Commando(Definition of commando)
  • My commando, which should have consisted of about 450 men, only numbered 65 during this engagement; our losses were two men killed.

  • Garland(Definition of garland)
  • "if you wish your mother and miss garland to come," rowland suggested, "you had better go home and bring them."

  • Armand
  • Armand accepted the other's cordial invitation.

  • Gourmand(Definition of gourmand)
  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • If it was lacking in those qualities that might be expected to commend it to the reading public, it was conspicuously rich in those merits that determine the favourable judgment of publishers' readers.

  • Germans
  • The house rose, italians-and germans together.

  • Germane(Definition of germane)
  • Germane and diuran waited to hear no more; but, returning to their companions, told them all they had seen and heard; after which the crew embarked and left the island.

  • Normandy
  • Germany
  • The loss of germany and spain had really added to his power.

  • Gerund(Definition of gerund)
  • Communed
  • Then they that were aged and well stricken in years among them that lay in the cavern in the heat of the day, these communed with themselves for a space; and they spake, saying, verily thus, and thus it seemeth unto us; that the space of the passing of the hours that behold the whiteness of our beards is verily shorter than the space of the passing of the hours that did behold the increasing of our statures in the tents of our fathers! and it seemed unto them even so, that this saying was true.

  • Grand(Definition of grand)
  • Jellifies
  • Normand
  • German(Definition of german)
  • The german soldier gave the word.

  • Garment(Definition of garment)
  • The rustle of a woman's garment disturbed him, and he turned his head.

  • Ground(Definition of ground)
  • Dormant(Definition of dormant)
  • They were all fatalists, men of nerve and poesy, weary of leading flat and empty lives, driven toward asiatic enjoyments by forces all the more excessive because, long dormant, they awoke furious.