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Correct spelling for GORMENT

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Possible correct spellings for gorment

  • Comment(Definition of comment)
  • There was not a word of comment.

  • Dormant(Definition of dormant)
  • She is a type of a vast number of girls whose religious sense lies dormant.

  • Ferment(Definition of ferment)
  • The village had been thrown into a ferment by the tidings of the battle and its disastrous consequences.

  • Garment(Definition of garment)
  • She wore a white robe with wide, open sleeves, and her arms shone in the dim light as white as her garment.

  • Gourmet(Definition of gourmet)
  • You know, my dear john, that i am a bit of a sybarite-a gourmet.

  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • The commandant took particular occasion to commend them for their performance, and it was a long step in their favor when the corps moved to the north to take its place in the great aviation camp directly south of verdun.

  • Torment(Definition of torment)
  • Prithee, away then with these idle cares, which thus torment you!

  • Gourmand(Definition of gourmand)
  • Gourmand or gormand: a glutton, a greedy eater.

  • Foment(Definition of foment)
  • I took this opportunity of assuring him that i had never willingly listened to the complaints of the men, and that i was always annoyed when they spoke to me about the provisions, as i had nothing whatever to do with that matter; and that so far from my wishing to stir up the men into rebellion, my conduct had been uniformly influenced by the desire to conciliate them and represent their conditions as very tolerable, so as to repress any tendency to disaffection which they might foment among themselves.

  • Garments
  • His garments were of a youthful cut and cloth, being of the sort generally known as "college youth style," but they were themselves no longer youthful.

  • Moment(Definition of moment)
  • She recognized herself in it at once, and at the first moment, laughed loudly, but the longer she looked at the disfigured likeness, the more vexed, annoyed and angry she became.

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