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Correct spelling for IMMPOSE
We think the word immpose 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 immpose
- Impasse(Definition of impasse)
- Impious(Definition of impious)
- Compose(Definition of compose)
- Immense(Definition of immense)
- Impost(Definition of impost)
- Imposer(Definition of Imposer)
- Impulse(Definition of impulse)
- Immerse(Definition of immerse)
- Reimpose(Definition of reimpose)
- Impose(Definition of impose)
- Imposed(Definition of imposed)
"on the other hand it looks as though mr. wilson were looking for a fresh way out of the impasse into which his attitude on the question of the submarine campaign has led him.
Against an impious nation am i wont to send him.
You have been so kind to me; it is due i should comply; but not now; to-morrow; i must have time to consider and compose my mind.
The cathelicidin family of peptides are classified as antimicrobial peptides (amps).
"it is an immense amount of money.
He prays that he may not be taxed with impost.
You know yourself what impulse is!
When thou, clay cottage, fallest, i'll immerse my long-cramp'd spirit in the universe.
When the king heard this, he took the crown from the head of that false loon and placed it on that of cienzo; and he was on the point of sending the imposter to the galleys, but cienzo begged the king to have mercy on him and to confound his wickedness with courtesy.
Then, too, the fact of his house being called after new zion seemed to impose a sort of obligation towards the sad old chapel.
He admitted that he had been wrong; that he had imposed upon me.