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Correct spelling for IMMUSE
We think the word immuse 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 immuse
- Imbue(Definition of imbue)
- Mouse(Definition of mouse)
- Amuse(Definition of amuse)
- Immense(Definition of immense)
- Impose(Definition of impose)
- Immerse(Definition of immerse)
- Muse(Definition of muse)
- Immure(Definition of immure)
- Immune(Definition of immune)
But the doctor, habitually light-hearted, soon recovers, and makes an effort to imbue the others with cheerfulness like his own.
When the children woke on the christmas morn they chattered with might and main- for a sword and gun had little son jack, and a braw new doll had jane, and a packet o' nails had the twa emus; but the dour good-wife got nane.
Yet all in vain the dresden boy from yonder mantel woos her; a mania for that vulgar toy, the noisy drum, imbues her. in vain i wheel her to and fro, and reason with her mildly: her waxen tears in torrents flow, her sawdust heart beats wildly.
I am sure you would come up out of the ashes, if we left the mouse out for you to finish."
But he's not gone merely to amuse himself."
Everard has immense faith in him."
Nationes exterae, foreign nations, inferi, gods of the inferior, lower, infimus, imus, lower world, lowest.
It was the priest's prerogative to judge the misdeeds and to impose the penalties.
So reviewers abused the picture persistently, and lord bearwarden was furious, brandishing a weekly newspaper above his head, and striding about the little putney lawn with an energy that threatened to immerse him in the river, forgetful of those narrow limits, suggesting the proverbial extent of a fisherman's walk on deck, "two steps and overboard."
His disposition was to muse and fall slack, helpless to a friend.
Not only had don eusebio threatened to immure his daughter in a nunnery; but was actually on his way to carry the threat into execution, when stopped by the salteadores!
That'll give us a chance to take the ship-if the formula really makes us immune to the vestans."
During the night of the 18th of november, 1431, the waters of the waal and the meuse broke the dykes, destroyed more than seventy villages, drowned almost a hundred thousand souls, and broke up the plain into a thousand islands, leaving in the midst of this ruin one upright tower called merwede house, the ruins of which are still visible.