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Correct spelling for MEMBRUM
We think the word membrum 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 membrum
- Humdrum(Definition of humdrum)
- Cambium(Definition of cambium)
- Brim(Definition of brim)
- Emblem(Definition of emblem)
- Umbra(Definition of umbra)
- Member(Definition of member)
- Cerebrum(Definition of cerebrum)
- Momentum(Definition of momentum)
- Emporium(Definition of emporium)
- Mamba(Definition of mamba)
- Embalm(Definition of embalm)
- Membrane(Definition of membrane)
- Embryo(Definition of embryo)
So the year 1805 opened in humdrum prosperity and national self-satisfaction.
When we reflect that these substances are the foods from which everything in the tree-new cambium, new roots, buds, flowers, and fruit, etc. -are to be constructed, it becomes clear that if any enemy settles in the cortex and robs it of these substances, it reduces not only the general powers of the tree, but also-and this is the point which especially interests us now-its timber-producing capacity.
Up went the broken brim, and the whiskied face lighted with a shaking smile, "you turned some trick on that calabasas crew-some fight," bull chuckled.
Imagine the enthusiasm of an audience when i stood straight, spread my arms and showed that noble emblem of our nation's strength and freedom!
Invisible and inviolate, imagination, keeps our best, our ideals, locked in the cerebrum cells of "gray matter", which we are pleased to call our workshop.
A fellow opened a watchmaker's emporium next door to the post office t'other day and has a most fascinating window.
Abram also attached the farm horses to the heavy snow-plow, to which he added his weight, and a broad, track-like furrow was made from the house to the road, and then for a mile or more each way upon the street, for the benefit of the neighbors.
Why, he wanted to embalm her, too!
He moved off and, leaning against the opposite wall, covertly watched her, while ostensibly listening with due sympathy to the hopes and fears of an old friend and embryo author.