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Correct spelling for NNUMEROUS
We think the word nnumerous 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 nnumerous
- Humorous(Definition of humorous)
- Amorous(Definition of amorous)
- Nacreous(Definition of nacreous)
- Humerus(Definition of humerus)
- Numbers(Definition of numbers)
- Murmurous(Definition of murmurous)
- Numeral(Definition of numeral)
- Numeric(Definition of numeric)
- Numerous(Definition of numerous)
- Numinous(Definition of numinous)
- Nunneries(Definition of Nunneries)
This effect of others upon the speaker is especially expressed in the monologue, particularly in examples of a popular and humorous character.
So it came to pass that this poem of mine proved, at the last, more like an amorous calendar of my own life than a hymn in praise of the famous beauties of florence.
Shubunkins (朱文金, translated literally as "red brocade") are a hardy, single-tailed goldfish with nacreous scales and a pattern known as calico.
Oblique fracture of the humerus caused by a fragment of a vickers-maxim or pom-pom shell
Numbers 62, 65, 68,70, 73!"
The wheels of the first coach crackle suddenly above the murmurous quiet of preparation.
The music video shows the band in a cake shop and contains several double-entendres.
The notion of cognitive biases was introduced by amos tversky and daniel kahneman in 1972 and grew out of their experience of peoples innumeracy, or inability to reason intuitively with the greater orders of magnitude.