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Possible correct spellings for oment

  • Mint(Definition of mint)
  • Here the great hall of the bank, full of panic-stricken citizens jostling one another to get gold for the notes of the bank; there, foreign nations sending over ingots and coin to the bank, and the mint working night and day, sunday and week-day, to turn them into sovereigns to meet the run.

  • Amenity(Definition of amenity)
  • In new york city, the stuyvesant town private market, residential development superblock takes up about 18 normal city blocks and provides a large green amenity for its residents and neighbours.

  • Omen(Definition of omen)
  • Omani(Definition of omani)
  • Oddment(Definition of oddment)
  • Momenta
  • The abbreviated action is defined as the integral of the generalized momenta along a path in the generalized coordinates: according to maupertuis principle, the true path is a path for which the abbreviated action is stationary.

  • Ont
  • Lament(Definition of lament)
  • And he began to play that exquisite highland lament.

  • Omelet(Definition of omelet)
  • Monet
  • Indicio quemquam ne falso laedere tentent terrarum reges, parva tabella monet.

  • Foment(Definition of foment)
  • "you are a misshapen fool," he said; "dost think that bishop bernard would give thee such a place as this-to foment rebellion against him?"

  • Meant(Definition of Meant)
  • I wonder if you meant it?

  • Omit(Definition of omit)
  • Amount(Definition of amount)
  • Considering the volume of the ocean, the total amount of h is large.

  • Mount(Definition of mount)
  • Nobody seemed to have entered it since the last passenger had been called out to mount the last stage-coach that had run by.

  • Emend(Definition of emend)
  • 2009; actinomycetales buchanan 1917 emend.

  • Comment(Definition of comment)
  • Thornton read it and handed it back without comment.

  • Moment(Definition of moment)
  • During every moment, at every word that he uttered, he was thinking of the declaration of love which he had made to her.

  • Oman
  • Mont
  • 134 this glacier is named glacier du mont blanc.

  • Amend(Definition of amend)
  • I apologize most humbly to the lady and her family for my conduct; and i promise mr tarleton not to repeat it, and to amend my life, and to do what in me lies to prove worthy of his kindness in giving me another chance and refraining from delivering me up to the punishment i so richly deserve.

  • Torment(Definition of torment)
  • Omens
  • Amen(Definition of amen)
  • Perhaps recalling in an instant, the ill deeds done by that body while it was alive, she seemed to doubt if her supplications were heard, and the doubt her words would not frame, passed into the intonation of the last amen, murmured at the madeleine, by children's voices.

  • Orient(Definition of orient)
  • Cement(Definition of cement)
  • But once we begin to postulate our utopian villains, the reader's thought is distracted from the contemplation of the heroic which is the cement that binds every stone in the visionary city.

  • Mend(Definition of mend)
  • Can you see that mend in the lace?"

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