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Correct spelling for PHNEUMONIA

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Possible correct spellings for phneumonia

  • Honeymoon(Definition of honeymoon)
  • By these means she may still maintain her power, though she has surrendered her person, and may continue the romance of love even beyond the honeymoon.

  • Phenomenon(Definition of phenomenon)
  • For our needs either account of this phenomenon will do equally.

  • Newman
  • The master tempted newman to sin, but he resisted, and was cruelly beaten.

  • Pneumonia(Definition of pneumonia)
  • Recovery occurs within a few days, unless complicated by sore throat and pneumonia.

  • Anemone(Definition of anemone)
  • There would be a hush around us in which you could hear a sea-anemone sigh.

  • Penman(Definition of penman)
  • "i was a good penman, and before long i was entrusted with the position of recording and entry clerk for the ship, and i took charge of the log, and did things of that kind under his supervision during the long trip to chinese waters.

  • Phoning
  • In early october, a 14-year-old girl was arrested for phoning a clown-related threat to mckinley middle school.

  • Phenomenal(Definition of phenomenal)
  • The most brilliant, the most versatile, and the most remarkable figure of the early days of the century, whose trumpet voice once roused england as it has never been roused from that day to this, and whose services to education and progress are acknowledged but slightly even now, paid for the phenomenal splendour of his youth by long years spent in a changed and changing world, jostled by a generation forgetful or heedless of his fame.

  • Philemon(Definition of Philemon)
  • Story of baucis and philemon.

  • Phonemic
  • The position of the accent in ancient greek was phonemic and distinctive: certain words are distinguished by which mora in them is accented.

  • Phoneme(Definition of phoneme)
  • The /z/ phoneme, for instance, can actually be pronounced as either the [s] phone or the [z] phone since /z/ is frequently devoiced, even in fluent speech, especially at the end of an utterance.

  • Phenomena(Definition of Phenomena)
  • In consequence of this, records were made of various phenomena in the south when the northern regions were still unknown and unexplored.

  • Monomania(Definition of monomania)
  • To conceal, is his monomania."

  • Pheromone
  • Sex pheromone production and perception in european corn borer moths is determined by both autosomal and sex-linked genes".

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