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Correct spelling for POMPOSE
We think the word pompose 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 pompose
- Compose(Definition of compose)
- Impose(Definition of impose)
- Pampas(Definition of pampas)
- Propose(Definition of propose)
- Purpose(Definition of purpose)
- Composer(Definition of composer)
- Pompous(Definition of pompous)
- Porpoise(Definition of porpoise)
Pointing to a chair placed opposite to him, he briefly inquired after my health; and then added, in a lower tone- "take any time you like, basil, to compose and collect yourself.
Men like me don't wait till their claims are openly protested, and i certainly do not intend to impose myself on any family; still, i was far, i acknowledge, from expecting such treatment."
Now he knew it; but with the feeling that the place was a temporary husk at best, he avoided a too particular inventory of the pseudo-marble clock, the vases of pampas grass, the album, and the garish pictures against their background of pink roses blushing in a terra-cotta field, and ran drowsily over the little pile of accumulated mail.
George is round by the pumps, stripped to the waist, washing.
Where do you propose to live?
That one of the servants, believing the captain to be a highwayman, presented a blunderbuss, and in all probability would have shot him on the spot, had not he, the nephew, rode up, and assured them the gentleman was non compos.
For this purpose gen.
In consequence of the good opinion which you kindly express of my talent as a composer, i am going to ask you a favour if the idea meets with your approval.
Mr carlyle bit his lip at the pompous formality of the message but he was too experienced to waste any words about it and with a mere nod he followed, guiding his friend until they reached the manager's room.
"porpoise, you mean," gently suggested allee.