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Correct spelling for PORPUSE

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Possible correct spellings for porpuse

  • Almost Entirely
  • Cobweblike
  • Come To Stop
  • Come To The End
  • Comes Apart
  • Coming Naught
  • Conking Out
  • Corpse
  • Sleepin' wid a corpse!

  • Corpus
  • The bookcases, of which there are eight on each side between the windows, with a half-case against the west wall, are rather larger than those at corpus christi college, being 10 feet high, and 2 feet 6 inches wide.

  • Fresh Looks
  • Fresh Off Boat
  • Fresh Off The Boat
  • In-Venting
  • Peruse
  • The hopes of the pope were not realized; buonaparte soon forgetting past services, made demands which he well knew could not be complied with, and amongst them that his holiness should declare war against england, and that too without the slightest motive for such a proceeding on his part, as he stated in his manifesto against the outrages of buonaparte, a paper which must affect all who peruse it, and excite their regret that the pope was not in a situation effectually to preserve that independence which did such honour to his heart.

  • Pipes
  • Seated in front of the foremost waggon, smoking their pipes, are two white men, also travel-stained and dusty.

  • Pope
  • On the whole the commandant had little doubt that things would go on as before, but he felt some uneasiness for mr. pope, the duke's agent.

  • Popes
  • Poppas
  • Poppies
  • Pops
  • Pores
  • Porous
  • It was very hot in the tent, and not one of the girls spoke a word; they sat perfectly still before the old woman, and did not stir a finger, excepting now and then to take up one of the porous clay pitchers, which stood on the ground, for a draught of water, or to put a pill of kyphi between their painted lips.

  • Porpoise
  • Of the sea-animals, the most common that we saw in use amongst them as food is the porpoise; the fat or rind of which, as well as the flesh, they cut in large pieces, and having dried them, as they do the herrings, eat them without any farther preparation.

  • Pose
  • His stiff pose had relaxed, and he was even smiling.

  • Propose
  • And who are you, who propose to give the lesson?

  • Proposer
  • Props
  • Prose
  • Pups
  • Purpose
  • Pursue
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