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Correct spelling for QUESIONAIRE
We think the word quesionaire 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 quesionaire
- Commissionaire(Definition of commissionaire)
- Questionnaire(Definition of questionnaire)
- Cautionary(Definition of cautionary)
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
- Missionary(Definition of missionary)
- Culinary(Definition of culinary)
- Visionary(Definition of visionary)
The commissionaire guarding the other rushed to help his companion bar the exit.
To solve the question which we have just raised, we shall employ two methods- the questionnaire.
He outwardly maintained friendly relations; his ambassador had a seat on the council of state; he retained his garrisons in the cautionary towns; and after the signing of the truce he bestowed the garter upon prince maurice.
A thoughtless fellow is a man who has not yet found the word dread in the dictionary of his life.
Upon the death of combe, 1827, he became a socialist missionary in england.
Charles instantly scanned the list of dishes, and his face clouded still more as he missed the highly seasoned game pasty which the culinary artist had proposed and he had approved.
"you are a visionary, my boy," said the duke, gazing at him in blank astonishment.
His wife acceded, and crossing the room smiled back at him from the depths of the white willow chair, her dark head against its cushioning of soft, mingled tints of pale gray and glowing rose.