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Possible correct spellings for recomennd

  • Recommend(Definition of recommend)
  • At the same time, you are not at present the kind of man whom i could possibly recommend to any irish bishop.

  • Command(Definition of command)
  • He was in the library in the morning; he tried to work, but he could not command his attention.

  • Recount(Definition of recount)
  • And we must go back a little to recount as quickly as we can, the misfortunes which brought them into their present situation.

  • Commend(Definition of commend)
  • I tried to do so once with the young companions whom you would commend to me as friends.

  • Rejoined(Definition of Rejoined)
  • "can't be either," rejoined stubbs.

  • Recumbent(Definition of recumbent)
  • He looked at the sunlight falling through the window on the still recumbent form of his companion, faru-hin-obaran.

  • Recommended
  • After all, okola recommended angel."

  • Regiment(Definition of regiment)
  • The following officers in the confederate army were in the same regiment-viz.

  • Remand(Definition of remand)
  • The surveys cover every foot of the proposed james river canal extension to the ohio valley, which, by general consent, seems to be regarded as the most eligible because it is the most direct central route, and because the state of virginia has most munificently offered to remand the half-completed work to the general government on the sole condition of its nationalization.

  • Recombined
  • To supplement the vestigial atmosphere, huge stations had been set up, which extracted the oxygen from the subterranean waters five miles below the moon's crust, and recombined it with the nitrogen with which the surface layer was impregnated, thus creating an atmosphere which was pumped to the workers.

  • Recommence(Definition of Recommence)
  • Having sufficient wisdom not to recommence the attack, cousin thompson contented himself with breakfasting heartily, but he was not pleasant over his feeding; and, what was more, he had a way of bringing into every room he entered an odour of mouldy parchment.

  • Remind(Definition of remind)
  • Lay by that truth in lavender, sweetest, and remind me of it when i fail."

  • Reckoned
  • I heard the shot, too, and reckoned that the man had let fly at a rabbit.

  • Recommenced
  • The necessity of repose, joined to the succeeding heat of the day, induced us to prolong our halt until four o'clock in the afternoon, when we recommenced our operations on the opposite side of the north arm to that we had acted upon in the morning.

  • Regimen(Definition of regimen)
  • I promised strictly to abide by his prescription, both as to regimen, exercise, and bleeding.

  • Recommends
  • The consul very justly recommends, the teaching negroes the useful arts as the only means of permanently extinguishing the traffic in slaves.

  • Redmond
  • From 1907 onwards it was with mr. asquith that redmond had chiefly to count.

  • Reclined(Definition of Reclined)
  • His hand, reclined on the coverlid, was clasped in his wife's who was praying fervently.

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