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Correct spelling for SIOME

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Possible correct spellings for siome

  • Rome
  • Don clemente had telegraphed to selva that he would reach rome the next morning at ten o'clock.

  • Dime(Definition of dime)
  • White chips is a dime, limit is a dollar and no gunplay goes."

  • Dome(Definition of dome)
  • Until one day a thin, yellowish-white streak appeared upon the sea-line; little groups of palms huddled together, and here and there a white dome or a needle-minaret.

  • Chime(Definition of chime)
  • They would make not only a bell, or a chime, but, actually a carillon, or concert of bells to hang up in the air.

  • Shim(Definition of shim)
  • This chemical shim, along with the use of burnable neutron poisons within the fuel pellets, is used to assist regulation of the cores long term reactivity, while the control rods are used for rapid reactor power changes (e.

  • Time(Definition of time)
  • Sham(Definition of sham)
  • A sham sympathy would drive me mad.

  • Lome(Definition of lome)
  • Diplomatic representation from the us: chief of mission: ambassador brenda brown schoonover embassy: rue pelletier caventou and rue vauban, lome mailing address: b. p. 852, lome telephone: 21 77 17, 21 29 91 through 21 29 94 fax: 21 79 52

  • Shimmy(Definition of shimmy)
  • Tome(Definition of tome)
  • Rime(Definition of rime)
  • The fog of the last three weeks was gone, neither did any rime remain; but all things had a look of sameness, and a kind of furzy colour.

  • Shove(Definition of shove)
  • Mime(Definition of mime)
  • The conversation tells that mime wishes to teach siegfried fear, and that siegfried does not know what fear is. having finished this conversation, siegfried seizes one of the pieces of what is meant to represent the broken sword, saws it up, puts it on what is meant to represent the forge, melts it, and then forges it and sings: heiho!

  • Siam
  • Same(Definition of same)
  • To speak the truth, however, the anglophobia is not confined to the abolitionists or republicans when anything occurs to make any particular journal cross or querulous, you are almost sure to meet, that same week, a sanguinary leader, with the threadbare motto-"delenda est britannia."

  • Shame(Definition of shame)
  • Time has reconciled her a little to her loss, i think, and it would be a shame to disturb her.

  • Shone(Definition of Shone)
  • Home(Definition of home)
  • No, they were all from home; indeed, gwynneth had waited for that.

  • Lime(Definition of lime)
  • Sporangium globose, the base umbilicate, stipitate, often cernuous; the wall a thin, violaceous membrane, rugulose and iridescent, covered with small, roundish or irregular white scales of lime.

  • Shore(Definition of shore)
  • Come(Definition of come)
  • That's work that'll put the worth of your body to the test, and the day will come when you'll need it.

  • Some(Definition of some)
  • Gnome(Definition of gnome)
  • Then, peering keenly from his peat-roofed home, calm in his power he scanned her as he chose, and, if she pleased, the swart and twisted gnome gave her a white, white rose.

  • Somme
  • Shimmer(Definition of shimmer)
  • The moon was at its full once more, and the last clouds of the summer storm had passed away, leaving the wonderful, velvety night sky a-shimmer with twinkling diamonds.

  • Chyme(Definition of chyme)
  • Above all, the brain should never be forced, or used too much, or at the wrong time; let it have a rest during digestion; for then the same vital energy which forms thoughts in the brain has a great deal of work to do elsewhere,-i mean in the digestive organs, where it prepares chyme and chyle.

  • Nome(Definition of nome)
  • I knew this country had never been gone over, so i staked six men, chartered a schooner, and came down here from nome in the early spring.

  • Gimme
  • "gimme a good old kentucky mint-julep, suh," he demanded, "an' be doggoned suah it's made right."

  • Simmer(Definition of simmer)
  • Shoe(Definition of shoe)
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