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Correct spelling for SUPPOTERS
We think the word suppoters 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 suppoters
- Sappers(Definition of sappers)
- Supposed(Definition of supposed)
- Support(Definition of support)
- Suppose(Definition of suppose)
- Supporter(Definition of supporter)
He attempts to meet this state of mind by showing that neither the doctrine of st. augustine nor that of the catholic church supports this popular view, but allows a much milder one.
In fact, from this time onward the catholic cause suffered greatly from the division of its supporters into two groups; the religious and the political, as they may be named.
It was quiet, all right-in spots.
And what are we supposed to do when we find them?
They were asked what they would give towards its support.
I suppose you are there?
We retired from the roadside, and retreated to the shade of some of the loftiest cypress trees in the burial-ground; where, seated on the ground, with the magnificent view of the harbour of constantinople before us, we calmly entered upon the subject of our conference.
She almost killed herself on hearing the false report about lancelot, but she supposes it to be true, and therefore she is in such dismay that she almost loses the power to speak; but, because of those present, she forces herself to say: "in truth, i am sorry for his death, and it is no wonder that i grieve, for he came into this country for my sake, and therefore i should mourn for him."
To him the supporter of justice makes answer that he should ever so speak and act as to give the man within him in some way or other the most complete mastery over the entire human creature.
Then back again before the morning spiders are abroad with the interfering sun.