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Correct spelling for SYMONTENOUSLY

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Possible correct spellings for symontenously

  • Momentously
  • For this visit in its own good time did count momentously, though both of them took it lightly while its fleeting minutes passed.

  • Sumptuously
  • Somewhat later, when he entered the sumptuously appointed library, he discovered precisely what he had expected to find: his lawyer, malcolm melvin, and his daughter patricia were facing each other across the table, the former having before him several sheets of paper, which were already covered with the penciled notes and memoranda he had evidently been engaged in making.

  • Continuously(Definition of continuously)
  • Then tirant returned to his lodging very happily, because he had danced continuously with the infanta and she had said many delightful things to him.

  • Simultaneously(Definition of simultaneously)
  • It came almost simultaneously, and the pirate disappeared as they went into the hyper-space of the warp-line.

  • Spontaneously(Definition of spontaneously)
  • If we realize that the law flows from the word, and not vice versa, then the law of attraction must work in this manner, and will bring to us all those conditions through which we shall be able to express the more expanded being towards which we are directing our word; and as a consequence, we shall have no need to trouble about forcing particular conditions into existence-they will grow spontaneously out of the seed we have planted.

  • Monotonously(Definition of monotonously)
  • Day by day passed monotonously; we only occasionally saw writhing curves of land to the west of us; about us was the illimitable sea.

  • Mutinously
  • In its stead victor favoured karslake with a slow smile of understanding that broadened into an insuppressible grin of successful malice, a grimace of crude exultation through which peered out the impish savage mutinously imprisoned within a flimsy husk of modern manner.

  • Sententiously(Definition of sententiously)
  • That distinguished naval expert rises from his water-soaked seat on the cocoa-matting outside the poke bonnet, sweeps his eye around the horizon, and remarks sententiously:- "it no tam goot day.

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