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Possible correct spellings for tranformed

  • Informed(Definition of informed)
  • A servant opened the door, and informed me that madame had gone to the country; she could not tell me when she was expected to return to venice.

  • Transforms
  • A glass transforms these lines into rows of diamonds.

  • Reformed(Definition of reformed)
  • In the two boer republics the dutch reformed church is in a certain sense the state church.

  • Transformers
  • We might compare the ganglia to electrical transformers.

  • Transform(Definition of transform)
  • It only required the feudal in him to be reawakened to transform him.

  • Uninformed(Definition of uninformed)
  • Not unfrequently, the study of christ in scripture and experience gives to unlettered men, to men whose mind before their conversion was dull and uninformed, an intellectual quality, a power of discernment and apprehension that trained scholars might envy.

  • Unformed(Definition of unformed)
  • Of course, the roman architecture could not have had on augustin, this still unformed young african, the same effect as it has to-day on a frenchman or a man from northern europe.

  • Conformed
  • The tennessee, to which these were to be opposed, was a vessel of different type, and one to which the few ironclads built by the confederates for the most part conformed-called commonly the broadside ironclad, because the guns, like those of ships-of-war generally, were disposed chiefly along the sides.

  • Preformed
  • Bakelite resin could be provided either as powder, or as preformed partially cured slugs, increasing the speed of the casting.

  • Oxford-Educated
  • Oxford-educated, booth was consecrated as a priest in the church of england before becoming a headmaster.

  • Transferred
  • I believe mother has transferred her affections-and perhaps her property.

  • Ransomed(Definition of ransomed)
  • With a kiss upon lips that are fading takes he the soul and departs, and, rocked in the arms of affection, places the ransomed child, new born, 'fore the face of its father.

  • Transformed
  • She was transformed beyond his recognition.

  • Trammed
  • The portuguese island of madeira is the historic centre for the manufacture of trammed canvases.

  • Transformer(Definition of transformer)
  • We have said that the steam locomotive-the material transformer of the world-our iron horse, had just been born.

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