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Spell Check of perfume

Correct spelling: perfume

Common misspellings for perfume:

perfome, perfet, perfum, performe, perfure, prefume, perfromer, peforme, perfumee, perfec, purfume, perfrome, perfeum, pefrom, parfumes, perfurme, pefere, perium, pardum, perfoem, perffer, pefrorm, perfumier, perforem, porfile, poerful, perfoamcne, perfore, perfek, performthe, purfumes, prfume, performce, perfoum, -erfume, perfomr, parfumed, pemium, pufume, perdiem, porfumes, perferer, perfform, perfomer, perofm, jerfemy, perfom, perfurm, parfum, oerfume, poerfull, perfoemed, pervorm, pervue, partume, pefurm, perfrm, persume, pewrform, sperformer, lerfume, perfe, perfermed, perfurms, performar, preeme, perfeer, perfums, perferr, perforner, parfume, prefoume, perfur, perferm, purform, perdium, prefom, purfuims, performa, perfrom, perfprm, perfic, perume, perfiec, perfomace, performaer, purfumed, perfice, perffan, perfere, perfune, pervouise, pefume, perfurs, perfium, perfoms, performane, parfumerie, parfums, prefomer.

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Examples of usage for perfume:

  1. An odd perfume hung in the air. – The Sins of Séverac Bablon by Sax Rohmer

Quotes for perfume:

  1. To attract men, I wear a perfume called "New Car Interior."
  2. Personality is to a man what perfume is to a flower.
  3. As perfume doth remain In the folds where it hath lain, So the thought of you, remaining Deeply folded in my brain, Will not leave me: all things leave me: You remain.
  4. I detest heavy perfume and shrill voices.
  5. But, having a perfume and license, in general, is a financial necessity. A designer must, to reap back the money spent on prototypes and all that sort of thing.

Rhymes for perfume:

  1. loom, fume, zoom, boom, hume, flume, room, bloom, vroom, presume, tomb, reaume, womb, groom, broom, resume, whom, doom, legroom, plume, gloom, croom;
  2. consume, entomb, khartoum, assume, exhume, abloom, costume;
  3. reassume;
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