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Spell Check of Whom

Correct spelling: Whom

Definition of Whom:

  1. The objective of Who.

Common misspellings for Whom:

  • whome (78%)
  • whon (3%)
  • whoom (2%)
  • hom (2%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for Whom:

  1. Daddy Tom was there, and her mother whom she had never seen. "The Shepherd of the North" , Richard Aumerle Maher.
  2. Whom have you got to see? "Night and Day" , Virginia Woolf.
  3. " From whom d'you mean? "Night and Day" , Virginia Woolf.

Quotes for Whom:

  1. I come now to tell you for what I am brought here to die, and to give you an account of my faith, which I shall do as in the sight of the living God before whom I am shortly to stand. - Donald Cargill
  2. Anybody can put things together that belong together. to put things together that don't go together, and make it work, that takes genius like Mozart's. Yet he is presented in the play Amadeus as a kind of silly boy whom the gods loved. - Lukas Foss
  3. There is nobody I know by name who is concerned with collecting information for the Russian authorities. There are people whom I know by sight whom I trusted with my life. - Klaus Fuchs
  4. Paul the apostle recounted that Jesus appeared to more than 500 of His followers at one time, the majority of whom were still alive and who could confirm what Paul wrote. - Josh McDowell
  5. I am a free lover. I have an inalienable, constitutional and natural right to love whom I may, to love as long or short a period as I can; to change that love every day if I please. - Victoria Woodhull

Rhymes for Whom:

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

Idioms for Whom:

  1. those whom the gods love die young
  2. Whom the gods love die young
  3. With whom do you wish to speak?
  4. to whom it may concern