Correct spelling for ACOMMA
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Possible correct spellings for acomma
- acme Still another genus, which resembles Acme in its geographical distribution, is Daudebardia-a small slug-like mollusc with a tiny shell.
- ammo , a spring-type clothespin is called a "CP 47", "C47", "47", "peg", "ammo", or "bullet".
- aroma And there is an aroma, and a murmuring, and a breathing and a laughter, And in the blue sky the little birds are singing, Thalatta!
- coma The sudden coma of sunstroke and heat-stroke might be included, although owing to the suddenness with which a person may be struck down, the term heat apoplexy is frequently used, and, from an etymological point of view, quite justifiably.
- comb "I should call it foul," said Catherine, beginning to comb out her great braids.
- come "How do you come to be here?
- Ama The term medical peer review has been used by the American Medical Association (AMA) to refer not only to the process of improving quality and safety in health care organizations, but also to process by which adverse actions involving clinical privileges or professional society membership may be pursued.
19 words made from the letters acomma
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