Correct spelling for CARMED

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Possible correct spellings for carmed

  • armed It is ten days since we left Cosenza, we have made but some ten miles advance among the hills, and we have lost already eight hundred hoplites, and I know not how many light armed troops.
  • camel They declined to proceed any further, and after a short consultation between themselves, each man seized his camel and walked away.
  • cameo The head in profile was like a Sicilian antique, with the clear-cut candour of a cameo.
  • card I can get you a card."
  • caret Numbers or letters preceded by a caret ^ indicate a superscript.
  • carter The carter, with his waggon, if he be an elderly man, cries 'Whoa!
  • carved The subject is found on a window at Llanrhaiadr y Kinmerch, Denbighshire, on the stone work of one of the chancel windows at Dorchester Church, Oxfordshire, and in carved stone on the reredos of Christchurch Priory, Hants.
  • cased Chrysophrasia held out her hand, a very forlorn hope of anatomy cased in flabby kid.
  • charmed He had none of the childishness that surprised, and sometimes charmed, in Jacques Sennier, but much that was boyish still pleasantly lingered with him.
  • comedy
  • comet
  • cred
  • creed
  • cured
  • harmed
  • jammed
  • marked
  • named
  • tamed
  • warmed
  • Aimed He knew that a great reserve of air power was being assembled to throw an umbrella of planes over the coming thrust, which was aimed at the heart of Germany, through or across Italy.
  • Caged And Sir John paced up and down the room like a caged bear.
  • Caked But he, with wide-astonished eyes, was staring at the foot of the throne, from which gradually rose a terrible figure, covered with blood and caked with drying clay.
  • Calmed Nevertheless I soon calmed myself, and summoning prudence to my aid I remembered the Chevalier Raiberti, whom I had seen at his mistress's house, and I decided on asking his advice.
  • Came You came by the 3.10, Mr. Denham?
  • Camped The next day's journey took them up the north fork of Healy Creek, and they camped a few miles from Simpson Pass, crossing the continental divide from Alberta into British Columbia the following morning.
  • Caned At some of our public schools now-a-days, a boy is caned as many times in a morning as the worthy doctor would have caned him during the whole half year; but then, the doctor treated the boys as gentlemen, and trusted much to their honour; but now many schoolmasters trust much to fear, little to honour, and treat them as brute beasts.
  • Carded The enterprising Puritan woman pulled the long-fibered straggling lock of wool, sorted out and rejected from the uniform fleeces, carded it with her little hand cards into yard-long finger-sized rolls, and twisted it upon her large wheel spindle, producing much such thread as an Italian peasant woman spins upon her distaff to-day as she walks upon the shore at Baiae.
  • Carder The carder should be just as particular about making his roving as the spinner is about making his yarn; then there will be good work all through.
  • Cared Of course she did not realise it; it seemed to her still as though he would come back in a moment and put his arms round her and tell her that it was all a game-just to see if she had really cared.
  • Carped The London critics carped and reproved.
  • Carried 13,278. Has the fishing been carried on entirely with the small boats hitherto?
  • Carted An' I can't go and leave the little beast till he knows 'imself a bit in 'is noo place, said Mr. Beale, an' 'ave 'im boltin' off gracious knows where, and being pinched or carted off to the Dogs' Home, or that.
  • Caved There had been a station here, once; the street above had caved in and filled it with brick, concrete, cobblestones, and steel scrap, and then it had been sealed over when Government City was built.
  • Cawed The home-coming rooks circled and cawed around the tall elm trees.
  • Claimed 1. That she claimed to be in advance of the age thirty or forty years.
  • Clammed
  • Famed
  • Farmed
  • Gamed
  • Lamed
  • Crammed
  • Cried
  • Ahmed To Pedro, who still stood motionless, Ahmed said, "And thou, my good friend, shalt have thy freedom and possessions sufficient to keep thee in comfort for the rest of thy days."
  • Carmelo By far the best way is to stop at either Hotel del Monte or Hotel Carmelo, Pacific Grove, and then on taking the seventeen-mile drive, make the side trip to San Carlos.
  • Jared
  • Carmen Where are the Greek merchants that came through the pillars of Hercules, the Gibraltar now grabbed by the foe of mankind, with gold and Tyrian purple to sell in Wexford at the fair of Carmen?
  • Carmela Carmela was said to be middle-aged.
  • CAPED The only people in the front seats are a man in full evening dress, which he tries to conceal under a caped coat, and two Ladies in plush opera-cloaks.
  • cored
  • scammed
  • caromed She wasn't clear open though, and our barge caromed off the spiles.
  • countryperson

72 words made from the letters carmed

3 letter words made from carmed:

cer, ade, mar, are, dam, ace, arm, red, mrd, arc, cad, aec, car, dre, med, cam, era, mad, ecm, rem, mac, ram, dec, ear, rad.

4 letter words made from carmed:

5 letter words made from carmed:

damer, adrem, merda, drame, derma, cream, mcrae, mcrea, cadre, recam, deram, crame, carme, drace, merca, cedar, macer, dream, dacer, armed, arced, dacre.

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