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Correct spelling for CHEMELION
We think the word chemelion is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for chemelion
- Champion(Definition of champion)
- Vermilion(Definition of vermilion)
- Champlain(Definition of champlain)
- Chameleon(Definition of chameleon)
- Melon(Definition of melon)
Any other girl would have been only too glad to have such a champion; she would, too, hereafter, for he was a man of whom to be proud.
I drove him right up to his house, he paid me the dollar, and i sailed right on into hamlin without any trouble.
Mohammed prohibited his followers from making any representation of human or animal life, and as a result, mohammedans have never produced a painter nor a sculptor, except in the portrayal and chiseling of vegetable forms.
"the french claim it, and it's even called after the first of their governors under the company of one hundred associates, samuel de champlain.
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Chaplin is of course for chaplain, fr.
Basil and francois had often seen the species before, and were familiar with it under the names of "green lizard" and "chameleon,"-both of which names are applied to it in common phraseology.
It was ornamented with a great profusion of carved work, some of which was hieroglyphical, to a degree that would have puzzled champollion; but over the centre were two figures in bas-relief, that could not well be mistaken, inasmuch as the sword and scales plainly indicated that the one on the starboard side was justice, while the cap on the point of a lance "seemed to fructify" that her companion was no other than miss liberty.