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Correct spelling for COMMENCURATE
We think the word commencurate 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 commencurate
- Communicant(Definition of communicant)
- Communicate(Definition of communicate)
- Commensurate(Definition of commensurate)
- Concrete(Definition of concrete)
His hands were trembling and his soul trembled as he heard the priest pass with the ciborium from communicant to communicant.
Both are difficult of digestion and communicate a very disagreeable odor to the breath, intolerable to those who are unaccustomed to it.
The results of the proclamation were not commensurate with the desperate urgency of the appeal.
Having the material for nothing, and water in abundance, he was able to manufacture his concrete even cheaper than he had calculated.
The red patch on the stove widened and communicated itself to the stovepipe.
She sat down before the communicator, glanced up once more at the plasmoid station in the screen, got up restlessly and went over to the commissioner's chair.
Thus the mutual resentments and interests of the king and the abbot concurred to subject the earl to the penalties of outlawry, by which the abbot would gain his due upon the lands of locksley, and the rest would be confiscate to the king.