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Correct spelling for COMMMING
We think the word commming 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 commming
- Combine(Definition of combine)
- Combing(Definition of combing)
- Commune(Definition of commune)
- Cramming(Definition of Cramming)
- Gumming(Definition of gumming)
- Camping(Definition of camping)
- Coming(Definition of coming)
- Common(Definition of common)
But the strange part of it to the human listener, was the calming effect it seemed to have upon the black horror, then but a few yards off-for the brute quieted down more and more as the voices outside were raised higher.
And i am sure that they always combine against me, when i wear anything of that colour."
The lion sat up well into the night combing out her mane; the letter box had the first bad headache in her life, but both tumbled into bed at last, proud and happy in the remembrance of an historic success.
But suppose the village here, the commune, were to make up the remainder, simply to get things going again?
My journey was not for nothing, for i have found a tank and there we will make our next camping place.
Coming back my way?"
"that is a common way of trying to give comfort, and it is kindly meant," said mrs proctor.