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Correct spelling for COMMN
We think the word commn 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 commn
- Commoner(Definition of commoner)
- Commune(Definition of commune)
- Column(Definition of column)
- Cumin(Definition of cumin)
- Command(Definition of command)
- Comma(Definition of comma)
- Commons(Definition of commons)
- Coming(Definition of coming)
- Corm(Definition of corm)
- Comb(Definition of comb)
- Coin(Definition of coin)
- Common(Definition of common)
- Conn(Definition of conn)
- Commend(Definition of commend)
- Corn(Definition of corn)
- Coma(Definition of coma)
- Comment(Definition of comment)
- Come(Definition of come)
"even the other lawyer, who had nothing to say but lies, took over a column to his speech.
Your father has given me my first command; and you-you have been fine to me.
Here the comma is essential to the meaning.
But is he coming!"
Will you watch and i will give you a comb for your hair?"
You have been bought by newland's coin; everybody knows you were sent out here by the newlands to make this decision.
This plan has much to commend it, though it makes a second move necessary.
Dinshaw had suffered a sort of collapse, or coma, and he was put to bed likewise.
He handed a letter to the assistant commissioner, who read it slowly and without comment passed it to clancey.
"now," he said, "will you come back?"