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Correct spelling for CONUMERS
We think the word conumers 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 conumers
- Consume(Definition of consume)
- Consumer(Definition of consumer)
- Comes(Definition of Comes)
That class of dependent pensioners called the rich is so extremely small, that, if all their throats were cut, and a distribution made of all they consume in a year, it would not give a bit of bread and cheese for one night's supper to those who labor, and who in reality feed both the pensioners and themselves.
This is strict business, but the consumer pays all the bills with the profit added.
Peckover drew down the corners of his mouth and shook his head, finding himself fully in accord with the other's policy of non-resistance.
Don't you know it is the one thing that comes first of all with me too?
I've got in with a jolly lot, who took the trouble last night to teach me the great american game at cards-and counters.
Many of our scientists persist in the hope to get rid of death; but, since all that has been accomplished in this direction was accomplished some two thousand years back, and yet we continue to die, general opinion hardly concurs in this hope."