Correct spelling for EAM

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Possible correct spellings for eam

  • beam But at least, if medical history seems to have no record of any such cases, we can assume that something new and different caused the scientists to go off the beam."
  • cam And you will miss the charm of Cambridge unless you take a little boat and go drifting on the placid Cam, beneath the bending trees, along the backs of the colleges.
  • dam You see how I could have spoiled The Thing last night-if I had let the passion flood through me like a torrent through a broken dam?
  • ea Ea sounds like e long, as mean; or like ee, as dear, clear, near.
  • ear "I suspect you 'd better let Mademoiselle dance the cotillon with the Count Vauglas," whispered Eccles in my ear.
  • eat They never eat good uns.
  • edam Besides, I have spoken to my father and others who know lots more about it, and every one is sure that such a thing would be a great boon to Edam, and that you are the very person to take it in hand.
  • elm Andrew stood with his almost sightless eyes turned upon his friend, and Duncombe was looking up through the elm trees to the Hall.
  • em Stantin sed he didn't have em for him.
  • exam Shoot him, and make a post-mortem exam?
  • ham Ham is scarcer here than at a Jew wedding feast, and as for eggs, there ain't no sich thing in the world.
  • jam The other day a New Zealander shouted across, "Do you want any jam this morning?"
  • lam 10: "And I will turn your feasts into mourning, and all your songs into lamentation;" Lam.
  • mam Tony, when he came in, enquired of Mam 'Idger what she had done with the picture.
  • ram "No, not Ram Das.
  • ream These two features make it possible to ream center holes of the same size or depth in any number of pieces.
  • sam Tupman, Snodgrass and Sam were also examined.
  • seam Pack at once into a mold, put on the lid, fasten the seam with a strip of muslin dipped in paraffin or melted suet, and pack in coarse salt and ice to freeze for two or three hours.
  • tam Tam Duggan beat Alec Fraser three up and two to play at Prestwick.
  • team Sedger urged his team to a gallop, and the horses scampered through the lodge-gate and up the little hill to the Club House, where he brought them up "all standing."
  • yam Wait and I'll show you my arms, Pietro; wait and I'll show you my ribs-yam!
  • Nam On the Uses of Adversity " Nam nihil est, quod non mortalibus afferat usum."
  • Pam If Miles smells them he's sure to come, said Pam shrewdly, and Betty leant forward and kissed her impetuously on the cheek.
  • Elam She ordered all the Chic Novelties recommended for Flappers, so that Elam began to walk about ten feet behind her, wondering vaguely if his family was still respectable.
  • AM Of course I do; that is why I am here.

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