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Correct spelling for ETEMES
We think the word etemes 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 etemes
- Betimes(Definition of betimes)
- Artemis(Definition of artemis)
- Times(Definition of times)
Up betimes and to the office, where all the morning.
The nail on your finger will exist as separate atoms when the milky way shall have faded from the heavens.
In these days our church has many enemies.
She reminded me, in the grace of her movements, of the artemis of the louvre and the psyche of naples, while her thoughtful expression recalled the celebrated 'reading girl' of donatello.
Our princely houses he esteems as dead wood.
Some items may require added salt.
When moore visited o'curry, and found him surrounded with such works as the books of ballymote and lecain, the speckled book, the annals of the four masters, and other treasures of gaedhilic lore, he turned to dr. petrie, and exclaimed: these large tomes could not have been written by fools or for any foolish purpose.
He said "them" to himself at such times, but he knew what he meant.
She had so often admired these beautiful trees, and compared them to dancing-girls, as she watched the wind seizing their heavy tops and swaying the slender stems backwards and forwards.