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Correct spelling for FORCOME
We think the word forcome 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 forcome
- Forgave(Definition of Forgave)
- Comb(Definition of comb)
- Frame(Definition of frame)
- Overcame(Definition of Overcame)
- Overcome(Definition of overcome)
- Coma(Definition of coma)
- Fork(Definition of fork)
- Become(Definition of become)
- Fame(Definition of Fame)
- Come(Definition of come)
- Foursome(Definition of foursome)
- Forgot(Definition of Forgot)
- Sarcoma(Definition of sarcoma)
- Former(Definition of former)
- Form(Definition of form)
- Forgo(Definition of forgo)
- Forger(Definition of forger)
- Forum(Definition of forum)
- Fume(Definition of fume)
- From(Definition of From)
- Came(Definition of Came)
- Comer(Definition of comer)
- Forge(Definition of forge)
- Farmer(Definition of farmer)
- Fearsome(Definition of fearsome)
- Forgive(Definition of forgive)
Soliman, great man as he undoubtedly was, had not the adamantine hardness of character which enabled his admiral to risk all on the hazards of the moment; or possibly the grand turk was deficient in that clearness of strategical instinct which never in any circumstances forgoes a present advantage for something which may turn out well in a problematical future.
I asked forgiveness and my father said that they all forgave me.
She threw the comb down on the ground.
The company were all in a very happy frame of mind.
I dare say i shall be able to overcome them.
The presence of the crouching figure had created a sudden semi-silence in the den, which could only mean that some of the supposed opium-smokers had merely feigned coma and the approach of coma.
We then went on to meet the main army at the fork road, where i was first to have met major gibson.
What can have become of all the people?
Thy winning, childish pranks make further claim to set thee in the ranks of infant fame.
Mercy for praise--to be forgiven for fame-- He ask'd, and hoped through Christ. Do thou the same.– Epitaph by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
"i thought you would let us come," she said.
Partners in a foursome see very deep down into the human nature of each other.
The former he adored-the latter he revered.
Out of it a form slowly rose.
Romer's mother, who was going to a dinner-party in the same street, could not forgo the pleasure of calling unexpectedly on them at half-past seven, vaguely hoping that it might be inconvenient to them, and that she would catch them in something they didn't want her to know-a true mother's instinct.
Think of an ettersberg turning barrister, and taking up the defence of any thief or forger who comes in his way!
I never had a summons in my life and no one ever said to me, in the forum, pay me what you owe me.
Comm., div. fish and game, state of missouri.
Already the fume and agony of vain regret were striving to conquer the ecstasy which had flooded her whole being.
Wonderful and divine it is to hear the wild chorus of nightingales that sing beside como in the hot languorous nights of an italian july-wonderful to hear them maddening themselves with love and music, and almost splitting their slender throats with the bursting bubbles of burning song,-but there is something, perhaps, more dreamily enchanting still,-to hear them warbling less passionately but more plaintively, beneath the drooping leafage of those grand old trees, some of which may have stretched their branches in shadowy benediction over the sacred head of the grandest poet in the world.
And he felt himself less dismayed, more master of himself, and firmer.
After i left he came downstairs and passed my window and did not look in.
Behind, the long procession came Of hoary men and chiefs of fame,– Burial of the Minnisink by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
"i should count this honor less had it fallen as a ripe fruit falls, the prize of the first comer.
Before he reached rottenpach he met one of the duchess's pages who had remained at the village forge and was now riding after his mistress.
"the farmer must have a new cat!
"donald menzies is in yonder," said hillocks, pointing to the smithy, whose fire sent fitful gleams across the dark road, "and he's carryin' on maist fearsome.
Will you forgive me if i say it?"