Correct spelling for GARMEN
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Possible correct spellings for garmen
- amen The Vilderbeeste grinned sardonically and put in a pious " Amen," and then at last they were allowed to proceed with their dinner, which, on the whole, was not a pleasant meal.
- carmine The color scheme runs along the high ridges from blue to rosy purple, carmine and coral red; along the water borders it is chiefly white and yellow where the mimulus makes a vivid note, running into red when the two schemes meet and mix about the borders of the meadows, at the upper limit of the columbine.
- galen But Galen Albret abruptly interposed, speaking directly, with authority, as was his habit.
- game I'll show that uncle of yours that two can play at his game.
- Carmen "Never go there," said Carmen; "there is a Dead Man there,-will bite you!"
- airmen In 1917 the German airmen were given all the fighting they required and a bit over.
- barmen Barmen or Barmøya, an island in Selje municipality in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway Barmen (Aust-Agder), an island in Risør municipality in Aust-Agder county, Norway Gross Barmen, a settlement in Namibia
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