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How to spell IMPOS correctly?

If you have mistakenly typed "impos" instead of the intended word, here are some possible correct suggestions. If you meant "impose", it refers to placing a burden or obligation on someone. "Impose" is the correct spelling. Another option may be "impose", which means to forcibly establish or enforce something. Double-check your spelling to ensure precision!

List of suggestions on how to spell impos correctly

  • AMPS The guitar player turned up the amps, causing the crowd to erupt in excitement.
  • impious The king considered the peasant's request for better living conditions impious and ignored it.
  • impose My boss told me to impose a deadline for the project.
  • Imposer He was seen as an imposer, trying to assume power that did not rightfully belong to him.
  • impost The con artist managed to convince the crowd that he was a celebrity, but the truth was that he was an impost.
  • imps I was unsuccessful in bargaining down the price of the car because the dealer wanted to get rid of the two imps in the
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