Correct spelling for POSSESSS
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Possible correct spellings for possesss
- possess He seems to possess the extraordinary gift of being able to slay and leave no trace.
- possessed At length, she said, in a kind of hurried whisper, 'go on;' and although then I would have given all I possessed in the world to have continued, I could not speak a word.
- possessor Sheep and cows' milk were side by side, for this farmer was a wealthy man, and the happy possessor of a few cattle.
- Posies Lilly, in his "Euphues," addresses the ladies for a favourable judgment on his work, hoping it will be recorded "as you do the posies in your rings, which are always next to the finger not to be seene of him that holdeth you by the hand, and yet knowne by you that weare them on your hands."
- possesses Contents beyond these that it possesses, the Absolute Experience knows to be, in genuine truth, impossible.
- passes The old order and the new order fight yet for the victory; and what passes now will be worth talking about fifty years hence."
- poses "I take no stock in that man; he poses his face, he attitudinizes his features.
- posers I positively put posers to him; but his memory was perfect in spite of the shock which would have killed a-a more sensitive nature.
- possessors Certainly the possessors of these eyes were not more interested in her than she was in the interpretation of their glances.
24 words made from the letters possesss
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