Correct spelling for SIMIRALY
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Possible correct spellings for simiraly
- immoral It was, to her, immoral, indecent.
- immorally It was only in taking advantage of the revolution in Turkey, without obtaining the formal consent of the Powers, that she acted immorally.
- merely I am merely sure he did not do it.
- moral He felt quite sure that, in due time, religious and moral reforms would be introduced into the country by the king.
- morale For instance, the French word "morale" with accent on the last syllable is now becoming a common English word.
- morally Nor is this judgment confined to the morally unscrupulous.
- mural The man with the goatee, who looks so Spanishy, is Mr. Horace Leighton, the New York artist who is doing the mural paintings for the new City Hall here.
- samara With the exception of Kasan, Samara, and Astrakhan, the most important cities are, as I said, on the right or Russian bank of the River; and three of them, Syzran, Saratof, and Tsaritzin, are connected by various railways with Moscow and all the other important centres of life in the Empire.
212 words made from the letters simiraly
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