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Correct spelling for WOMMAN
We think the word womman 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 womman
- Omani(Definition of omani)
- Amman(Definition of amman)
- Wotan(Definition of wotan)
- Common(Definition of common)
- Womanly(Definition of womanly)
- Women(Definition of women)
- Moan(Definition of moan)
- Woman(Definition of woman)
- Wan(Definition of wan)
- Workman(Definition of workman)
- Worm(Definition of worm)
- Roman(Definition of roman)
- Worming(Definition of Worming)
- Man(Definition of man)
- Womb(Definition of womb)
- Woodman(Definition of woodman)
- Norman(Definition of norman)
- Mean(Definition of mean)
- Won(Definition of won)
- Worn(Definition of worn)
- Wean(Definition of wean)
- Bowman(Definition of bowman)
Al-seeb club (arabic: نادي السيب; also known locally as sayyid al-nawadi, or "master of the clubs", or just plainly as al-seeb) is an omani sports club based in al-seeb, oman.
24n. 59e. occupied by albuquerque, 1507; besieged by imam of oman, 1648; portuguese expelled by oman, 1650.
64 of the iucn general assembly in amman in october 2000 referred to wild meat rather than bushmeat.
Brunhilde, my child, sighed wotan, you do not know the power of that ring when it is in the hands of alberich.
His common phrase was, "look for business, and you'll meet it on the road."
With a feeling of womanly curiosity betty looked around the room.
You don't understand women yet.
This thought kept him standing before his window with his eyes sometimes on his mother's windows where a faint light trembled, sometimes on the ocean which continued to moan.
A woman in it?
"jim read it out to me wan night after supper, an' i got so homesick of a suddin' for the caukinses, an' you, an' the quarries, an' mrs. googe-it was before me b'y come-that i fell to cryin' an' nearly cried me eyes out; an' jim promised me then and there he'd come back to flamsted for good and all.
"well then, i can tell you something about a workman called little.
With the water at tashkend, as with that from the zerafshan at bokhara, a dangerous worm called reshta is absorbed into the system.
There is not, for example, the least sign of either greek or roman at amalfi.
The good clerk also made shoes, shaved and clipped hair, and practised chirurgery also in the worming of dogs.
Q. when you were coming-who was the first man to get hold of you-that great big man?
It was of the highest importance that the couple should not be allowed to pass beyond sight, and the cowman began a cautious search for them.
The course of things can be with-held no longer from breaking forth to their appointed end: my vengeance, ripened in the womb of time, presses for birth, and longs to be disclosed.
By and by they came to a smaller river that flowed from out a deep forest, and the tin woodman proposed they sail up this stream, as it would be cool and shady beneath the trees of the forest.
Norman winchester was, however, by no means less splendid than had been the old capital of the saxon kings.
When he saw me passing he said, 'what does this mean?
I've won if i've lost."
You know my black and yellow dinner dress-no, you don't either, for i've never worn it here.
"any one who can properly estimate such a state of things, will heartily agree with the spice inspector, who writes in the scheerau intelligencer, (1) that now the country might get pepper and ginger at a lower price, simply because the government would be able to order it in larger, consequently in cheaper, quantities; (2) that the regent would now be in a condition to wean the scheerauers, first of all the germans, from these luxuries which empty our purse over india, by merely raising the price considerably, and (3) that a new department of public service would get a livelihood.
Lance stirling, now sir lancelot, and president of the upper house, arthur malcolm, a thorough sportsman with a keen love for practical jokes, and the two brothers edmund and charlie bowman, were playing for adelaide.