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Correct spellings for APPOUINTED
- Accounted But such a proposal would probably be accounted "of doctrine," and so be self-condemned.
- Amounted Her crew amounted in all to scarcely three hundred men, many of whom were invalids, and others French and American prisoners, who had volunteered to assist in working the ship.
- Anointed Early the next morning they both rose and went out of the city, and while Saul sent his servant on before, Samuel anointed Saul with oil, and kissed him saying, that the Lord had anointed him to be Captain over his inheritance.
- Appended He pushed the documents toward her, and watched her with a half-smile on his professional face, while she appended her signature to each of them.
- appoint After I have helped to move his things I will join you wherever you may appoint.
- appointed Did you also know that he's been buying men here to stand with him in case someone else is appointed?
- appointee The executive, the appointee of the popular chamber and the nation, can make new peers, and so create a majority in the peers; it can say to the Lords, Use the powers of your House as we like, or you shall not use them at all.
- appointees After this Rome sent over various great Federal appointees to soften and refine the people.
- appointive The next altered the government of Massachusetts Bay by making the councillors appointive instead of elective, by placing the appointment and removal of all judicial officers entirely in the hands of the governor, by placing the selection of jurors in the hands of the sheriffs and prohibiting town-meetings-apart from the annual one to elect officers-without the governor's permission.
- appoints The Queen, acting through her responsible advisers, appoints a Royal Commission, consisting of a small body of men, to which is entrusted the preliminary task of collecting and weighing evidence, or of making recommendations on evidence already collected.
- come on like
- painted When she was a young girl her mother took her to the great artist to have her portrait painted, and when the work was at length finished she and her mother went to see it.
- pointed He pointed across the street.
- Pounded When they are all pounded to a paste, mix with them a quarter of a pound of powdered loaf-sugar, and boil them in a quart of milk or cream.
- punted We each punted a louis at a time, and I and my niece lost twenty Louis, but Marcoline, who had never possessed two sequins in her life before, won two hundred and forty Louis.
- reappointed The Government gave way on the point of providing a separate building for the reformatory girls; and the committee, with the exception of Dr. Stirling and Mr. James Smith-our two strongest members-were reappointed.