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Correct spellings for CAMIE

  • acme But if we Americans must be awkward and clownish to the last degree, half civilized, and but one remove from barbarism, don't let us put the acme of all this upon canvas, and hang it in the palace of kings.
  • cam Cam. Bring only your discreet Benito with you, and I will meet you attended by my faithful Beatrix. But one day you destroyed my Spy Cam And I think you messed up Johnstown's Dam – Nightmare Of The Clowns by Shut Up And Dance
  • camber -If some part of the surface is distorted, then its camber is spoiled, and the lift will not be the same on both sides of the aeroplane, and that, of course, will cause it to fly one wing down.
  • camel But I will now proceed with my tale, which shall go forward with the majestic pace of the camel , proud in his pilgrimage over the desert, towards the shrine of our holy prophet."
  • cameo Mrs. and Mr. McHenry went with me and, after being admitted, we were shown up a marble staircase into what was called the Cameo Room, a small, austere apartment filled with cameo s of the Bourbons.
  • camp That would be Lawanne's camp .
  • camper Sir Emerson Tennent, in his popular and well-known, but in some respects incorrect, account of the elephant, has adopted the theory that the cardiac end of the stomach is the receptacle for the water; and he figures a section of it showing a number of transverse circular folds; and he accepts the conclusion arrived at by Camper and Sir Everard Home that this portion can be shut off as a water chamber by the action of the fold nearest to the oesophagus; but these folds are too shallow to serve as water-cells, and it has not been demonstrated that the broadest fold near the oesophagus can be contracted to such an extent as to form a complete diaphragm bisecting the stomach.
  • carmine The general color of the males is a light carmine , or rose, and if only plentiful they would make a beautiful feature in our snowy landscape.
  • chime Give me no high-flown fangled things, No haughty pomp in marching chime , Where muses play on golden strings And splendour passes for sublime, Where cities stretch as far as fame And fancy's straining eye can go, And piled until the sky for shame Is stooping far away below.
  • clime O, see, there are enduring souls that never change; who rest secure on higher plains in every clime and age.
  • cm The whole fructification is of large size; in the case of Cycadeoidea dacotensis, one of the species investigated by Wieland, the total length, in the bud condition, is about 12 cm .
  • come All right, then I'll come !
  • comer All this the new-comer related.
  • commie
  • crime
  • game
  • jam
  • ramie Spun silk is now made in England from "Ramie" the decorticated fibre of Nettles after washing away the glutinous juice from under their bark.
  • Came Who came with you from England?
  • Jaime
  • Jamie
  • Cai "Mr. T'Cai-Cai has arrived," the voice said.
  • Mamie And in order to preserve for posterity this triumphant spectacle, she took Mamie , after the exercises, to be photographed, with her diploma in one hand, a bouquet in the other, and the gloves, fan, parasol, and patent-leather shoes in full sight around a fancy table.
  • Amie Roger Delgado as Bureau MemberMaurice Browning as Bureau MemberClive Cazes as Bureau MemberGerik Schjelderup as Bureau MemberMilton Reid as Elevator Victim LeonardiFrank Thornton as Elevator VictimMaggie Wright as Exquisite Girl Cameo cast John Abineri as
  • Camille "Camille," in Ward I, whose back had been broken when the dug-out collapsed on him during a bombardment, hung on to my hand while the tears filled his eyes.
  • Jami Jami al-Sakhrah, at Arafat, ii.
  • Jame
  • CAMS Cell adhesion molecules (CAMs) are a subset of cell adhesion proteins located on the cell surface involved in binding with other cells or with the extracellular matrix (ECM) in the process called cell adhesion.
  • gamer
  • gamier
  • gamine
  • half-truths

13 words made from the letters CAMIE