What is the correct spelling for CAMPAINION?
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Correct spellings for CAMPAINION
- campaign Nevertheless, the results of the campaign had not been encouraging.
- campaigning But the same game goes on in a small way to-day in Africa, for when I was campaigning on the West Coast I came across it not a fortnight old, only there they had buried the poor beggars living."
- campanile But Dr. Petrie and other antiquarians have all but demonstrated that the round towers never had any connection with superstition or idolatry at all; that they were of Christian origin, always built near some Christian church, and of the same materials, and had for their object to call the faithful to prayer, like the campanile of Italy, to be a place of refuge for the clergy in time of war, and to give to distant villages intimation of any hostile invasion.
- camping We returned to our old camping ground in the Baruga village on the banks of the Barigi River, and the friendly Baruga people brought us a big supply of pigs, sago and other native food.
- companion For several minutes he remained silent, and then turned to his companion.
- compassion He believes that all that is beautiful in life is founded on compassion and kindness and sympathy-that nothing of great value can exist without them.
- complaining Once fairly on the sea, Madam Conway became exceedingly impatient and disagreeable, complaining both of fare and speed, and at length came on deck one morning with the firm belief that something dreadful had happened to Maggie!
- companions From that moment their companions were never to see them more.
- campaigned The following summer, Rodham and Clinton campaigned in Texas for unsuccessful 1972 Democratic presidential candidate George McGovern.
- campaigns It was whispered that the aristocratic sniff had taken to fierce, no-quarter campaigns in the bitterness of a broken heart.