What is the correct spelling for CIOMPLETE?

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Correct spellings for CIOMPLETE

  • compelled They can pay off the receipts which they themselves have signed for the objects they have compelled the owners to hand over to them.
  • complete "Yes, Mr. Roberts," answered Roger, surprised that this man, who was almost a complete stranger to him, should know his name.
  • dimpled For his dimpled fingers were shut so tightly over the wad that Morton could not at first undo them, and the baby, wrenching his hand away, crept rapidly to Sara, half crying, half laughing, then, with a sudden thought, turned when in front of the fireplace, and with a wild little giggle of mischief and rebellion tossed the thing into the very midst of the blaze.
  • impelled Had it impelled him to-He shuddered and rode on.
  • implied With him was always the suggestion, expressed or implied , of waiting for the signal from heaven, the coming of the Lord, before proceeding to action.
  • implode
  • impolite "The Minturns have invited us to lunch, we have accepted, and it would be very impolite for you not to go now.
  • pimpled He, however, very well knew, by the ruby faces and pimpled noses of the beefeaters, that they were only asleep; and their goblets, wherein still remained some drops of wine, showed plainly that they fell asleep in their cups.
  • sample Of course that question opened up the salesman's sample case, and when he left the office, he had at least broken down that ancient barrier and had secured an order for considerably more than one-third of the year's supplies.
  • simple It seemed very simple and plain now he had come.
  • simpleton Try to make that little simpleton understand that when she had a chance to unite herself with true talent she ought to have felt highly honored!
  • simply "I never saw him after that," said Mrs. Manderson simply .
  • simulate
  • smollett In Richardson, Fielding, and Smollett the general character and possibilities of the novel had been shown, with the exception just noted: and indeed hardly with that exception, because they showed the way clearly to it.
  • template
  • Impaled
  • Simpler
  • Wimpled
  • Compiled There is no reading less conducive to good spirits than the recitals of missionaries, or than such pitiless records as those compiled by Dr. Thomas William Marshall in his two portly volumes on "Christian Missions."
  • Complied
  • sampled
  • simplest
  • completer

298 words made from the letters CIOMPLETE

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