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Correct spellings for COMMPANIES
- commons They are on short commons, but have enough for bodily strength.
- companion Carlin pulled her companion on.
- company We've got company coming."
- compass Smith felt in his pocket again and brought out his travelling compass.
- comprise What girls comprise the freshman team?
- Companies Wants me to put the Cumberland ore property father left me into one of his companies.
- Compasses Escaping, and how it should be done, what to beware of and what to risk, what food to take, what clothes to wear, maps, compasses, and how to get them, how to look after your feet and how to light a fire without smoke, where to cross the frontier and what route to take, and a hundred and one things connected with escaping, were the most frequent subjects of conversation and rarely out of the thoughts of the great majority of the prisoners at Fort 9. Each man was ready to give the benefit of his experiences, his advice, and his immediate help to any one who asked for them.
- complies Oh, Sir, she's in a much better Humour than when you saw her last, complies with our Desires more than I cou'd hope or wish.
- accompanies 113. Townshend, Charles, Viscount: Accompanies King to Hanover, i.
- complains His robust and somewhat heavy frame was planned rather for bodily labor than for the housing of so active a mind, and he often complains that the exercise of his body has robbed him of years of intellectual labor.
- companions We were about to do as he proposed, when, unfortunately, one of the blacks, who was nearer to us than the rest, looked round, and seeing no one besides us, shouted to his companions.
- compares Nothing in this country or Europe that compares with it, and I've sent dozens of my friends here.
- combines I'd have given a good deal for you and Miss Anderson to have seen all those big combines at work on one field.
- complainers They find an advantage too; for it is a general, popular error, to imagine the loudest complainers for the public to be the most anxious for its welfare.