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Correct spellings for COMPETEIEION

  • companion Of course you would like to know about your old companion.
  • compassion Suddenly I felt something like compassion lest the music might never sound from off the death-pale paper."
  • compete The coast-towns have been already visited, and as for smaller ones inland, such as Liskeard, Camelford, Redruth, Cambourne, Callington and Helston, they cannot hope to compete.
  • competence All Arizona knew not only the daredevil spirit that fired his gentleness, but the competence with which he set about any task he assigned himself.
  • competency He would show the audience what Mr. Thompson had said of them, and then they would better judge what was his competency to be a witness against the Americans.
  • competent It is clear that this operation requires special skill and it should be attempted only by those who are competent.
  • competing Although only recently arrived in the city from a country beyond the Bitter Water, Ho was already known in every quarter both to the merchants and stallkeepers, who trembled at his approaching shadow, and to the competing mendicants who now counted their cash with two fingers where they had before needed both hands.
  • competition We do not enter into competition.
  • competitor The narrow-gauge system of railroads in this valley, owned and operated by the Scotch company, with headquarters at Dundee, was six months back the sole hope of the valley farmers as an honest competitor with its huge rival.
  • computation The hymn first appeared in the March issue of the Gospel Magazine, of which Toplady was editor, in the year 1776. It was appended to a curious article in which the author attempted to show by mathematical computation how dreadful is the sum total of sins committed by a man during a lifetime, and how impossible it is for a sinner to redeem himself from this debt of guilt.
  • computing As the last figure was set down and compared with their previous location, one of the men who had been doing the computing gave an exclamation.
  • Competed In the use of coarse and violent language women competed with the men.
  • competes The commercial man competes with other tradesmen all as clever as himself.
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