What is the correct spelling for COUMPANIES?
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Correct spellings for COUMPANIES
- companion "If you will accept me as a companion, I shall be happy to ride with you," said the general.
- company A grave can't poor you,' she told me, 'an' everybody that's company to you does.
- compass I brought the schooner north-north-east by my compass and watched her behaviour anxiously.
- comprise Let pile No. 1 include those articles you have used every day-or nearly that often; let pile No. 2 comprise those you have used but once; and pile No. 3 those you have not used at all.
- Compasses If one of them would have his horse or his dog carved on his tomb instead of an angel, or a pair of compasses instead of a cross, there is no one to thwart his fancy.
- accompanies Only when the Australian, who was good and simple and kind and hearty, showed him the picture and asked him proudly to guess what he had given for it, then Mr. Hammer looked at him with a look in his eyes full of that not mortal sadness which accompanies irremediable despair.
- complainers These local complainers asserted that if every surrendered burgher had been compelled to bring in not a rusty sporting rifle, but a good mauser, a good supply of cartridges and a good horse, the Boers would much sooner have reached the end of their resources.