What is the correct spelling for IMMUSE?

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Correct spellings for IMMUSE

  • amuse Did he amuse you?
  • imbue While endless ruin stands before their view, And does with slavish fear their minds imbue .
  • immense But, though we have attended her through so immense a space, we have only seen her in infancy.
  • immerse In these they delight to immerse themselves, till only their heads appear above the surface; or, enveloped in mud to protect themselves from the assaults of insects, they luxuriate in the long sedges by the water margins.
  • immune A few minutes later: "Am I nowhere immune from interruption?"
  • immure He pays the rent, no doubt; but this magnificent achievement could be managed from a sty in the rear, ungrateful as it might seem to immure so useful a personage behind a door or conceal his virtues from the public at large.
  • impose It will also impose upon us the performance of duty under the form which it has adopted for each individual.
  • meuse Augereau's corps is stationed near Lyons; Ney, Marmont, and Mortier, are with their corps here between the Meuse and the Seine; Sebastiani and Macdonald are with the remnants of their corps on the frontier of the Netherlands.
  • mouse Her heart beat against her side as she had once seen that of a frightened mouse do.
  • muse "I fear, then, you have as little studied the critical press of the Augustan age as you have imbued your muse with the classical spirit of its verse.
  • Emus Gibson and Jimmy went to hunt for emus, but we had none for supper.
  • imbues We must also notice what pains Lyly gives himself to make his innovation a success, and so please his patronesses, and how he ornaments his thoughts and engarlands his speeches, how cunningly he imbues himself with the knowledge of the ancients and of foreigners, and what trouble he gives himself to improve upon the most learned and the most florid of them.
  • IMUS The taking of Imus gave General Polavieja an opportunity of offering an amnesty to the rebels, which he did not neglect.

30 words made from the letters IMMUSE