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Correct spellings for RPOMISE

  • premise Field then proceeded to review the contents of the fictitious folio, taking the precaution to premise his remarks and extracts with the statement that "it must not be surmised that all the poems in this Shadwell folio are purely local; quite a number treat of historical subjects."
  • promise She tried to make me promise that I would say she found it only a day or two ago.
  • pumice The contrast between the standard aimed at, and the results attained by the sincerest literary force in two different eras of Roman literature, is brought home to the mind by contrasting the rude fragments of the lost works of Ennius, embodying the results of a long, hearty, active, and useful life, with the small volume which still preserves the flower of a few passionate years, as fresh as when the young poet sent it forth:- Arido modo pumice expolitum.
  • remiss Now these two bailiffs kept their bailiwick in peace many years, until they were said to be remiss in keeping the King's justice.
  • remorse In the terror and remorse of the heart-when we weep for sin-loving.
  • repose Your features have not that dear repose , as Giorgevo used to call it.
  • reprise The space is filled by parallel and crosswise bars placed at equal distances, and on the triangles thus produced point de reprise is worked.
  • rooms "The town itself," he says, "is ill built and dirty beyond the usual condition of English towns, but it is the custom for each family among the labouring population to occupy a separate dwelling, the rooms of which are furnished in a very comfortable manner.
  • rims Always as he spoke, Deenah's face steadily grew more grey, the rims of his eyes more red.
  • primes The engine as well as the boiler requires attention when the boiler primes .
  • ropes Over the porch door inside are the royal arms, and at the west end two bell ropes depend, which are the means of summoning the few worshippers to the Sunday service.
  • POMS One hour after sunrise the train drew up at Colenso, and from only a mile away we heard the heavy thud of the naval guns, the hammering of the Boer "pom-poms," and the Maxims and Colt automatics spanking the air.
  • PRAMS It would have been, if prams had been more common.
  • PROMS
  • ROMPS Mr. Harry Furniss's "Romps" reflects his keen delight in young people, the wilder the better.
  • promos
  • rimes But he never forgot to take up his manners with his umbrella as he left the bank, and his airy, cheerful way of talking, which was more natural to him than his rudeness, coming from the same source that afforded the rimes he delighted in, sparkling pleasantly against the more somber texture of Hester's consciousness.
  • preemies
  • abstainings
  • constraits
  • crumblings
  • intelligentsias

167 words made from the letters RPOMISE

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