What is the correct spelling for SIOMPLY?

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Correct spellings for SIOMPLY

  • amply Prithee, friend, do not keep your knowledge to yourself; we are a large party; and any benefit which you confer upon us will be amply rewarded.
  • comply Up, and at the office all the morning, and so to it again after dinner, and there busy late, choosing to employ myself rather than go home to trouble with my wife, whom, however, I am forced to comply with, and indeed I do pity her as having cause enough for her grief. If it doesn't work, ask your friend to comply And if they hit the spot You can let yourself cry And when the teardrops stop, I will take you for a drive – The Life Pursuit by Belle & Sebastian
  • damply His cap was off, and thick locks lay damply against his moist brow; in his eyes sparkled enthusiasm but not for women.
  • dimple In London every hour is a hill of adventure, and in the country every hour is a dimple in a quiet expanse of time.
  • imply Your phrase 'Handsome Orion' seems to imply something that I do not again wish to hear.
  • limply With solemnity Roger removed his coat and proceeded to his self-imposed task as Ethel Blue dropped limply on the floor.
  • pimple
  • pimply I recalled his high, intellectual, pimply forehead, and large benevolent nose, in a chronic state of inflammation, and seedy semi-clerical garb, for the thing had been an ordained clergyman of the Church of England, and I grinned, remembering how, when a Royal visitor was expected at the great man's studio, the factotum had been bidden to wash his face, and had washed one half of it, leaving the other half in drab eclipse, like the picture-restorers' trade-advertisement of a canvas partially cleansed.
  • sample
  • sharply
  • simple
  • simply
  • wimple She had spread her variegated wimple over the cradle, so that the bright lamp which stood before the scribe might not trouble the child.
  • Dimply
  • Rumply
  • Simpler

98 words made from the letters SIOMPLY