Variants of impostume
Origin of impostume
Middle English emposteme, ultimately from Greek apostēma, from aphistanai to remove, from apo- + histanai to cause to stand — more at stand
First Known Use: 14th century
Rhymes with impostume
anteroom, baby boom, banquet room, birthing room, boiler room, city room, coffee room, common room, counting room, cutting room, elbow room, family room, Jacquard loom, keeping room, ladies' room, living room, locker-room, lumber room, nom de plume, powder room, ready room, rumpus room, sitting room, smoking room, sonic boom, standing room, straw mushroom, tiring-room, waiting room, wiggle room, women's room, witches'-broom
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