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  • Coincident(Definition of coincident)
  • The association of the affection with rheumatism is insisted on by the french and english particularly, and certainly in a considerable number of cases there is a history of preceding or coincident rheumatism, that is, an acute rheumatic arthritis.

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • If you have his eyes, i'll have to concede that the rest of the body belongs to him, too."

  • Conceded(Definition of conceded)
  • "i guess we've got to go through with it," conceded mrs. effie.

  • Conceived
  • Student of character as he was, he could not have conceived such a development in such a character.

  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • I will consider your case later."

  • Coincide(Definition of coincide)
  • And it follows, therefore, that they are thus made responsible for documents of which they have not been the original authors; of which, were it not for the courtesy of the sovereign, they might by possibility be wholly ignorant; and with parts of which, even with the knowledge which that courtesy has afforded them, they may not fully coincide, since they could hardly venture to subject a composition of their royal mistress to a vigorous criticism.

  • Confided
  • "do you know, for the moment i had quite forgotten," he confided, as he sank into an easy-chair by their side.

  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • There was a concerted gasp at that; about half the plenary session were absolutely sure that he was.

  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • Tink was very contemptuous of the rest of the house, as indeed was perhaps inevitable; and her chamber, though beautiful, looked rather conceited, having the appearance of a nose permanently turned up.

  • Coincides
  • Instead of deciding concerning their own modes and customs by any rule of reason, nothing appears rational, becoming, or beautiful to them, but what coincides with the peculiarities of their education.

  • Coincided
  • On my remarking that the want of an index, to this latter work, was a great drawback to the use which might be derived from it, m.b. readily coincided with me-and hoped that a projected new edition would remedy this defect.

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