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Correct spelling for COENCIDES
We think the word coencides is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for coencides
- Coincide(Definition of coincide)
- Concise(Definition of concise)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Concede(Definition of concede)
But i cannot coincide with him in this opinion.
Bijah confides to the two that a new era is dawning; that the railroads, represented by worthington, sr.
Make your report clear, concise, and interesting.
Thanks to their membranous edge, which gives them the appearance of thin scales, the seeds of the yellow wall-flower reach high cornices of buildings, clefts of inaccessible rocks, crannies in old walls, and sprout in the remnant of mould bequeathed by the mosses that were there before them.
Francie seemed to consider a little.
And the subtle humour of the remark, which was apparently intelligible to "the bootlace man," caused that worthy to break into a snigger of servile laughter-the kind of merriment which the junior bar concedes to a jest from the bench.
These differences serve to explain the different reception that awaited the two, and may teach us how little the real conception of an author is known, and how little it is cared for; we judge, not by the purpose he conceives, but according as the impressions he effects are pleasurable or painful.
These strange conceits are connected with a highly characteristic example of m. comte's frenzy for regulation.
The answer which elohim gives here to jacob's question regarding his name, remarkably coincides with that which in judges xiii.
This would have given them a free hand in dealing with the natives, a power which those who knew them best were the least willing to concede.
It all coincided with my desire as if by magic.
It is strange, if one considers carefully what houses they are that one would thus wish to visit, to reflect how many of them are homes of poets, and after them of novelists.
She knew that the reservation was more free from crime than the counties surrounding it.