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Correct spelling for COINCEDENT
We think the word coincedent 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 coincedent
- Coincident(Definition of coincident)
- Concerned(Definition of concerned)
- Incident(Definition of incident)
- Content(Definition of content)
- Consent(Definition of consent)
- Conceded(Definition of conceded)
- Conceding(Definition of conceding)
- Coincidence(Definition of coincidence)
- Confident(Definition of confident)
Coincident with my recognition of mr. eltham he leaped, plunging into the shrubbery in the wake of the dog.
Except as far as it concerned toinette.
Another incident taken from real life, if somewhat magnified, is the adventure with the gipsies.
There was a sort of clearing in the atmosphere, a sense of wholesomeness and content in having their lives to themselves.
"would he"-the schoolmaster hesitated-"would he consent to say that davey was droving for him.
But the kind of ghost most frequently seen is that which appears not before but immediately after, or coincidental with, a death.
This distinction was won through man's possession of a thinking brain which caused or coincided with an upright carriage whereby his two hands were set free from the lowly service of mere locomotion to make fire and to fashion the tools wherewith he was enabled to control his environment instead of remaining like the animals entirely controlled by it.
First, it is universally conceded that the auriferous deposits remaining untouched are vastly in excess of those already found and worked.
Conceding the suspicion, however, for argument's sake, whilst it might induce hamlet to be reticent or cautious in his speech, it does not explain why shakespeare put into his mouth the denunciatory language he employs, and this is after all the vital question.
The priest now was more astonished at her manner than even at the coincidence of the dreams, and he started back from the bed.
Were they to be toothless wheels, if would evidently be essential that the outlines should be truly elliptical; but the changes of curvature in the ellipse are gradual, and circular arcs may be drawn so nearly coinciding with it, that when teeth are employed, the errors resulting from the substitution are quite inappreciable.
He learned the true spirit of his master's teaching only after the utter and painful failure of his own self-confident promises.