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Correct spelling for CONACT

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Possible correct spellings for conact

  • Conduct
  • Even of sidney's conduct she could not reason in a natural way.

  • Contact
  • Cognate
  • Had this latter or any cognate phenomenon declared itself in any member of his family?

  • Count
  • Concur
  • Besides a thousand different things concur to lead to this conjecture.

  • Conga
  • Big band (15 to 30 pieces: fela-era afrobeat) and energetic performances lead vocals (may play sax/key solos as well) chorus vocals (may include horn players) rhythm guitar(s) (plays funk strumming pattern) tenor guitar (plays a finger-picked ostinato groove) bass guitar drum set, generally in the form polyrhythmic percussion saxophone(s) trumpet(s) trombone(s) organ/keyboards rhythm conga #1 rhythm conga #2 solo (lead) conga akuba: a set of 3 small stick-hit yoruba congas (play flourishes/solos, and ostinatos).

  • Cornet
  • Concord
  • Day after day since that evening the confessor had been informed that nothing interrupted the concord of the lovers, and that barbara often prayed very fervently in the private chapel.

  • Conics
  • Conical
  • One or two of us there were who knew that, long before we got sight of the black hills, we must pass the sioux landmark of "deer's ears"-twin conical heights that could be seen for miles in every direction, and even they were beyond range of my field-glasses.

  • Connects
  • Concave
  • Corolla, 3 oblong, concave petals.

  • Concert
  • "i have just come in from a benefit concert," she said, "and i am as hungry as a bear.

  • Copycat
  • Convict
  • Conic
  • He procured some spectacles with very large rings; and taking out the glasses, substituted in each circle a conic tube of black spanish copper.

  • Cacti
  • She fell, and cursed aloud as she felt the sting of cacti spines in her palm.

  • Cong
  • Senate ex. doc. no. 1, 47th cong., 2d sess., 1883.

  • Conceit
  • I could only conceive this singular behavior to arise from a consummate self-conceit assuming the vulgar airs of patronage and protection.

  • Conj
  • Can't
  • "we can't miss it.

  • Concoct
  • This was in the summer of 1801 when the patriotic people of cheshire, massachusetts, turned out en masse to concoct a mammoth cheese on the village green for presentation to their beloved president jefferson.

  • Contd
  • Conked
  • Conk
  • Connect
  • Enact
  • Cont
  • Connector
  • Cant
  • They are simply cant!

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