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Correct spelling for CONANET

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Possible correct spellings for conanet

  • Container(Definition of container)
  • Cant(Definition of cant)
  • I cant understand a lady going up in an aeroplane for family reasons.

  • Gannet(Definition of gannet)
  • Count(Definition of count)
  • Cornet(Definition of cornet)
  • Conan
  • See biographical sketch of conan doyle.

  • Coned
  • When the drill revolves and the work is to be held in the hands a rest or table whereon to rest the work and hold it fair is shown in fig. 1067, the taper shank fitting in the dead centre hole and the tailstock spindle being fed up by hand to feed the drill to its cut. the face a a of the chuck is at a right angle to the shank, and a coned recess is provided at the centre, as denoted by the dotted lines, to permit the drill point to pass through the work without cutting the chuck.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • Even with your father's consent we could not marry now.

  • Covenant(Definition of covenant)
  • Content(Definition of content)
  • Connote(Definition of connote)
  • This is not easy, because we are obliged to use words of ordinary language, and it is impossible to divest them of whatever they may connote to ordinary hearers.

  • Conned
  • "i've conned it this way and that," glenn said, with his oratorical manner claiming him.

  • Caned(Definition of Caned)
  • Harry was of a strong military turn, drilled the little negroes on the estate, and caned them like a corporal, having many good boxing matches with them, and never bearing malice if he was worsted; -whereas george was sparing of blows, and gentle with all about him.

  • Cogent(Definition of cogent)
  • He had, naturally, no very cogent reasons to give mrs. boykin in support of his astonishing request, and could only, marvelling at his own growth in duplicity, suffer her to infer that he was really, shamelessly "smitten" with the lady he thus proposed to thrust upon her hospitality.

  • Convent(Definition of convent)
  • Connect(Definition of connect)
  • Though nothing positive justified the idea, he began to connect this anticipation of change with the holiday that was approaching, the week to be spent in essex at the end of july.

  • Condone(Definition of condone)
  • The two dusky scions of an emotional race, that had been wont to sweeten its toil and condone its wrongs with music, sat wrapt and silent, swaying with jack's voice until they could burst in upon the chorus.

  • Contend(Definition of contend)
  • Coronet(Definition of coronet)
  • Janet
  • Canned(Definition of canned)
  • Far back in the fourteenth century the biscayans made whale-venison their staple, and norway to-day has more than one establishment which turns out canned whale.

  • Can't(Definition of Can't)
  • I can't go to him."

  • Cont
  • Canaanite(Definition of canaanite)
  • Some of the old sickles have recently been found by investigators, buried deep in the mounds where ruined canaanite cities lie hidden.

  • Cannot(Definition of Cannot)
  • "that you cannot do.

  • Cognate(Definition of cognate)
  • In itself it is the same-the rather as all languages, like all men, are cognate, intermarried and intermixed-whether a word was invented by a savage or a foreigner; whether it grew up like moss amid the german forests, or like street-grass, in the pavement of the roman forum.

  • Contained(Definition of contained)
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