Correct spelling for CONCEARNED

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Possible correct spellings for concearned

  • Conceded(Definition of conceded)
  • But, although it was not generally conceded, this man knew very well that there was no water in the world so suitable to remedy the wear and tear of a city life as that of the green sulphur springs, and therefore nobody could consider the young gentleman foolish for coming back again while the season permitted.

  • Concernedly(Definition of concernedly)
  • "it is all very well to look thus concernedly," said mr horner, a large creditor; "but will this pay the two hundred pounds you owe me?"

  • Convened
  • When i left them i shook hands with them all, for by the time our conversation closed about all their little community had convened, and i took occasion to speak highly of father mathew, the great temperance reformer of ireland; and my little congregation pronounced as strong blessings upon me as they had curses.

  • Contained(Definition of contained)
  • 13,222. was there no more than that realized from the sugar contained in that invoice?

  • Conserved(Definition of conserved)
  • To that end the individual perishes, to that end the race is conserved, to that end the peril and the sacrifice, and the agony of triumph in the overcharged heart at its last bound.

  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • Most of the other boys thought him conceited, and so did cuthbert, and so he was.

  • Concerns
  • One of my biggest concerns was my being forced to leave my poor lambs in the midst of so many wolves.

  • Concern(Definition of concern)
  • "it doesn't cause them much concern anyway," said mr. keane when the door closed.

  • Concerned(Definition of concerned)
  • Certainly not, as far as you are concerned; but very much so far his own sake.

  • Concealed(Definition of concealed)
  • With these words, she hastily concealed in her pocket all the papers which did not relate to her disease; then she called out.

  • Conceived
  • Their distress was not now to be conceived.

  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • The number of irish, living along the lines of the canal and rail road, for many years, far outnumbered all other residents; but this was the only demonstration against the quiet of the community which, by concerted action, has taken place from that time to the present, if the riots on the central rail road work, on the south bank of the river, be excepted.