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Correct spelling for CONCELE
We think the word concele 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 concele
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Conceive(Definition of conceive)
- Cancel(Definition of cancel)
- Conceal(Definition of conceal)
- Council(Definition of council)
- Concealed(Definition of concealed)
- Counsel(Definition of counsel)
- Console(Definition of console)
- Consul(Definition of consul)
Your intentions were amiable, i concede, but your carelessness was criminal-nothing short of it.
It was impossible to conceive whom it belonged to, or what connection it had with the houses round about.
"you can tell her," said north, very honestly, "that i shall be only too glad to help her in any way, without ever hoping to cancel my debt of obligation to her."
Mr. smith has had so much grace as to conceal his kind adviser's name under e. m., that is to say, he has divided the wrong among all who may be suspected of having attempted so hopeless a task as that of putting a little sense into his head.
"he is one of the council of blood," the woman said, dropping her voice and looking round anxiously; "and one of the most cruel of them.
"has your license and driving privilege ever been suspended, revoked, or canceled?
Spendius beckoned to him and led him to a hollow of the mountain, where zarxas and autaritus were lying concealed.
Then gouvernail went to the king and said: sir, i counsel you to desire my lord, sir tristram, as in your need to help you.
She dared not abuse her brother to his face: him she would have to console.
The consul-general listened; he listened with wonder and interest, and more, with conviction that the young man had been perfectly honest.