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  • Incense(Definition of incense)
  • A green sheet or cloth is spread over the tomb and a lamp is kept burning by it, while offerings of incense and flowers are made.

  • Convince(Definition of convince)
  • Then, to convince the soldiers that it was the man's life he sought to save, and not the spoil, he returned the golden bugle, and bade him depart in peace.

  • Coincidence(Definition of coincidence)
  • "a most curious coincidence.

  • Consciences
  • To a favoured few of other habits of thought, it had come to be regarded as a virtue; but the day was still far distant when men were to scorn the very word toleration as an insult to the dignity of man; as if for any human being or set of human beings, in caste, class, synod, or church, the right could even in imagination be conceded of controlling the consciences of their fellow-creatures.

  • Concerned(Definition of concerned)
  • The game's up so far as you are concerned.

  • Consents
  • To save sieglinde from her distasteful compulsory marriage, siegmund now consents to fly, providing she will accompany him, vowing to protect her till death with the sword which he easily draws from the oak, and which he declares he knows his father must have placed there, as he recognizes him in the description which sieglinde had given of the stranger:- 'siegmund the volsung, seest thou beside thee!

  • Conceits
  • He tells us that according to the custom of the country the landladies sup with strangers and passengers, and if they have daughters, these also are of the company to entertain the guests at table with pleasant conceits where they drink as much as the men.

  • Conscience(Definition of conscience)
  • He was supposed to take charge of her conscience; but from what i could make out, she jolly well took charge of his.

  • Constance
  • Surely enough, she was just about to dance off with a rather tall, slender lad, whose dark, sensitive face, heavy-browed, black-lashed eyes of intense blue and straight-lipped, sensitive mouth caused her to say impulsively, "oh, who is that nice-looking boy dancing with constance?"

  • Nascence
  • Convenes
  • On the first steep slope of the pyrenees, bounded on one side by couserans and on the other by bigorre, is the ancient comte de comminges, the territory of the convenes, whose capital was lugdunum convenarum, established by pompey from the remains left by the legions of sertorius.

  • Conceals
  • Gros, roquebrune, cape st. martin, menton, ventimiglia, braja and bordighera on the cape san ampeglio, which conceals san remo, but not the entrance into the bay.

  • Innocence(Definition of innocence)
  • If the same thing happens to-day, believe in the innocence of my ignorance.

  • Hard-Time
  • Condense(Definition of condense)
  • Had i been called upon to condense those vague meditations and emotions into a sentence, i would have borrowed what vohrenlorf had said to me when we were with the bartensteins.

  • Concise(Definition of concise)
  • This is probably the most concise death-warrant that was ever framed.

  • Concedes
  • In the note, page 101, he concedes too much.

  • Conceives
  • A blake or a watts conceives a picture and makes of it a story; a giorgione or a piero di cosimo steals the germ of a poem and by curious cultivation grows out of it a picture.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • Mrs. morton's consent was soon obtained as well as mrs. halford's.

  • Condenser(Definition of condenser)
  • 10 shows a condenser of this nature which is supplied by messrs.

  • Concerns
  • Not being called out in admiration and delight, our feelings brood over mean and sensual pleasures; they dwell upon narrow and selfish concerns; they fasten upon the accumulation of wealth or the vanquishing of a rival, as substitutes for the nobler interests that have vanished; and the heart becomes sordid, sensual, mean, petty, spiteful, and ugly.

  • Concerts
  • Among these is the village tailor, a pale-faced fellow, that plays the clarionet in the church choir; and; being a great musical genius, has frequent meetings of the band at his house, where they "make night hideous" by their concerts.

  • Nonsense(Definition of nonsense)
  • We dominate your conference with offense that's no nonsense

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  • Concern(Definition of concern)
  • "that does not concern us," said carrados.

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