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Correct spelling for CONCENED

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Possible correct spellings for concened

  • Concealed(Definition of concealed)
  • They said they were in the room-at any rate, platt said so-at the time it was concealed, only he made a mistake and took roscoe for me.

  • Condoned
  • Many acts of his were condoned, or even laughed at, which would have been nothing short of outrageous if performed by another.

  • Conceded(Definition of conceded)
  • "you appear to know your business," he conceded.

  • Consented
  • As i had no other church in view, i consented and continued for eight months.

  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • John scoble was one of the most conceited men i ever met.

  • Confined(Definition of confined)
  • They are confined to his nation, as granger's to ours.

  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • Scarce were these words spoken, ere, as previously concerted with brettone, the chief constable of the mercenaries appeared at the door.

  • Canceled
  • The conductor was surprisingly genial, even to strangers, for, having announced that the next station was el paso, he took the end seat of the combination baggage and smoking car, spread out his report sheet, and as he sorted and arranged the canceled tickets, he chatted with pete and brevoort, who sat facing him.

  • Convened
  • The congress adjourned without taking any action, leaving the matter in exactly the same condition in which it stood when the congress convened.

  • Cozened(Definition of Cozened)
  • To avenge him on the hand that sped the shaft he cozened me, and i see his fell purpose when it is too late.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • God will not do anything with us without our ready consent.

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • It is the homage of a poet which he lays at the feet of the woman who has been his from the beginning of time-and you will concede that to him also.

  • Conceived
  • Of mary, he continued, "she was a good woman, and conceived without a husband.

  • Contend(Definition of contend)
  • Nor would any one contend that they are exactly great literature.

  • Concerned(Definition of concerned)
  • But, where my son is concerned, pray never keep the truth from me again.

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