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Correct spelling for CONCERATE
We think the word concerate 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 concerate
- Conceit(Definition of conceit)
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Considerate(Definition of considerate)
- Concrete(Definition of concrete)
- Concerto(Definition of concerto)
- Consecrate(Definition of consecrate)
- Concerted(Definition of concerted)
- Concert(Definition of concert)
It's a very good thing for a woman's conceit to find out how many of her lovers are just make-believes.
The towns immediately around the falls are as ready to concede, as louisville is to claim a perfect identity of interests.
Concetta and one or two of the other girls had interested her more.
The disgustingly snobbish red shirt is unexpectedly considerate and warns me in ways more than one, but then he won the madonna by crooked means.
Watts-dunton has a true conception of poetry when he calls it the product of inspiration or concrete and artistic expression of the human mind in emotional language.
In paris, when, out of respect to the parisians, he played a concerto by rode, and one by kreutzer, he scarcely rose above mediocrity, and he was well aware of his failure.
I had thought," said he, after a moment's pause, "i had thought that thou hadst meant to consecrate him-this motherless one-to the care of the universal mother church."
I told him, withal, my confidence in betty's good nature, in which he acquiesced; and during the remaining part of the night we concerted a proper method of behaviour, to render us unsuspected in the morning.
For the cafe of the new gate had the additional attraction of what the proprietor called a concert.