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Correct spelling for CONCERETE

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Possible correct spellings for concerete

  • Conceit(Definition of conceit)
  • We'll call that boat the lady f., or the mrs. m., which ever you like;"-and then aby laughed, for the conceit pleased him-"but the hearnings of that boat should be divided hequally.

  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • This sounds like the letter of a conceited clerk.

  • Concept(Definition of concept)
  • The concept behind the knowbot is that it is supposed to be a knowledge robot - something that goes hunting for information on the internet.

  • Concert(Definition of concert)
  • "but you will go with me to the concert to-morrow night?

  • Concerto(Definition of concerto)
  • This is not an original composition, but is an arrangement by bach of a vivaldi concerto for four violins.

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • And i concede your extraordinary talents.

  • Consecrate(Definition of consecrate)
  • Von marschall was followed about two years later by baron von hunt, who had been initiated in 1741 into the three degrees of craft masonry in germany and now came to consecrate a lodge in paris.

  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • They argued that a concerted attack on the recess amongst the palms would have overwhelmed the fellow and he would now be in the hands of the authorities instead of as free as air.

  • Concerned(Definition of concerned)
  • We are only concerned-are we not?

  • Concetta
  • What did a little question of english matter, when now they were so near the mysterious treasure; for concetta had noticed what the others had not seen, that a bit of bright-colored fabric was hanging from one of the chests, and she rightly conjectured that this trunk was unlocked.

  • Concrete(Definition of concrete)
  • The man ahead stopped and fumbled at what seemed to be a wall of concrete; he pushed open a narrow door which fitted so closely that it had seemed to be a part of the wall.

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