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Correct spelling for CONCERNTS
We think the word concernts 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 concernts
- Contents(Definition of contents)
- Concerned(Definition of concerned)
Her father, she saw, was deep in the contents of his letter, and would not notice her going, while if she stayed in the room she knew she would be called upon to read her own letter or to show it before she was ready.
Many of our concepts have been wrong.
He found himself discovering a new droll aspect in men and things; his phraseology took on a dryly playful form, fittingly to present conceits which danced up, unabashed, quite into the presence of lofty and majestic truths.
A teacher of music wins much greater consideration, if he himself plays concertos and composes pretty things, and if he can calculate and give vent to his genius in double and triple fugues, and in inverse and retrograde canons.
But she, good dame, is not thus suspicious, instead so reliant on her son's truthfulness, that without questioning further, she consents to his going, only with a proviso against his staying, thus appealingly put-
I think that the proceeding concerns him.
Surely, you have no cause to be concerned.
There were no inns in england at this time, and all travelers, whether on business or pleasure, were entertained by the convents.
They roamed the deserted city, and again began to work on the songs which mrs. conry hoped to give in concerts on her return to america.