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Correct spelling for CONCET
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Possible correct spellings for concet
- Concept(Definition of concept)
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Concerto(Definition of concerto)
- Conceit(Definition of conceit)
- Congest(Definition of congest)
- Concert(Definition of concert)
- Consent(Definition of consent)
- Contest(Definition of contest)
- Cornet(Definition of cornet)
- Connect(Definition of connect)
That was undoubtedly the ancient concept of a sleuth.
To-day the greatest of the churches demands freedom of conscience in the modern states which she does not control, but refuses to admit that, where she had the power, it would be incumbent on her to concede it.
To employ a comparison, mr. burmeister cut the concerto like a beautiful but badly tuned bell into pieces and melted and moulded it again into a new form.
So great is their national conceit that not a single article imported into the country, as i have elsewhere observed, retains its name.
That night a young lady calls, selling tickets for a concert, and his wife would have bought them, but he says: "go slow, minnie, you can't buy everything.
The other room did not please her, it was too plain; whereas concetta, within whose breast there must have lingered some remnant of italian artistic instinct, thought it altogether beautiful.
Of the first, your birth, your place, and your custome; of the second, your studies, your conceits, and your exercise: of the thirde, my endevours, my proceedings, and my project gives assurance.
I never knew any spot where these creatures were more abundant than in that winter lake of ours, and at night in the flooded time we used to lie awake listening to their concerts.