Correct spelling for CONCETE

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Possible correct spellings for concete

  • Conceded(Definition of conceded)
  • To induce, however, a more favorable disposition on the part of the duke, the hundredth penny, once for all, was conceded by the estates.

  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • At the beginning of the dinner they had maintained towards one another a pre-concerted air of dignified reserve, but that was now quite broken down.

  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • Well, of all the conceited things!

  • Concedes
  • He concedes that there may be thinking beings, living in our world, whose distribution board has four dimensions, and who do consequently think in hyperspace.

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • In the eighth chapter of the first book, copernicus said: "why, then, this repugnance to concede to our globe its own movement as natural to it as is its spherical form?

  • Concept(Definition of concept)
  • By going over mentally the full bearing of the concept of typhoid, the scientist is instructed as to further phenomena to be found.

  • Hard-Time
  • Concert(Definition of concert)
  • Accordingly they established themselves at rhegium in italy, and from thence carried on the war in concert with their allies.

  • Conceits
  • Modeste's blush, as she listened to him on the occasion we have just mentioned, showed the demoiselles d'herouville the pleasure with which she was listening to sweet conceits that were sweetly said; and they, horribly uneasy at the sight, had immediate recourse to the "ultima ratio" of women in such cases, namely, those calumnies which seldom miss their object.

  • Concetta
  • It was not a unanimous vote, and concetta, keenly noting the hands that were raised against her, as she determined it, registered a vow to get even.

  • Concrete(Definition of concrete)
  • It's stood for nobody knows how many millennia, and nobody's ever decided what it was, to begin with, except that somebody, once, filled a valley with concrete, level from mountain-top to mountain-top.

  • Concerts
  • Inscribed by mr. browning in the album presented to mr. arthur chappell, director of the st. james's hall popular concerts, etc.

  • Conceit(Definition of conceit)
  • Your man does please me with his conceit.

  • Concerto(Definition of concerto)
  • He had long abandoned his violin concerto, and had worked on a setting of the belle dame sans merci for soprano, chorus, and orchestra.