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Correct spelling for CONCIDE
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Possible correct spellings for concide
- Coincide(Definition of coincide)
- Confider(Definition of Confider)
- Conceded(Definition of conceded)
- Conceit(Definition of conceit)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Confide(Definition of confide)
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Conceive(Definition of conceive)
- Concise(Definition of concise)
But by 1830 it became apparent that it did not coincide with even these.
Obewole, the strongest of them all, had next conceded his own fear.
She called it her bank, and sam had laughed at the conceit, telling her that that was one bank anyhow that couldn't "bust."
"then we'll consider that settled.
They confide in us, and trust in our friendship and care.
The counsels of lord monmouth, though they coincided with those of the duke of wellington, did not prevail with the waverers.
It should also not be overlooked that the standard of living here spoken of as necessarily to be allowed the working population by no means coincides with the "physical subsistence minimum," from which in fact it always departs by something appreciable.
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Perhaps there might have been found, somewhere in the state, a single white man ready to concede that all men were entitled to equal rights before the law.
But i hope people won't make him repeat them too often, for i can conceive one might be tired, in time."
When any of her children talked more than was useful, she was accustomed to administer this concise caution: "my dear, it is a nice thing to say nothing, when thou hast nothing to say."