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Correct spelling for CONCIDED
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Possible correct spellings for concided
- Coincide(Definition of coincide)
- Concerted(Definition of concerted)
- Conceited(Definition of conceited)
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Conceded(Definition of conceded)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
"to tell you the truth," he confided, "i am a little tired of my job.
Under the forcing system at dr. blimber's a young gentleman usually took leave of his spirits in three weeks; he had all the cares of the world on his head in three months, and he conceived bitter sentiments against his parents or guardians in four.
They despair of a suppression of the farm, and therefore wish to obtain palliatives, which would coincide with the particular good of this country.
The envoys of the possessory princes, the counts solms, colonel pallandt, and dr. steyntgen, took their departure, after it had been arranged that final measures should be concerted at the general congress of the german protestants to be held early in the ensuing year at hall, in suabia.
"no." "am i conceited?"
Although the cot bed was fixed to the floor, and although it was possible that the shelf in the next cell coincided with its position, the risk of discovery was too great to cut a passage between the two cells there.
We cannot call his materials the noblest or purest, but we must concede to him the highest merit of construction.
Though not the only representative of the hungry class, the black boy generally fishes on an empty stomach, and his demeanour coincides.
"as you will," he conceded.
He began to consider that seriously.