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  • Coincident(Definition of coincident)
  • "it was at a time coincident, or very nearly coincident, with the perpetration of the crime you are now investigating," i concluded.

  • Confided
  • The english squadron in the east of the mediterranean had, to nelson's chagrin, been confided to the command of this ardent young officer, who now had the good fortune to capture off the promontory of mount carmel seven french vessels containing bonaparte's siege-train.

  • Concedes
  • Where there is lack of force, there will always be found the tendency to resort to evasion to accomplish an end; and denmark, in 1799, endeavored to secure for her merchant ships immunity from search by belligerent cruisers-which international law has always conceded, and still concedes, to be within the rights of a belligerent-by sending them on their voyages in large convoys, protected by ships of war. it was claimed that the statement of the senior naval officer, that there were not in the convoy any articles subject to capture, was sufficient; and that the belligerent would in that case have no right to search.

  • Considered(Definition of considered)
  • Have you considered, mr. pomeroy?

  • Coincide(Definition of coincide)
  • Brooke in the meanwhile swung savagely along the trail, beneath the shadowy pines, for he recognized, with a painful distinctness, that barbara heathcote's view of his conduct was by no means likely to coincide with devine's, and he could picture her disgust and anger when the revelation came, while it was only now, when he would in all probability never meet her on the same terms again, he realized the intensity of his longing for the girl.

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • From the american republic we must borrow the only safeguards against the fickleness of the universal suffrage which, though it was madness to concede in any ancient community, once conceded cannot be safely abolished,-viz.

  • Coincides
  • He further notes that the commencement of the persecution of the israelites in egypt coincides nearly with the downfall of the "disk-worshippers" and the return of the egyptians to their old creed, as if the captive race had been involved in the discredit and the odium which attached to amenhotep and his immediate successors on account of their religious reformation.

  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • Hitherto the emigration to the west had been sporadic; now it took on the dimensions of a general and almost a concerted exodus.

  • Conceded(Definition of conceded)
  • Two centuries ago, the claim of great marvels to be objective facts was generally conceded.

  • Coincided
  • Edison's arrival in new york coincided with an active speculation in gold which may, indeed, be said to have provided him with occupation; and was soon followed by the attempt of mr. jay gould and his associates to corner the gold market, precipitating the panic of black friday, september 24, 1869. securing its import duties in the precious metal and thus assisting to create an artificial stringency in the gold market, the government had made it a practice to relieve the situation by selling a million of gold each month.

  • Conceived
  • A more unromantic chamber could not be conceived.

  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • I should scorn myself if i did not overtop every conceited fancy that lover has ever sighed or sung for his lady.

  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • Well, i don't consider it nice for gwynneth to be always with that child.

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