Correct spelling for CONCIDERER

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Possible correct spellings for conciderer

  • Concert(Definition of concert)
  • That night in the antient concert rooms.

  • Concerts
  • Locatelli settled in amsterdam, where he died in 1764. there he established regular public concerts, and he left a number of compositions, some of which are used at the present day.

  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • The men made a concerted movement in the direction of the ward's place of refuge.

  • Coincide(Definition of coincide)
  • I shall not forget its celebration at marsfield; it happened to coincide with the birth of barty's first grandchild, at that very house.

  • Considers
  • This is indeed a universal notion, yet no one is ignorant that the thing is imaginable and presentable to sense, because thought considers it not by imagination or sense, but by means of rational conception.

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • The majority must concede that there is a reasonable doubt whether the statute may not be consistent with the constitution, since some of their associates either must have such a doubt, or go further and hold that there is no inconsistency between the two documents.

  • Hard-Time
  • Considerate(Definition of considerate)
  • Grace was tender, considerate, her own former self, and with something sweeter to him than self-sacrifice in her eyes; and he gave himself up to an unspeakable content.

  • Concedes
  • He concedes that it took some time to develop in the whites the attitude of race integrity and that the intercourse between men and women of the inferior race was never eliminated.

  • Coincides
  • It is indeed striking how closely the code of knightly honor of one country coincides with that of others; in other words, how the much abused oriental ideas of morals find their counterparts in the noblest maxims of european literature.

  • Coincided
  • Following the revolution he served as a judge and president of the high court of errours and appeals until it was abolished in 1808. justice chew was brought up a quaker and his attitude coincided with that of many others who manifested sympathy for the american cause, yet hesitated at complete independence.

  • Conceded(Definition of conceded)
  • "it hasn't been just exactly a snap for you either," she sympathetically conceded.

  • Considered(Definition of considered)
  • But punch found his waterloo, as it was considered at the time, at the hands of alfred bunn.

  • Considering(Definition of Considering)
  • It was strange, considering 'lena's uncommon beauty, that mrs. graham did not watch her husband's manner, but for once in her life she felt no fears, and looking from the window, she failed to note the sudden pallor which overspread his face when mr. livingstone presented to him "miss rivers-my niece."

  • Concerto(Definition of concerto)
  • Pugno with his pudgy hands played the concerto of mozart in his masterful manner.

  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • But, my dear, will you be pleased to consider what answer half a dozen people whence you came, could give to your question?