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Correct spelling for CONCIED
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Possible correct spellings for concied
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Concert(Definition of concert)
- Conceit(Definition of conceit)
- Jounced(Definition of Jounced)
- Coincide(Definition of coincide)
- Conceited(Definition of conceited)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Confide(Definition of confide)
- Conceded(Definition of conceded)
- Concise(Definition of concise)
Of course, i grant you, to concede a point, you do knock across a simple soul once in a blue moon.
I am off to the concert.
They might put me out of conceit with what i have picked up for my little girl, which are the best i can afford."
It is hoped, that it will coincide with the views of government, in making the present regulations, to suppress the duties on these articles, which, of all others, can bear them least.
I say, hath not this been told you, yea, testified unto you from time to time, that your state is miserable, that yet you are never the better, but do still stand where you did; some in an open ungodly life, and some drowned in a self-conceited holiness of christianity?
We need have no fear; no ideal conceived by man can be too admirable for life to conform with it.
What that question might be, hollister refused even to consider.
In her fear she began to give up hope of his ever coming back at all, and decided to try and discover if there were such a thing as a policeman about, to whom she might confide her troubles.
With regard to the emancipation of those in slavery, he coincided with mr. wilberforce and mr. pitt; and upon this principle, that it might be as dangerous to give freedom at once to a man used to slavery, as, in the case of a man who had never seen day-light, to expose him all at once to the full glare of a meridian sun.
"the boy needs some golf talk-he certainly does," conceded the other.
His conversation was never wearisome, since he only spoke when he had something to say; and having said it, in the most concise and appropriate manner that suggested itself at the time, he was silent; and silence is a great and rare virtue at twenty years of age.