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Correct spelling for CONCIEDE
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Possible correct spellings for conciede
- Concert(Definition of concert)
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Coincide(Definition of coincide)
- Conceited(Definition of conceited)
- Confide(Definition of confide)
- Conceded(Definition of conceded)
- Concierge(Definition of concierge)
- Jounced(Definition of Jounced)
- Concise(Definition of concise)
- Conceit(Definition of conceit)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Conceive(Definition of conceive)
There was a concert arranged in the town-hall for the evening, which, of course, had to have a chairman.
Don john, having conceded so much, was soon obliged to concede the whole.
I read through your preface all in a breath; there are many parts of it which have often been matters of discussion between us, and i believe you know how cordially i coincide with most of the views expressed in it.
Offering you as a sacrifice It's a bathblood, it's a genocide– The Day Of Massacra by Massacra
The tobacco man didn't get angry; he laughed as loudly as anybody, and uncle jonas says that was because he wasn't conceited.
The land was divided into eight departments, whose boundaries in no case coincided with those of the provinces.
The prelate was silent for a long while; but in his irresistible desire to confide in the simple old woman he went on.
He has disappeared, conceded miss gilpet, but only because you haven't sufficient faith to find him.
In an instant both concierge and stranger were on their feet, the concierge ready for whatever would turn up, the stranger trying to locate the sound and his master.
She suddenly conceived that washington would be intolerable without him, and that she should never get the courage to fight mr. ratcliffe alone, or, if she did, she should make some fatal mistake.
This is what she told me in her own plain, concise, and very sensible language, interrupted now and then by my brief questions, and her occasional moments of silence, while i transferred something to my note-book.
His conceit was so enormous, life was made a burden to him by all the boys around the laboratory.
He has done his best for us, poor fellow, and we ought to consider him a little."
While the duration of the phenomenon is relative for the physicist, since it is reduced to a certain number of units of time and the units themselves are indifferent, this duration is an absolute for my consciousness, for it coincides with a certain degree of impatience which is rigorously determined.
It is difficult to conceive, however, that the fact would either have disturbed his brain or weakened his resolution.