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Correct spelling for CONCOINCE

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Possible correct spellings for concoince

  • Canonize(Definition of canonize)
  • Perhaps the devil would gratify the desire of some idolatrous nation, craving new objects of worship, by leading them to canonize this hebrew chief; and thus make of the lawgiver and prophet of israel a false god.

  • Condones
  • A noble man condones and pardons, and when by chance he finds out a sin, he conceals it.

  • Concourse(Definition of concourse)
  • The morning of the 13th of january broke dark and gloomy on the heads of a vast concourse of people, already assembled in a large open space on the borders of the tagus, near the castle of belem.

  • Cocoons
  • Everyone in the glade but alaskon turned to look, and heads emerged from purses like new butterflies from cocoons.

  • Concurrence(Definition of concurrence)
  • The next entry in the diary was made at christiania, where he thus speaks of the unity and concurrence which his friends had testified with his mission.

  • Conjoint(Definition of conjoint)
  • For these reasons the jewish conjoint committee regard with grave apprehension the omission from the treaty of bucharest of guarantees of civil and religious equality for the inhabitants of the territories which have changed hands in virtue of that instrument, and they trust they may rely on his majesty's government to take such steps as will assure to those inhabitants the full enjoyment of the high protection accorded them by the london protocol of 1830 and the treaty of berlin.

  • Conjoined(Definition of conjoined)
  • The elongated s's have been changed to small s's and the conjoined ae have been changed to ae.

  • Convince(Definition of convince)
  • As this account is written not only for my own countrymen but also for readers on the other side of the atlantic, i should be glad, if it be possible, to convince of my own bona-fides those anxious patriots who find it difficult to believe any good report from panama.

  • Conjoins
  • This sensation is given him by the lord, to the end that he may be a man and not a beast; since by willing, thinking, loving, knowing, understanding, and growing wise, as from himself, he receives knowledges, and exalts them into intelligence, and by the use thereof into wisdom; thus the lord conjoins man to himself, and man conjoins himself to the lord.

  • Concubines
  • Whence come these unwedded wives, these novel concubines, these prostitutes, so i will call them, though they cling to a single partner?

  • Connivance(Definition of connivance)
  • He had ample opportunity to familiarise himself with the premises and pass the information on, if acting in connivance with those others.

  • Concordance(Definition of concordance)
  • His chief literary work, however, was posthumous-a concordance of the hebrew and chaldee scriptures.

  • Confines(Definition of confines)
  • I had rightly concluded that the chances were more favourable in trusting to a person i should select, than to the honesty of a mob in the confines of covent-garden.

  • Conscience(Definition of conscience)
  • This is not unexpected, and the answer is a prepared one, preconcerted under pressure between the doctor and his conscience.

  • Conjoin(Definition of conjoin)
  • 274. but in case they are not influenced by internal affections which conjoin minds, the bonds of matrimony are loosed in the house, n.

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