Correct spelling for CONCOTIONS

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Possible correct spellings for concotions

  • Connections
  • The first was that it struck our young woman as absurd to say that a girl's looking so to a man could possibly be without connections; and the second was that by the time kate had got into the room milly was in mental possession of the main connection it must have for herself.

  • Concussions
  • No land was to be seen, with the exception of the adjacent coast, which stretched to the right and left in an unbroken outline of forest with wide bays and low headlands or points; still, much of the shore was rocky, and into its caverns the sluggish waters occasionally rolled, producing a hollow sound, which resembled the concussions of a distant gun. no sail whitened the surface, no whale or other fish gambolled on its bosom, no sign of use or service rewarded the longest and most minute gaze at its boundless expanse.

  • Unctions
  • Connotations
  • Because of this, advocates of womens legal right to uncover their breasts wherever men may go bare-chested have adopted the alternative term "topfree", which is not perceived to have these connotations.

  • Confections
  • There are street venders, that watch the custom and come in immediately after any one enters; they bring fruit and confections and trifles.

  • Junctions
  • Even as a small boy on a long railway journey he would carefully record in his notebook the name of every station through which the train passed, and then, on reaching his destination, would work out the distances by maps and books, and finally draw an outline showing the route with the principal stations and junctions marked.

  • Conjoins
  • 226. on account of things greatest and least being forms of both kinds of degrees, there is connection between them from first to last; for likeness conjoins them.

  • Conditions
  • "i was afraid you might think i was trying to dodge your conditions.

  • Convocations
  • For other examples of the ante-reformational use of ecclesia anglicana, i can give him so large a reference as to wilkins' book, passim; to the writs for parliament and mandates for convocation contained in the appendix to wake's state of the church and clergy; and to the extracts from the annals of waverley, and other old chronicles, quoted in hody's history of english councils and convocations.

  • Convictions
  • It must lay strong hold upon your convictions before it can grip your audience.

  • Concoctions
  • No american carried small bright flashing daggers such as he carried in his inner pockets, nor did americans talk glibly as he talked of weird poisons, not every day drugs, but marvelous, death dealing concoctions done up in lustrous jewel-like capsules or diluted in sparkling, insidious gorgeous hued fluids.

  • Conclusions
  • Your conclusions are unwonted.

    They don't like their constitutions Everyday they draw conclusions

    – Eagle Fly Free by helloween
  • Contortions
  • In spite of himself, lefty was compelled to laugh outright at the marine marvel's coaching contortions.