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Correct spelling for CONCREAT
We think the word concreat is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for concreat
- Congruent(Definition of congruent)
- Congress(Definition of congress)
- Concoct(Definition of concoct)
- Concordat(Definition of concordat)
- Congest(Definition of congest)
- Conquest(Definition of conquest)
- Conjure(Definition of conjure)
- Congruity(Definition of congruity)
- Concrete(Definition of concrete)
- Consecrate(Definition of consecrate)
- Congreve(Definition of Congreve)
- Congregate(Definition of congregate)
- Concurrent(Definition of concurrent)
- Cornbread(Definition of cornbread)
- Connect(Definition of connect)
- Concord(Definition of concord)
Every saturday afternoon we concoct the repertoire for the week following, and he goes at once to secure tickets for the various entertainments i intend to visit for his sake.
On the conclusion of the concordat bonaparte said to me, "i shall let the republican generals exclaim as much as they like against the mass.
Her nervousness increased as they sped down the champs elysees and across the place de la concorde.
The cpre has been criticised for exaggerating the threat to rural england and has warned that the countryside was in danger of being 'concreted over.
Ballastless tracks therefore offer a high consistency in track geometry, the adjusting of which is not possible after the concreting of the superstructure.
In such people reason very often shows itself indirectly and concretely, by its fruits, through their deeds, through their purpose, in a word, through their will.
Taking thought to keep a personal engagement is obviously of the concrete kind.
In the course of a physical process so vast and so active as that here supposed to be going on in the sun, we may expect that concurrent causes will occasionally produce ascending currents much hotter than usual, or more voluminous, or both.
"that's a good idea," concurred sam.
In four years two colonies of indians were established, one at nonantum and the other at concord.