Correct spelling for CONCRERE

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Possible correct spellings for concrere

  • Confrere(Definition of confrere)
  • "i want you to get off on this floor with me," said dr. mcallyn to his medical confrere.

  • Concurred
  • The cause of the bourbons became that of the powers at war with france; and as many causes concurred to unite the emigrants abroad with those who had returned but half satisfied, there was reason to fear something from their revolt, in combination with the powers arrayed against bonaparte.

  • Conjurers
  • They put on a great deal of mystery, and appear to "know all about it," but they are really much more shallow conjurers than herr frickell when, turning up the sleeves of his coat and his snow-white wristbands and calling his audience's attention to the theory that there is "no preparation, gentlemen!

  • Congreve(Definition of Congreve)
  • The rules of the racing signed by:- c.h. page, ch. ch. r. t. congreve, b.n.c. a. c. budge, ex.

  • Concrete(Definition of concrete)
  • "the incarnate word, therefore, is the concrete example of a human being completely filled with the spirit, who lives a perfect life according to its decree.

  • Congress(Definition of congress)
  • It was obvious that the appropriate language in which to address a full meeting of the congress would be french, and so he shut himself up in his hotel and composed "la notion de conscience."

  • Confreres
  • You will accept, i am sure, the ten tickets which i enclose, when you know that your confreres, the messieurs axenstein, have taken double that number."

  • Contrary(Definition of contrary)
  • On the contrary, he learned slowly, and had to read a thing over several times before he understood it.

  • Conjure(Definition of conjure)
  • And amile said that he had promised that he would hold him till the hour of his death: "but i conjure thee by the faith which is betwixt thee and me, and by our fellowship, and by the baptism which we took between me and thee at rome, that thou tell me if it be man or angel who hath said this to thee."

  • Concreted
  • At molong, 36 miles east of wellington valley, i found some concreted matter within a small cavity of limestone rock on the surface and, when broken, this proved to be also breccia containing fragments of bone.

  • Conquered
  • He now hurried to madame colleville, crying out as he entered her room:- "i've conquered!

  • Conjurer(Definition of conjurer)
  • Her native superiority caused her to despise the art, but the necessity for employing it at intervals subjected her to fits of admiration of the conjurer, it being then evident that a serviceable piece of work, beyond her capacity to do, was lightly performed by another.

  • Corncrake(Definition of corncrake)
  • "i do not know what a corncrake is like," replied the maiden with commendable dignity.