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Correct spelling for CONCUDED
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Possible correct spellings for concuded
- Conclude(Definition of conclude)
- Conceded(Definition of conceded)
- Concussed(Definition of concussed)
- Confuted(Definition of Confuted)
The letter from the prisoner to captain cranstoun, without any date to it, which was opened by littleton, has, then, been read to you, and with that the counsel for the crown conclude their evidence.
"that's fair," he conceded.
The musculo-spiral nerve was concussed, but not divided.
The british envoy found the swedish prince at halle and conjured him to make every exertion not to be the only leader left out of the battle.
Let me see what it is she has confided to you."
"we have the others-we have indeed the others," i concurred.
Dr. isaac barrow says that "his practical writings were never mended, and his controversial seldom confuted," and dean stanley calls him "the chief english protestant schoolman."
In one thing, however, his duty and interest, his generosity and his terrors, coincided - to get rid of the bandbox with the greatest possible despatch.
Because she did not meet her, she concluded that very likely she lived there no longer.