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Correct spelling for CONCURE
We think the word concure 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 concure
- Conquer(Definition of conquer)
- Concourse(Definition of concourse)
- Conjurer(Definition of conjurer)
- Concur(Definition of concur)
- Conjure(Definition of conjure)
He concurs that we are in a way of ruin by thus being forced to keep only small squadrons out, but do tell me that it was not choice, but only force, that we could not keep out the whole fleete.
But i'll conquer it.
Then all the court looked at the wizard, who asked to be led at once to the great concourse where the people were assembled.
"while you," i concurred, "caught your death in the night air!"
The council resolved that all the medicine-men in the country should be put to death, and among the first to perish should be whitman, the conjurer.
But i would try to escape; and i stumbled as best i could into the rue de rivoli, across the place de la concorde and on to the quai.
If a hypnotic aid will help the subject achieve hypnosis, we can concur it is justified.
He conjures him by every sentiment of honor and patriotism to come to his assistance, and this before it was too late.
I don't have to conjure up some kind of a hope.
He continued to muse on the sight of pembroke somerset, which had conjured up ten thousand fond and distressing recollections; and with impatient anxiety, determining to watch till the performance was over, he thought of inquiring his friend's address of the servants; but on looking round for that purpose, he perceived the chariot had driven away.