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Correct spelling for CONCURNS
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Possible correct spellings for concurns
- Concuss(Definition of concuss)
He confesses with me he expects all will be undone, and all ruined; he complains and sees perfectly what i with grief do, and said it first himself to me that all discipline is lost in the fleete, no order nor no command, and concurs with me that it is necessary we do again and again represent all things more and more plainly to the duke of york, for a guard to ourselves hereafter when things shall come to be worse.
130. now as a man advances from knowledge into intelligence, and from intelligence into wisdom, so also his mind changes its form; for it is opened more and more, and conjoins itself more nearly with heaven, and by heaven with the lord; hence it becomes more enamored of truth, and more desirous of the good of life.
Shake, v. agitate, jar, jolt, convulse, concuss, jounce, dodder, tremble, trill, shiver, totter, joggle, jiggle, wave, vibrate, shudder.
"quoi v'la tous les cancans d'la s'maine!" sang gertrude, a proud damsel, who was looking roguishly askance at the captain-general.
It is clara, at the table of wolmar; where the child, with such simplicity, conjures up the infantine but almost perfect semblance of the dead.
If fresh grapes are to be used, select muscatels or concords.
But i must not be tempted into philosophizing farther upon language at present, precisely because it takes us into the deepest mysteries of speculative thought, and our business with it now is practical, and concerns the nursery and kindergarten processes of culture.