Correct spelling for CONDESSENDING

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Possible correct spellings for condessending

  • Condescends
  • The object of our relations is not to create a means of escape from the petty worries of life, pin-pricks whereof i have my share like other men, a very large share, indeed; i propose to submit to the spider a host of questions whereto, at times, she condescends to reply.

  • Consenting
  • This motion was unanimously carried, even circuit cheerfully consenting, from memories of the outrage attempted upon him earlier in the day.

  • Condescend(Definition of condescend)
  • I wonder a man of his family should condescend to turn author.

  • Contending(Definition of contending)
  • It is thus that we may account for and reconcile the two contending theories, one of which refers the cause of this typhus to foreign importation, whilst the other insists that it originated in the filthy and half-ventilated cowsheds of the metropolis.

  • Condescension(Definition of condescension)
  • The note of condescension stung boone painfully and his eyes narrowed.

  • Contesting(Definition of Contesting)
  • Contesting every inch of the way, fighting with the fury that was the outcome of despair, for they must have known that they were lost, hemmed in on every side, they at length entered the gates of the same city as that into which rudolf the brave had once brought a victorious army and more than two thousand prisoners.

  • Condescending(Definition of condescending)
  • You are right, miss beaufort, returned lord berrington; but the eloquent miss dundas is so condescending to her friends, she lets no opportunity slip of displaying her sceptre, both over the republic of words and the empire of her mother's family.

  • Contenting
  • After separating from his judicious bostonian he rather evaded mrs. bonnycastle, contenting himself with the conversation of old friends, pitched for the most part in a lower and easier key.

  • Condescendingly(Definition of condescendingly)
  • Excepting with his employer, of whom he stood in craven fear, his manner was condescendingly patronizing to all with whom he came in contact, as if he were anxious to impress on these american plebeians the signal honour which a fitzroy, son of a british peer, did them in deigning to remain in their "blarsted" country.

  • Condescended
  • "i thought you trusted me as i trusted you," was the only answer mr. somerled condescended to make.