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Correct spelling for CONDIENT
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Possible correct spellings for condient
- Condign(Definition of condign)
- Convent(Definition of convent)
- Condiment(Definition of condiment)
- Content(Definition of content)
- Coincident(Definition of coincident)
- Condone(Definition of condone)
- Consent(Definition of consent)
- Conduit(Definition of conduit)
- Continent(Definition of continent)
- Confident(Definition of confident)
- Confidant(Definition of confidant)
- Contend(Definition of contend)
The idea of referring her case to the pope was not at all what cauchon wished to enter her mind; and when he found that john de la fontaine and two monks had visited the prisoner and advised her to submit herself to rome, he was furious, and threatened them with condign punishment.
"i want to enter a convent,"-she said, in a dull tone.
I 'faith, i believe i know how to flavour my conversation with attick salt, but i swear i never dressed myself for the role of condiment.
And you are content.
8 from this it appears that the several gospels bear almost exactly an inverse relation to one another, st. mark and st. john occupying the extreme positions, the proportion of original passages in one balancing the coincident passages in the other.
Other things, more serious things, she liked to think she was woman of the world enough to condone.
He had shattered the alliance which had been formed for the purpose of curbing him, and the result of the election had virtually condoned his breach of the constitution.
He couldn't have married you without your consent.
He was engaged in building a flume, or wooden conduit to bring down water to the mine, and was intently watching two little trails of faint blue smoke with a thin red sparkle in the midst of them which crept up a dark rock's side.
Then two or three years ago we hear of it for the first time on the continent of europe, and last year for the first time in any threatening form in our own islands.
Some of his friends were less confident.
"i had not deserved it-that i felt; but i suffered all the same, and suffered all the more that i could take no confidant into my troubles.
It is true there were fierce and savage beasts to contend with.