Correct spelling for CONDISEND

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Possible correct spellings for condisend

  • Condemned(Definition of condemned)
  • In '65 he founded l'avenir national, which was several times condemned.

  • Condoned
  • Even while we nonconformists be imprisoned in stinking cells the very worst sins are condoned, excused, and in many places even praised, while the clergy openly proclaim that they would rather have open sin than nonconformity.

  • Condescend(Definition of condescend)
  • There philip would condescend to spend a part of his mornings, in his midsummer holidays, frightening his sisters with climbing about in dangerous places, or amusing them with stories of school pranks, or raising his younger brother hugh's envy of the boys who were so happy as to be old enough to go to school at mr tooke's, at crofton.

  • Conduced
  • What conduced to all this zeal in the preparations, was not only the pleasure of showing themselves before so many men, but also the calculation, that only a numerous attendance would bring up the entrance money to balance the expenditure, and give a chance of an overplus, which would be at the disposal of the union.

  • Conditioned(Definition of conditioned)
  • The applicant shall file a satisfactory bond in the amount of $1,000, conditioned on the faithful performance of any undertaking as a real-estate broker, the bond to be renewed with each renewal of the annual license.

  • Continent(Definition of continent)
  • Once again pathetic letters raced across the continent.

  • Contend(Definition of contend)
  • This will show you, said the expert, what a diver has to contend with at the bottom of a river.

  • Condiment(Definition of condiment)
  • Indian capsicum, superlatively hot and burning, is yet by the africans eaten with salt and vinegar by it self, as an usual condiment; but wou'd be of dangerous consequence with us; being so much more of an acrimonious and terribly biting quality, which by art and mixture is notwithstanding render'd not only safe, but very agreeable in our sallet.

  • Condescended
  • Nkumbi-ka-zulu condescended to accept the snuff, then, through the driver, he explained that his father had sent the black ox as a present to "jandosi"-for such was john dawes's name among the natives, being of course a corruption of his own-and he, the speaker, had come to do a little trade on his own account.

  • Condescends
  • But my honorable and learned friend on the floor, who condescends to mark what i say for animadversion, will disdain that ground.

  • Contused(Definition of contused)
  • The skin may be opened by cutting, or stabbing wounds; or it may be punctured, torn, contused, or bruised open.

  • Condensed(Definition of condensed)
  • But in the excitement of the moment, wallace-who, though badly scared, retained his wits made for me with a can of condensed milk.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • Uncle and aunt are very kind, but i cannot consent to burden them any longer than i can help."

  • Godsend(Definition of godsend)
  • Leaving buzoe's grave, which had proved a godsend to us, with a swarm of eagles, crows, hawks, vultures, and at night wild dogs, eating up her carcase, in four days' farther travel we neared the spot from the west, where the alfred and marie ranges lie.

  • Contained(Definition of contained)
  • It was closed on the north, as here it rested against the higher ground which contained the private apartments.