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Correct spelling for CONDISERD
We think the word condiserd 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 condiserd
- Candied(Definition of candied)
- Conceited(Definition of conceited)
- Condensed(Definition of condensed)
- Contused(Definition of contused)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Canister(Definition of canister)
- Condescend(Definition of condescend)
- Confused(Definition of confused)
Candied fruit cut into pieces and fresh or preserved strawberries, as also cherries, apricots and oranges, can be used in the same way.
I was conceited enough to feel sure of a welcome, and did not wait, as a more modest fellow might, to be invited.
They are stick candy, fruit tablets, sunshine candies, and other varieties which may be sucked.
The general, for so we shall call him, a valencian gentleman of rank, gave him his hand and embraced him, saying, "i shall mark this day with a white stone as one of the happiest i can expect to enjoy in my lifetime, since i have seen senor don quixote of la mancha, pattern and image wherein we see contained and condensed all that is worthy in knight-errantry."
It will be time enough to consider when that time shall come.
In his eyes it was touched with no shade of selfishness; its egotism was to be readily enough condoned; one liked self-assertion in those whom nature had wrought of finer stature, from better clay.
Oddly enough, her advice coincided with maseden's own views.
The battalion was instantly formed into square and held ready to receive the charge; but when the advancing squadrons were within close range, a storm of canister from the eighteen-pounders dispersed them.
One does not condescend to be ignorant of what he knows: still less does a truthful person condescend to say he is ignorant of what he knows.
'the souls of murderers, in guise of fish, scream as they swim therein and wail for cold, their times of woe determined by the wish of them they murder'd on the earth of old: whom each five years they see, whene'er they make their passage to the acherusian lake, and there release may win from pains condoled.
"that must be it," she sighed; "but my head is so confused.