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Correct spelling for CONDSCENDING
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Possible correct spellings for condscending
- Condescending(Definition of condescending)
- Condescend(Definition of condescend)
- Contending(Definition of contending)
- Condescendingly(Definition of condescendingly)
- Condescension(Definition of condescension)
And so they played on, mr. wurley condescending to bet only half-a-crown a game, at first giving ten points, and then five, at which latter odds tom managed to be two games ahead when the butler announced lunch, at two o'clock.
We must not be late when the professor condescends to sit for meals.
I wonder you condescend to such trifles as fashionably-shaped hats and coats."
She lost her fair spouse and so lost her fair smile: when he lived she was fair, by the whole world's consenting, whose fairness is dead with him: woe worth the while!
Vanquished at last by the stress of events against which she was contending for the first time in her life, she sat down on a portmanteau and burst into tears.
The organ peals forth, the hired singers commence a short hymn, and the congregation condescendingly rise, stare about them and converse in whispers.
The second essential obligation of the brothers of penitence appears to have been that of reducing their wants so far as possible, and while preserving their fortunes to distribute to the poor at proper intervals the free portion of the revenue after contenting themselves with the strictly necessary.
He thanked her with lofty condescension.