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Correct spelling for CONDSDIER
We think the word condsdier 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 condsdier
- Conducive(Definition of conducive)
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Conduce(Definition of conduce)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Candied(Definition of candied)
- Conduit(Definition of conduit)
- Canister(Definition of canister)
- Conceded(Definition of conceded)
- Condensed(Definition of condensed)
- Conductor(Definition of conductor)
- Consist(Definition of consist)
Further, as increasing complexity of structure, accompanying increasing complexity of life, implies increasing number of faculties, of which each one conduces to preservation of self or descendants; and as the various individuals of a species, severally requiring something like the normal amounts of all these, may individually profit, here by an unusual amount of one, and there by an unusual amount of another; it follows that as the number of faculties becomes greater, it becomes more difficult for any one to be further developed by natural selection.
It'll be rather conducive, won't it?"
Subsequently, booker was part of the tournament to name a new number one contender and made it to the final four.
The villain swam safely to the shore, while pangloss and candide were borne thither upon a plank.
If the sticks are too short you will toast your fingers or your face instead of the candies.
It would have been easy to concede this point.
The mountain heights which, according to the statement of the natives, are to be found in the interior of the chukch peninsula besides conduce to the heat and dryness of the southerly and south-easterly winds.
But the watchbird didn't consider that.
He would have condoled with his poor little leo, and petted and pampered her-and grinned whenever he was alone.
On the contrary, it has all along been an organized hypocrisy which condoned all it professed to censure on condition that it was done in unhealthy secrecy, behind the closed doors of a lying "respectability."
She used to come and see me and bring me good things-and books of prayers-i remember especially a box of candied fruits which she told me came from kiew.
Then back to conduit street to supper.
Sergeant gray replied: "don't waste double canister on one man."
He could claim the right to risk his own neck when he felt like it, and it might be conceded to him.
The castle above was sold about sixty years ago to a small tradesman of the town, who straightway pulled it down and disposed of the stones for building purposes, and out of the lead of the gutters, conduits, and windows made sufficient to pay the purchase-money.
"sancho," said don quixote, "thou hast delivered a thousand sentences condensed in the compass of a few words; i thank thee for the advice thou hast given me, and take it most gladly.
This british arrangement of a government by prudent and humane gentlemen with a view to the conservation of that state of things that best conduced to the material well-being of their own class, has on the whole had the loyal support of the underlying populace, with an occasional floundering protest.
I don't know how the doctor settled it with the conductor.
No other passages need examination; for all consist with these positions.
His majesty received me informally at his palace in a small, stuffy room-his office, no doubt-and an untidy one it was too. he wore a loose blouse and very baggy trousers; a comfortable suit, certainly, but not at all conducing to an ideal kingliness of appearance.