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Possible correct spellings for conencide

  • Coincide(Definition of coincide)
  • We are friends; our orbits coincide.

  • Commenced
  • Shortly afterwards the cows were driven out to the milking place, and the milkmaid commenced to milk the cow which had swallowed thumbkin.

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • I do not think the most amiable stranger would be inclined to concede as much to an officer of federal volunteers, encountering that warrior in his native bar or oyster saloon.

  • Cadenced
  • He showed the precise carriage and moved with the cadenced step that made some say in mockery that he was like a dancing-master and earned him from others the name of the "french orpheus."

  • Nonacid
  • Canonize(Definition of canonize)
  • The greek church, represented by the patriarch of constantinople, and the russian church, represented by the holy synod, also canonize their saints after a preliminary examination of their titles to public cultus.

  • Conduced
  • Want of exercise perhaps mainly conduced to bring on this disease.

  • Condensed(Definition of condensed)
  • Its articles are brief and condensed, and are thus suited to the circumstances of an active and busy people who have little time to read extended and elaborate treatises.

  • Genocide
  • The british virgin islands criminal code creates certain specific criminal offences relating to human rights, such as genocide, but does not contain any general statement of human rights.

  • Jounced(Definition of Jounced)
  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • We must consider here their organisation and duties.

  • Canonized
  • "i am captain porter, at your service, and my friend here is lieutenant anderson; no relation, however, to the yankee hero of fort sumter, who, so i am told, is about to be canonized by the northern people," said the elder of the two; and then he waited a moment for his subordinate to laugh at his wit.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • I hope you'll read my address-unless indeed gladstone will consent!!

  • Convinced(Definition of convinced)
  • I am more and more convinced of the error of marrying a bad man in order to make him good.

  • Concerned(Definition of concerned)
  • "no doubt of it, so far as ugliness is concerned," her husband rejoined, with a laugh.

  • Condensate(Definition of condensate)
  • Libya condensate 776 km; gas 2,860 km; oil 6,987 km (2008)

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