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Correct spelling for CONGCERD

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Possible correct spellings for congcerd

  • Conceit(Definition of conceit)
  • The day after the violation of belgium to dare to offer his word was admirable enough, but to add that his word was that of a hohenzollern, what a happy conceit!

  • Conduced
  • But she was careful not to let her solicitude appear, and though she was assiduous for his comfort and conduced to it by keeping miss peacock and the servants at a distance, she said almost as little to him as he to her.

  • Concerto(Definition of concerto)
  • In time, however, his old tutor invited him to take his violoncello and join him in a concerto.

  • Concords
  • Athenian: and with this view the teacher and the learner ought to use the sounds of the lyre, because its notes are pure, the player who teaches and his pupil rendering note for note in unison; but complexity, and variation of notes, when the strings give one sound and the poet or composer of the melody gives another-also when they make concords and harmonies in which lesser and greater intervals, slow and quick, or high and low notes, are combined-or, again, when they make complex variations of rhythms, which they adapt to the notes of the lyre-all that sort of thing is not suited to those who have to acquire speedy and useful knowledge of music in three years; for opposite principles are confusing, and create a difficulty in learning, and our young men should learn quickly, and their mere necessary acquirements are not few or trifling, as will be shown in due course.

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • After going over the matter carefully i came to the conclusion that the better and safer plan would be to make five safe and sure republican districts and concede one to the democrats.

  • Concord(Definition of concord)
  • 13, 1. the german book of concord omitted these passages, while the latin concordia of 1580 and 1584 embodied them.

  • Logicalizes
  • Congest(Definition of congest)
  • Conked
  • Concurs
  • Before the power of the fixed air in subduing putrefaction was known, the efficacy of fruits, greens, and fermented liquors, was commonly ascribed to the acid in their composition and we have still reason to believe that the acid concurs in operating that effect.

  • Concorde
  • The place de la concorde was deserted.

  • Congers
  • We departed from juan fernandez on the evening of the 6th october, having nothing to subsist upon except the smoked congers, one of which was allowed to each man for twenty-four hours; together with one cask of beef, four live hogs, which had fed all the time we were ashore on the putrid carcases of seals, and three or four bushels of cassada meal.

  • Concert(Definition of concert)
  • I never was so little pleased with a concert of musick in my life.

  • Conjured
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