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Correct spelling for CONICIOUS

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Possible correct spellings for conicious

  • Judicious(Definition of judicious)
  • Confucius
  • Tenacious(Definition of tenacious)
  • Conceives
  • Furthermore, he is rendered obstinate by a sulkiness occasionally incident to his temper, and brought on at present by the inadequate sensation which he conceives to have been produced in the bosom of mrs. wakefield.

  • Contours
  • Harvesttimes
  • Councilors
  • Concise(Definition of concise)
  • The water supply maps with accompanying engineer field notes are models of concise description of water supply conditions, with specific directions for procedure under different conditions.

  • Pernicious(Definition of pernicious)
  • Concourse(Definition of concourse)
  • We were attended by a large concourse of people.

  • Consciously(Definition of consciously)
  • Harebrains
  • Councils
  • Cornices
  • Coincides
  • And yet the whole chapter of the oath coincides with that of the lie, since an oath, everybody knows, is only a strongly assured statement.

  • Condos
  • Coincide(Definition of coincide)
  • If enlightened self-interest is the principle of all morality, it follows that the private interests of men ought to coincide with human interests.

  • Hardwearing
  • Hard-Heartednesses
  • Concurs
  • Present evidence concurs in concluding that the modes of life and grades of thought of the men who have left evidences of their existence at the earliest periods hitherto discovered and determined, were such as are now observable in "savages," or the human races which are commonly so called.

  • Concuss(Definition of concuss)
  • Conics(Definition of Conics)
  • Conchs
  • Not much less than a century wrong in assigning the legal eminence of henry the eighth's judge to the eldest son of james the first's baronet, medwin wrote under a general impression that the shelleys to whom he was related, had somehow or other descended from the michelgrove house, an impression which the poet seems also to have cherished, and imparted to his college-friend and biographer, thomas jefferson hogg, who writes in serio-comic vein of sir guyon de shelley and sir richard shelley (the knight of malta), as though the grand prior of the sixteenth century and the paladin with the three conchs were veritable forefathers of the castle goring shelleys.

  • Conscious(Definition of conscious)
  • Cancerous(Definition of cancerous)
  • Of the cancerous places in the social structure she had known, of course; at times she had even gone so far as to judge herself a wide-awake, keen-seeing woman, but now ...

  • Connors
  • Noxious(Definition of noxious)
  • Capacious(Definition of capacious)
  • There is also an extensive dry-dock, hewn out of the solid rock, capacious enough to receive large vessels.

  • Conceits
  • A commentator on the above prescription observed that few coxcombs, dandies, and heads filled with bitter conceits, would like to be anointed with this cure of self-sufficiency.

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