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Correct spelling for CONNECUIT

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Possible correct spellings for connecuit

  • Concert
  • "why, kathleen, any one would suppose you were going to a concert," said mrs. tennant.

  • Connecting
  • There was a crash of glass and rex, connecting the sound with the warning he had received, immediately took to his heels.

  • Connect
  • Connect it between his computer and his modem.

  • Conduit
  • A junction-box, he said, is merely a small switchboard where the conduit ends and the house connections begin.

  • Conceit
  • Some live long in the country of conceit, and many end their days in it.

  • Connective
  • The muscle itself is made up of a number of these fasciculi bound together by a denser layer of connective tissue.

  • Conduct
  • I want you to judge of my conduct, as well as to know the issue.

  • Concur
  • So that upon the whole my lord do concur to wish with all his heart that he could with any honour get from off the imployment.

  • Reconnect
  • Main article: absolute radio 80s a radio station on dab, freesat, sky, virgin media and the internet which plays classic hits, and is aimed at "reluctant adults" who want to reconnect with the tunes of their youth.

  • Conned
  • Her tasks were mine, and mine alike were hers; we often stole away among the pines- that stately cluster on the sloping hill- and conned our lessons from the selfsame book, and learned to love each other o'er our tasks, while in the pine-tops piped the oriole, and from his branch the chattering squirrel chid our guileless love and artless innocence.

  • Connected
  • Mrs. brady came, in answer to the professor's bell which connected his study with his house, and was delighted to see molly, remembering with great pleasure the christmas breakfast the young girl had cooked for professor green the year before.

  • Vonnegut
  • Kurt vonnegut called it, "a handbook for tough, truth-telling outsiders who are proud, as was algren, to damn well stay that way.

  • Connects
  • When they were about half across the y, james came to mr. george, and said,- "this ferry boat connects with a steamer on the canal, which goes to the helder, and also with various trekschuyts.

  • Connector
  • The atlantic city–brigantine connector was initially planned in 1995 to provide a direct connection between the atlantic city expressway and the brigantine area.

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