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Correct spelling for CONNSISTS
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Possible correct spellings for connsists
- Consist(Definition of consist)
His conversation consisted of a few words, but full of pride and courage, and also to the point.
They found it to consist of about two hundred cottages, similar to those they had engaged for the season, each in a little enclosure.
The practitioner may be unwilling to risk it, if the patient consents.
The lie was given to them to no small extent by the pope, when, in the consistory of july 28, he announced cesare's departure to join the french army in naples with five hundred horse and two thousand foot assembled for the purpose.
They'll shrug their shoulders at the mere idea, for they know well enough that science has never before inflamed so many hearts or achieved greater conquests!
And yet, while a great general and a victorious army were nearly starving in portugal, the british government had landed 12,000 troops in italy and had despatched one of the finest expeditions that ever sailed from england, consisting of 40,000 troops and as many seamen and marines of the fleet, to walcheren, where no small proportion of them died of fever, and the rest returned home broken in health and unfit for active service, without having performed a single action worthy of merit.
If your mother consults me, she continued, addressing dick, who visibly brightened at this, i shall recommend her to empty the front drawing-room as much as possible.
These casuists were precisely nine in number; they all had the same thought.
When he was eleven years old, after one of his concerts, beethoven kissed him.
After a few steps taken in silence-" when i think," he said, quickly, "that there is one person in the world who considers me a coward-for i hear always that word in my ear-and who treated me like a coward, and who believed it when it was said, and believes it still!
How was it, he asked himself now, that alice, who had once seemed so bright and keen-witted, who had in truth started out immeasurably his superior in swiftness of apprehension and readiness in humorous quips and conceits, should have grown so dull?