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Correct spelling for CONQUOER

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Possible correct spellings for conquoer

  • Confer
  • It was not until old jane, the servant, had been dismissed that mr. arthur drew his chair a trifle nearer that of his friend, and leaning his arms upon the table, looked across at madeline, and said: "my dear, i believe you are aware of the honor this gentleman desires to confer upon you?

  • Reconquer
  • The king of spain effected a junction with the army of berwick, and both set to work to reconquer the places the portuguese had taken from them.

  • Congo
  • We therefore retraced our footsteps to the camp, without having seen either the balongo or congo.

  • Conquers
  • Such a specimen as this exposition of the eternal dualism between the hellenic and the christian ideals, of which heine was the original and incomparable expounder, should not be left unnoted: "for evermore with grander resurrection than was feigned of attila's fierce huns, the soul of greece conquers the bulk of persia.

  • Canker
  • With a woman's quick intuition she guessed perhaps the canker that was eating at my heart, and with a mother's blessed charity she sought to soothe and mitigate my pain.

  • Conker
  • Perseveranse will conker enny thing but muskeeters; the only way tew conker them iz tew bak out.

  • Condor
  • The condor "houses herself with the sky" that she may have a high point of observation for the exercise of that marvelous power of vision.

  • Conner
  • Thunderer came in third, and a couple of minutes afterwards, diana;-and pat conner, when he was laughed at as to his place, truly boasted that at any rate he was the only one that had been able to ride round the course without a fall.

  • Concur
  • May it not also be provided that in an historical work, a purely historical character shall be given to what as matter of fact cannot be denied, and which can only be objected to when it is adopted by the writers as a matter of principle in which they themselves concur?

  • Conqueror
  • This manor was claimed by that favourite of the conqueror, fitz-ausculf, and granted by him to a second-hand favourite, who took its name.

  • Conger
  • Well, they couldn't catch a single conger, and they were going to give it up, when josh's mate had a bite; and when he began to pull up, he thought it was a conger, but only a very small one; and then, when they got it to the top of the water they stared, for it was-how much do you think?

  • Conquer
  • Winstead was far too small a place for him; he was to go up and conquer london, and do great and wonderful things.

  • Conjure
  • Friends, i shall conjure back the golden age, when romans gladly gave their lives to guard the honor of the nation, and all their riches for the public weal!

  • Contour
  • The cobra at the point of stillness was like dark dulled jewels against it-dulled so that the raying of the jewels would not obscure the contour.

  • Conjurer
  • "well, either his mother or his father-i should rather think his father, saw a ghost," said i. "well, you really are a conjurer, dr. hesselius."

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