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Correct spelling for CONSATLY

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Possible correct spellings for consatly

  • Consul(Definition of consul)
  • The consul protested he did not.

  • Castle(Definition of castle)
  • Near it we caught sight of inverugie castle.

  • Canasta
  • Canasta can be played with fewer than four players with some variations in the rules.

  • Ghastly(Definition of ghastly)
  • His face was ghastly in the yellow lamplight.

  • Consuelo
  • Maria consuelo turned sharply upon him.

  • Console(Definition of console)
  • We had scarcely begun, not indeed to console ourselves, but rather to bear with resignation the loss we had experienced, when a new dispensation of fate came to strike me to the earth.

  • Cornstalk
  • Uncle wiggily showed him how to make a crutch out of a cornstalk, just as nurse jane fuzzy-wuzzy, the muskrat, had done, and the lame rabbit made himself one and was much obliged.

  • Honestly(Definition of honestly)
  • It was always honestly, one could be sure of that.

  • Costly(Definition of costly)
  • He could retrench his expenses by giving up the costly and useless settlement of tangier; and he might hope for pecuniary aid from france.

  • Jointly(Definition of jointly)
  • Christians are like the several flowers in a garden, that have upon each of them the dew of heaven; which, being shaken with the wind, they let fall their dew at each others' roots, whereby they are jointly nourished, and become nourishers of one another.

  • Coastal(Definition of coastal)
  • The sea was thus kept shallow, and at times, especially toward the close of the era, much of the area was upbuilt or raised to low, marshy, coastal plains.

  • Consulate(Definition of consulate)
  • "i have been thinking," she said, before i could speak, "that if i promise to fulfill the bargain, and live here in the flat with you, going through the ceremony at the consulate is quite unnecessary.

  • Ghostly(Definition of ghostly)
  • Turning round, he beheld with disagreeable surprise the ghostly stranger.

  • Constable(Definition of constable)
  • It isn't as it was under the old chief constable; this one's not to be bought nor blinded.

  • Nastily(Definition of nastily)
  • Consult(Definition of consult)
  • Consult your friends meantime, if you choose."

  • Consoled
  • God must first be all in all to us before we can enter amongst the number who are all in all to him-constantly consoled by him.

  • Conceal(Definition of conceal)
  • He must be anxious to conceal something-gold, perchance."

  • Counsel(Definition of counsel)
  • 123. i counsel thee, etc.

  • Consummately(Definition of Consummately)
  • It was not until after it had come back from lord stanway's, and i was cleaning it the evening before last, that in course of my work it became apparent that the thing was nothing but a consummately clever forgery.

  • Consort(Definition of consort)
  • Napoleon walked with his consort to his guests, who were waiting for him in the centre of the hall-the emperor and empress of austria, and the king and queen of saxony.

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