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Correct spelling for CONSCIENC
We think the word conscienc is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for conscienc
- Concierge(Definition of concierge)
- Conscience(Definition of conscience)
- Consent(Definition of consent)
- Consignee(Definition of consignee)
- Concern(Definition of concern)
- Consignor(Definition of consignor)
- Consign(Definition of consign)
The concierge, who thinks it wise to be prudent, consulted with louis; but neither dared do anything until mr. moulton had given the necessary orders.
Better attack his conscience, and his sense of duty."
The father gave his consent, and away went the son.
It is no matter of surprise that a virginia consignee of slaves should have received them with a like indifference.
"sire," she replies, "have no concern, and let not that thought worry you!
In the midst of this, while i stood stunned and dumbfounded, my own risks and concerns forgotten, i felt my sleeve furiously plucked, and, looking round, found simon at my elbow.
Again, there was neighbor kimball's pet fox, an arrant rascal, who was known to have a strange penchant for young chickens, and had committed depredations enough to consign him to the gallows.
It was with doubt and misgivings that morton, the next day, consigned the child, who had already nestled herself into the warmest core of his heart, to the care of simon.