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Correct spelling for CONSDERTION

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Possible correct spellings for consdertion

  • Concertina(Definition of concertina)
  • All that he left behind him for me to remember him by was his old concertina.

  • Constellation(Definition of constellation)
  • Lafayette, who had become a warm friend of the daring captain, heartily approved the plan, and on june 14, 1777, the congress passed the following resolution: resolved, that the flag of the thirteen united states of america be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars in a blue field, representing a new constellation.

  • Considering(Definition of Considering)
  • "well, no, considering that there is no moon, and that the clouds that were rising when the sun went down have overspread all the sky.

  • Concerting
  • The sun looked bright the morning after to every eye in the village but lefevre's and his afflicted son's; the hand of death pressed heavy upon his eyelids, and hardly could the wheel at the cistern turn round its circle when my uncle toby, who had rose up an hour before his wonted time, entered the lieutenant's room, and, without preface or apology, set himself down upon the chair by the bedside, and independently of all modes and customs, opened the curtain in the manner an old friend and brother officer would have done it, and asked him how he did; how he had rested in the night; what was his complaint; where was his pain, and what could he do to help him? and without giving him time to answer any one of the inquiries, went on and told him of the little plan which he had been concerting with the corporal, the night before, for him.

  • Contortion(Definition of contortion)
  • Then contortion seized him.

  • Condition(Definition of condition)
  • He brought me here because i wished to see for myself the condition of your indians-the condition of which i had so often heard."

  • Consorting(Definition of Consorting)
  • -the mexican spider-monkey is, like the foregoing members of the genus, arboreal, consorting together in small troops, and feeding on fruits.

  • Consideration(Definition of consideration)
  • It was the voice that told of consideration for her.

  • Consolation(Definition of consolation)
  • There was only one consolation in it for him-for the first time in a long number of years he was in position to bite back.

  • Conception(Definition of conception)
  • For days she had prepared for this interview with that conception of its meaning.

  • Conservation(Definition of conservation)
  • Which is best in the true interests of conservation, we are not yet able to see.

  • Consternation(Definition of consternation)
  • I told the elder cousin, who might be twenty-five years old, that i was going to disguise her as a man; consternation appeared on her features, but i had expected as much, and donna ignazia told her she was only too lucky, and her sister observed that she did not think it could be a sin.

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