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Correct spelling for CONSDIDER
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Possible correct spellings for consdider
- Candied(Definition of candied)
- Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
- Candid(Definition of candid)
- Coincide(Definition of coincide)
- Considerate(Definition of considerate)
- Conceded(Definition of conceded)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Conceited(Definition of conceited)
- Considered(Definition of considered)
On another occasion, we find her sending to urban a tangible allegory in the form of bitter oranges, candied within and gilded without, doubtless by her own hands, with a pretty letter to point the moral.
The following day candide received, on awaking, a letter couched in these terms: my very dear love, for eight days i have been ill in this town.
After the horsemen were dismissed, it was the first thing the consuls brought before the senate; and the opinions of all to a man coincided, that the plebeian tribunes should be instructed to consult the commons with all possible speed, as to whom they might resolve to send into spain to take the command of that army which had been under the conduct of cneius scipio.
"johnnie," said potts, taking a long breath, "since clark isn't here i don't mind telling you that my candid opinion is them debts isn't worth a rush.
It is probable that this movement was intended to coincide with the arrival of the danish fleet a few months earlier.
Lady chatterton considers the want of an establishment as the unpardonable sin, and directs her energies to prevent this evil; while john moseley looks upon a free will as the birthright of an englishman, and is, at the present moment, anxiously alive to prevent the dowager's making him the husband of grace, the thing of all others he most strenuously desires.
You might be considerate, maggie; you're the most thoughtless child.
"certainly many of them are," conceded glazzard.
But when you came, noble sobieski, it was the fate of war, and i confided myself to a brave man."
Won't you even consider it?"
You vain, conceited thing!
Have you really considered him in your plan?"