Correct spelling for CONSENCE

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Possible correct spellings for consence

  • Conserves
  • Deeper psychological discussions justify the assertion that the person who becomes homosexual in this manner remains fixed in his unconscious on the memory picture or his mother, by repressing the love for his mother he conserves the same in his unconscious and henceforth remains faithful to her. when as a lover he seems to pursue boys, he really thus runs away from women who could cause him to become faithless to his mother.

  • Condenser(Definition of condenser)
  • With the larger condenser the ranges are respectively 270 to 1220 and 270 to 670. for longer wave-lengths load with inductance.

  • Concerns
  • Not that there is a spark of jealousy left in his heart for the moment, but he delights to coax her secrets from her, to share in all that concerns her.

  • Consensus(Definition of consensus)
  • Stimulants, narcotics, poisons, affect the system solely because they are reputed to do so. and yet, with all her ingenuity, mrs. eddy has to admit that if a man took arsenic unknowingly it would probably kill him. this, she says, is because of the consensus of opinion that arsenic is deadly.

  • Constancy(Definition of constancy)
  • Consequence(Definition of consequence)
  • It was not because i could possibly be that somebody, although i was young enough and of little enough consequence.

  • Convenes
  • Condense(Definition of condense)
  • The plan of creation is far too vast to be embraced in its complex unity by the finite: it is the province of art to divide, condense, concentrate, reunite, and rearrange the vast materials in smaller frames, but the new work must always be a whole.

  • Consigns
  • Convince(Definition of convince)
  • Consonance(Definition of consonance)
  • Constance
  • Consents
  • It is no longer troubled at being cast off by god; it is so conscious of its demerit, that it consents to the deprivation of the sensible presence of god. but it cannot endure the thought that the taint of its corruption reaches even to god. it does not wish to sin. let me decay, is its cry, and find my home in the depths of hell, if only i may be kept free from sin. it no longer thinks of love, for it believes itself to be incapable of affection.

  • Conscience(Definition of conscience)
  • And i have helped you through it all, and have taken upon myself to act as the mouthpiece of your conscience....

  • Nonsense(Definition of nonsense)
  • Consciences
  • The false prophets must be considered as the accomplices of the corrupted great, especially as to the bulwark which they opposed to the true prophets, and their influence on the nation, and on their own consciences,-as indeed material power everywhere seeks for such a spiritual ally.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • Of course, it would have been preposterous to have asked his consent to my going.