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Correct spelling for CONSENTINA
We think the word consentina 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 consentina
- Consent(Definition of consent)
- Consorting(Definition of Consorting)
- Contending(Definition of contending)
- Concertina(Definition of concertina)
But just as soon as i could persuade my friends to consent to my departure, i should surely return, and would try and make my friends in the north a good long visit, at least, before making another journey.
Jane seymour died in 1537, and cromwell at once negotiated a marriage between henry and anne, daughter of the duke of cleves, henry consenting for the reason that it behoved him to fortify himself by an alliance that would enable him to make a stand against a possible combination of forces between the pope, the emperor, and the french king.
It stabbed him to see the flush in her cheeks contending with the misery in her eyes.
After this came the dream of a strange, huge, top-heavy vehicle, that seemed like three yellow carriages stuck together, and a mountain of luggage at the top under an immense black tarpaulin, which ended in a hood; and beneath the hood sat a blue-bloused man with a singular cap, like a concertina, and mustaches, who cracked a loud whip over five squealing, fussy, pugnacious white and gray horses, with bells on their necks and bushy fox-tails on their foreheads, and their own tails carefully tucked up behind.
As soon as king escariano had left constantine, tirant ordered all the horses, the food supplies and the people brought together.