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Correct spelling for CONSICDER

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Possible correct spellings for consicder

  • Canister(Definition of canister)
  • Dashing on with unfaltering step in the face of these murderous discharges of canister and musketry, general hood and colonel law, at the heads of their respective brigades, rushed to the charge with a yell.

  • Coincide(Definition of coincide)
  • In the next place, allegory, like caricature, is not bound to make the same person and the same image always or perfectly coincide; and spenser makes full use of this liberty.

  • Concert(Definition of concert)
  • There is an end to all things, and our concert came to an end at last.

  • Consoled
  • This attention consoled mary a little, and she managed to bear up, but a dulness had fallen over the whole party; fraulein was still tearful, and rice cross, so that none of the children were sorry when the wagonette arrived to take them back to wensdale.

  • Consignor(Definition of consignor)
  • The consignor maintains title until such time that an item is purchased by a bidder and the bidder pays the auction house.

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • An explicit declaration, that an "overwhelming majority" of the present congress concede the power to abolish slavery in the district, has just been made by hon.

  • Convict(Definition of convict)
  • Conserved(Definition of conserved)
  • As long as the sky was clouded and the snow was falling, some of the heat that had been stored during the long day was being conserved.

  • Convector(Definition of convector)
  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • Which is for you to consider, and not for me.

  • Consignee(Definition of consignee)
  • Sidy, the interpreter, was fortunately on shore, so that we had no trouble about him, and the captain knew that he could easily pay him through the consignee of the ship.

  • Coincided
  • A man who never ventured one impious word or deed against the gods we worship, but whose whole language concerning them, and his every act, closely coincided, word for word, and deed for deed, with all we deem distinctive of devoutest piety.

  • Consist(Definition of consist)
  • It does not even consist of an extraordinary memory, vivid imagination, quickness of judgment, or of a combination of all of these.

  • Concorde
  • On the place de la concorde there are two bronze monuments representing naiads emerging from the fountains.

  • Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
  • Connector(Definition of connector)
  • In february 2009, omtp expanded its local connectivity specification (based on micro-usb) to describe requirements for a common charger and common connector to enable sharing the same battery charger through different phones.

  • Conductor(Definition of conductor)
  • The conductor writes to me that he hopes for a good success.

  • Consumed
  • Conceded(Definition of conceded)
  • "why-tennis," conceded the younger man.

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