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Correct spelling for CONSIDARD
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Possible correct spellings for considard
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
- Conceded(Definition of conceded)
- Considered(Definition of considered)
Alice paused to consider.
Which she cunningly perceiuing, brake on this new accident with these words: oh how many be there which would most gladly behold these triumphes, and therefore poliphilus, addresse thy thoughts to other matters, and behold what noble and woorthy nymphs shew themselues deseruedly consorted with their amorous louers, curteous and affable: who with sweete and pleasant notes in measured verse, praise and commend one another without wearines, incessantly celebrating their turnes with excessiue delight, and extolling the triumphs, the aire also full of the chirpings of diuers pretie birds, yeelding a diffused charme.
Lest she should lose the india trade entirely, spain consented to the treaty article by which, without mentioning the word, she conceded the thing.
This is absolutely true, for when i came home, with my eyes full of tears, i confided the little horse and barrel to my mother.
The log-house was finished, and consisted of one large room, which served as kitchen and parlor, and of three smaller ones for sleeping.
I considered this a great mistake.
The superintendent of the suffolk asylum considers that in certain cases, and more especially in a crowded and imperfectly constructed asylum, like the one under his charge, mechanical restraint, judiciously applied, might be preferable to any other species of coercion, as being both less irritating and more effectual.
For just as we found that the first development of nineteenth century criticism coincided with or followed upon a new departure or development in periodicals, so we shall find that a similar change accompanied or caused changes in the middle of the century.