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Correct spelling for CONSIDEATE

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Possible correct spellings for consideate

  • Candidate(Definition of candidate)
  • We are nearly at the end of our stock of tommy, and formby is a candidate for the smoke-house that will evidently be elected, though we have yet enough tommy for another week.

  • Coincident(Definition of coincident)
  • Perhaps the gentle cousin janet would have had a clearer view of the whole case if she had known that miss gertrude white's awakening doubts as to the wholesomeness of simulated emotions on the human soul were strictly coincident in point of time with her conviction that at any moment she pleased she might call herself lady macleod.

  • Conciliate(Definition of conciliate)
  • John batchelor, who has lived as a missionary among the ainos many years, is of the opinion that this reverence is largely due to a desire on the part of the ainos to conciliate their japanese masters.

  • Consisted
  • Spinoza believed, however, that benevolence in animals consisted only in their kindliness and friendly feeling for each other and that we should expect nothing more of them.

  • Constipate(Definition of constipate)
  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • Superficial observers like george gilpin regarded him as a cipher; others, like robert cecil, thought him an unmannerly schoolboy; but willoughby, although considering him insolent and conceited, could not deny his ability.

  • Coincided
  • The time of our visit coincided with the famous solar eclipse which was the talk of the town but i was disappointed with the eclipse as it darkened only briefly before returning to normal again.

  • Considerate(Definition of considerate)
  • Various stories were related to us illustrative of their goodness of heart and considerate kindness for those around them; and, making all due allowance for the partiality of the narrators, they went far to prove that these scions of royalty are more amiable and unspoilt than are most children of their age, and of even far less elevated rank.

  • Consummate(Definition of consummate)
  • Considered(Definition of considered)
  • Hetty gazed at the horse's ears and considered.

  • Consolidate(Definition of consolidate)
  • If the gravel be too dry to consolidate easily it should be kept moist by sprinkling.

  • Consented
  • That railroad man said he consented to let me use the lot.

  • Constitute(Definition of constitute)
  • Considers
  • He has identified the catholic religion with the cause of plain-chaunt and gothic architecture, and of all that is, or that he considers to be, best in art.

  • Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
  • Their houses being gone and family ties for the most part wiped out, they consorted together in a rude communal system which a common misery had forced upon them.

  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • "very well; i'll consider it," promised the phantom.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • But he was careful to point out that there was no demand for separate treatment for ulster, and that irish unionists were simply refusing to consent to home rule under any conditions.

  • Consulate(Definition of consulate)
  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • The allobroges were now departing, carrying with them letters from lentulus to catiline; but according to a concerted plan, they were arrested.

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