Correct spelling for CONSIDT

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Possible correct spellings for considt

  • Conduit(Definition of conduit)
  • Herbert says that day first began printing a little above holborn conduit, and about 1549 removed to aldersgate.

  • Considers
  • It is calculated to correct a misconception of an important kind, which considers the exercise of the benevolent affections as possessing a character of merit.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • "and i am going with her, mother, to ask her uncles' consent.

  • Candid(Definition of candid)
  • I will be equally candid....

  • Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
  • Coincide(Definition of coincide)
  • By virtue of papal infallibility they are subjects of the spanish government, and who knows if right and fact may not some day again coincide?

  • Contd
  • Consort(Definition of consort)
  • None the less she satisfied washington; even after the proverbial six months were over he refused to wander from mount vernon, writing that "i am now, i believe, fixed at this seat with an agreeable consort for life," and in 1783 he spoke of her as the "partner of all my domestic enjoyments."

  • Coincided
  • I still was led on by the hope, raised by the height of the range on our left, that we might find water issuing from it towards the coast, and had therefore not searched the plains which lay between us and the sea, indeed i felt fully convinced that the swamps we saw were all perfectly dry and the native coincided in my opinion; about an hour before sunset however we descended towards the plains, and turning due west we reached them in about half an hour, but found all the swamps quite destitute of water.

  • Consisted
  • They consisted of a studio and suite of apartments, which by the monarch's special command, had been fitted up for him with royal magnificence.

  • Consult(Definition of consult)
  • Now, won't you let us consult together when mr. lawson comes into the room?"

  • Conceit(Definition of conceit)
  • Such conceit men have!"

  • Constant(Definition of constant)
  • "i am an old fool to do it," she said to herself, trembling a good deal, for somehow she had been feeling very weak the last few days; the constant pain and anxiety had told upon her.

  • Contest(Definition of contest)
  • You might contest such a will, if not in your favor.

  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • He began to consider.

  • Consist(Definition of consist)
  • He alone was to supply our wants, but his officers took the liberty of judging what these wants should consist in.