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Correct spelling for CONSIEDED

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Possible correct spellings for consieded

  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • So you must let us help you, and we shall consider it good fun."

  • Conceded(Definition of conceded)
  • It is conceded, then, that he was once an infidel.

  • Corseted
  • Conceived
  • The recollection of this word pronounced by his lips, conceived by a will which was still his own and yet other than his, came back to his mind.

  • Coincided
  • He was passionately fond of his children, but, when the serious illness of one of them coincided with an onset of inspiration, it was impossible to rouse him to a sense of danger.

  • Conserved(Definition of conserved)
  • But now, where the old wheel thundered, there yawned a gap, for the river's power was about to be conserved to better purpose than of old, and as the new machines now demanded greater forces to drive them, so human skill found a way to increase the applied strength of a streamlet.

  • Considers
  • He is usually a hardy individual who considers 68 degrees warm enough for any one.

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • So sir william had to concede that which was evidently against his desire to his brother justices.

  • Counseled
  • Confided
  • My father, however, did not accept his offer at once, wishing to see more of the stranger before he confided us to his care.

  • Considered(Definition of considered)
  • In the night he considered; in the morning he told all.

  • Consisted
  • One day there came an indistinct message over the telephone line, which consisted mainly of barb-wire fences, saying that the railroads were blocked by storm and the stages were delayed.

  • Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
  • She has been popularly described as "the last witch burned in ireland" or as the subject of the last of the witchcraft trials, although it has been noted that bridget was never actually described as having consorted with the devil, which is customary with accused witches.

  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • Without being conceited, he was perhaps more aware of his own possibilities than of his limitations.

  • Consented
  • And in the end sir lancelot, with a heavy heart, consented.

  • Cosseted
  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • There did seem to be some sort of concerted action of retreat on the part of the defenders.

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