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Correct spelling for CONSIRNED

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Possible correct spellings for consirned

  • Consign(Definition of consign)
  • He would say, that if the house, knowing what the trade was by the evidence, did not, by their vote, mark to all mankind their abhorrence of a practice so savage, so enormous, so repugnant to all laws human and divine, they would consign their character to eternal infamy.

  • Confined(Definition of confined)
  • "she has been impertinent to her governess, and i have confined her to my room for the rest of the day," he replied, rather shortly.

  • Consoled
  • I still believe, and i am consoled in believing, that you and your first love will meet again.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • But still he asked you to consent.

  • Contained(Definition of contained)
  • It is a very big name for a very small place; at that time it contained only one house.

  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • Do it-and we'll consider the question of having him watched by the two gaffneys when you've seen and talked to him."

  • Convened
  • Concerned(Definition of concerned)
  • His being dead makes no difference so far as you are concerned.

  • Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
  • Continued(Definition of continued)
  • "so then it was worse then ever," continued maud.

  • Consumed
  • I'm simply consumed with envy."

  • Consented
  • Has she consented to be your wife?

  • Consigned
  • At the same time he recommended his subjects to receive the french troops in a friendly manner, and said that he consigned to providence the consequences of an invasion which was without a motive.

  • Conjoined(Definition of conjoined)
  • From these considerations it is manifest, that in the spiritual world all are conjoined according to internal affections, and not according to external, unless these act in unity with the internal.

  • Condoned
  • Roper's disgrace was condoned by san diego, because he was under the patronage of judge lawlack, and in san diego everybody has a law suit.

  • Consigns
  • Conserved(Definition of conserved)
  • Further inshore, carried ceaselessly a little forward and then a little back, julia floated; floated with an unimaginable lightness and yet, somehow, conserved her aspect of a creature cut in marble.

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