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Correct spelling for CONSISTAN
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Possible correct spellings for consistan
- Consistence(Definition of consistence)
- Consistency(Definition of consistency)
- Consist(Definition of consist)
- Consistent(Definition of consistent)
Sift the whole through a fine sieve, and work it up with linseed oil to the consistence of common paint, taking care to grind it fine, and mix it well together.
When the mixture is cold, add the cream, and partly freeze it; then add the fruit, and freeze to the right consistency.
Some anglers fish with four flies upon a stretcher, i much prefer three, and never, except for lake fishing, use more-a stretcher for three flies should consist of about a yard and a half of either gut or hair.
My retinue consisted of eight men, who considered themselves in my employ, besides three or four supernumeraries, and all together formed a crowd around the door.
They learned the exercise of the great guns and of small arms; they wore a uniform consisting of blue coat and pantaloons, with scarlet facings and yellow wings and tassels, and a white waistcoat; and the ladies of looe embroidered two flags for them, with an inscription on each-'death or victory' on the one-on the other, 'we choose the latter.
I have therefore adopted in preference a scheme which, if it lacks manuscript authority in some particulars, has at least the merit of being absolutely logical and consistent throughout.
It consists of two nearly equal stars close together, and evidently connected by a bond of mutual attraction.