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Correct spelling for CONSISTANT

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Possible correct spellings for consistant

  • Consistence(Definition of consistence)
  • Simmer gently for 3 hours, or until all is reduced to a pulp, and pass it through a sieve in the same way as pea-soup, which it should resemble in consistence; but it should be a dark brown colour.

  • Consistency(Definition of consistency)
  • The apparent promptness, directness, and general consistency of her answers, strongly favor that presumption.

  • Consistent(Definition of consistent)
  • He was a brave soldier, a firm patriot, a good citizen, an honest man and a consistent christian.

  • Constant(Definition of constant)
  • I told her of his steadiness in friendship and constant kindness in word and deed to those he had known in early life, however separated from him by time and station.

  • Contestant(Definition of contestant)
  • Thereupon in the midst of all that roaring the herald blew his trump again and therewith the two parties contestant rushed the one upon the other, the earth shaking and trembling beneath that charge like to an earthquake.

  • Coexistent(Definition of coexistent)
  • Those who, with so much complacency, rest in the belief that the fall of the roman empire was the natural result of its extension, forget that its greatest prosperity was coexistent with that very extension.

  • Consisted
  • Died b.c. 357. he taught that all existence consisted of atoms, and made the discovery of causes the object of scientific inquiry.

  • Consultant(Definition of consultant)
  • Barnsley grinned into his improvised pillow as sanchez signed off. things would really work out after all. he was set for an immensely lucrative position; whether as ambassador, trade consultant, or colonial governor depended upon how well the experts bluffed the blubber-heads.

  • Consistently(Definition of consistently)
  • Poppas' tone about his client was consistently patronizing, and he was always trying to draw one into a conspiracy of two, based on a mutual understanding of her shortcomings.

  • Consisting
  • The lime on the wall of the sporangium consisting of minute roundish granules.

  • Insistent(Definition of insistent)
  • They were incorrigible traders of uniforms and equipment, sticklers for seniority upon but a few months' service, insistent for furloughs for return to labor on their own affairs, and troublesome even in demanding pay by lunar instead of calendar months.

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