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Possible correct spellings for consite

  • Cornice(Definition of cornice)
  • Consist(Definition of consist)
  • These dances consist of short parts, or acts, accompanied with frequent vociferations, and a kind of hissing, or whizzing noise.

  • Conceit(Definition of conceit)
  • He laughed at his conceit,-and pinched himself again.

  • Connotes
  • But see how milton applies it in line 62 below, and in comus 546. to him the word evidently connotes pensive meditation rather than gloomy depression.

  • Quonset
  • Onset(Definition of onset)
  • Cons
  • Whilst harnessing the mules, leicester had rapidly turned over in his mind the pros and cons of the situation, and had come to the conclusion that it would be necessary in the first instance to proceed some three or four miles on the road toward havana.

  • Cosset(Definition of cosset)
  • Console(Definition of console)
  • It will console you to know that he never mentioned events at naples, or the shipwreck that followed them, from the day of his return to the day of his death."

  • Construe(Definition of construe)
  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • For this is the cause why men do satisfy themselves with so slender a conceited hope that their state is good, when it is nothing so, namely, because they do not credit the scripture; for did they, they would look into their own hearts, and examine seriously whether that faith, that hope, that grace which they think they have be of that nature, and wrought by that spirit and power that the scripture speaketh of.

  • Canister(Definition of canister)
  • After hailing, a brisk fire was opened on us both by small arms and large guns; but the latter could not be brought to bear, owing to our being so close, and we partially disturbed the aim of the former by a dose of canister at close range.

  • Corset(Definition of corset)
  • Consult(Definition of consult)
  • Coincide(Definition of coincide)
  • They coincide exactly with the vision i had four nights later.

  • Consulate(Definition of consulate)
  • Confide(Definition of confide)
  • "why do you not confide in me?

  • Connote(Definition of connote)
  • To write a history of the women of great britain and not speak of the differences which the names scot and irish connote would be as grave an error as to describe the flora of the islands and omit mention of the shamrock and the thistle.

  • Caste(Definition of caste)
  • Would it have been better to die at the hands of a maharati of no caste-?"

  • Coaster(Definition of coaster)
  • I have been thus particular in describing our coaster and its live freight, to show what misery is endured in these coasting voyages.

  • Onside
  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • We will, then, consider her name rien."

  • Cost(Definition of cost)
  • Confute(Definition of confute)
  • Of the salvation of infants, it is too tedious to confute all that i dissent from: not presuming in such darkness and diversity of opinions to be peremptory, nor to say, i am certain by the word of god who are undoubtedly saved, nor yet to deny the undoubted certainty of wiser men, who may know that which such as i do doubt of, but submitting what i say to the judgment of the church of god and my superiors, i humbly lay down my own thoughts as followeth.

  • Cont
  • Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
  • Concise(Definition of concise)
  • The provisions and conditions were short and concise, and were contained upon one large sheet of parchment, signed, witnessed and bearing the official seal and signature which proved that it had been ratified.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • Again did m. tolosan endeavour to obtain my father's consent, but to no purpose.

  • Consign(Definition of consign)
  • A number of more or less witty epigrams were coined at the expense of the plenipotentiaries, the scheme, set in a stronger light than it was meant to endure, assumed a grotesque shape, and its promoters strove to consign it as best they could to oblivion.

  • Consume(Definition of consume)
  • Monist(Definition of Monist)
  • Coast(Definition of coast)
  • They also held pieria, and peonia, and all the sea coast region.

  • Consort(Definition of consort)
  • Not even the presence of three queens-of england, prussia, and belgium-two kings, a prince consort, an archduke, and a future emperor and empress, could propitiate the adverse barometer, or change the sulky face of the sky.

  • Considers
  • The first thing that a good sportsmen considers with every animal is the point at which to aim so to bag him as speedily as possible.

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • When it has ventured to express an opinion, however, it has been to concede his unbelief.

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