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Correct spelling for CONSITED
We think the word consited is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for consited
- Concerted(Definition of concerted)
- Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
- Conceited(Definition of conceited)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Connoted(Definition of Connoted)
- Coasted(Definition of Coasted)
It was for the same reason that a battle on the part of the ist army on that day had not been included in the concerted plan of action, though the possibility of such an occurrence had been foreseen.
He did not sound at all conceited; only amused with a little gentle melancholy at his own position.
"if you have anything to say against m. de perrencourt, consider me as his friend.
The latin name for broom-planta genista-apart from other evidence in my notebooks is an implication that the golden broom was deemed a symbol of genista, the good genus or janus: and as janus of january, and planta genista, was the first, the word prime may be connoted with broom.
I here observed, as at webster stream, that the river was a smooth and regularly inclined plane down which we coasted.
She immediately consented, and showed great concern.
But, thanks to the many-sided character of the great revolution, the juncture of time at which the growth of humane feeling created a revolt against animal food coincided with the complete breakdown of domestic service and the demand of women for a wider life, facts which compelled the placing of the business of providing and preparing food on a co-operative basis, and the making of it a branch of the public service.
The country was very peculiar, and different from any we had yet met; it was open, covered with tall triodia, and consisted almost entirely of limestone.