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Correct spelling for CONSITEN
We think the word consiten 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 consiten
- Consent(Definition of consent)
- Consorting(Definition of Consorting)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Canister(Definition of canister)
- Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
- Conceited(Definition of conceited)
- Constant(Definition of constant)
- Condign(Definition of condign)
- Costing(Definition of costing)
- Coasting(Definition of Coasting)
- Consign(Definition of consign)
- Consignee(Definition of consignee)
You would not consent to his marrying one of your daughters?
Consider the effect of your presence at the ambassador's the day after your triumph."
The best troops in the world, unless they were in overwhelming force, could hardly hope to cross a clearing that was swept by the fire of six hundred rifles, two machine-guns, and three hotchkiss cannon hurling canister or shrapnel.
I know another young person very conceited, and it does not prevent me from loving her dearly, here aunt helen smiled affectionately at me.
The writer remembers well when through the efforts of a fellow-worker "no-nose" was sent to the county hospital for medical treatment, and considers this girl one of the greatest menaces to chicago boyhood.
I think these interests are consigned to good hands.
Above these, holding the next division of land, dwell the budinoi, who occupy a land wholly overgrown with forest consisting of all kinds of trees.
What chance was there that, in a new order of things, a man so deeply implicated in illegal and unpopular acts, a member of the high commission, a renegade whom the multitude, in places of general resort, pursued with the cry of popish dog, would be greater and richer? what chance that he would even be able to escape condign punishment?
The tanite pharaoh had come to accept with resignation the change in the fortunes of egypt, and he therefore contented himself with forwarding to the assyrian conqueror, by one of the syrian coasting vessels, a present of some rare wild beasts and a few crocodiles.
For to say nothing of those horrid cases where the infants of licentious parents not only inherit vicious dispositions, but ruined bodies-even to a degree, that in some instances excludes a possibility of the child's surviving many days;-there are other forms of disease often entailed on the young which as certainly consign the sufferer to an early grave, though the passage thither may be more tedious and lingering.
This document is required in addition by the railway express agency for all c. o. d. shipments, and indicates again the name of the consignee, his address, and lists our invoice number which is, in this case, no. 5371.