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Correct spelling for CONSITIED

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Possible correct spellings for consitied

  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • "the conceited old body," thought miss panney; but she said, "very true, very true.

  • Consulted
  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • So he thess claired his th'oat, an' set down a minute to consider.

  • Corseted
  • Considered(Definition of considered)
  • She considered, she even smiled; then she replied: "oh yes i do-only not so much."

  • Connoted(Definition of Connoted)
  • In the caverns of mithra twelve apses corresponding to the twelve signs of the zodiac used to be customary: the thirty apses at chislehurst may have had some relation to the thirty dies or days, and if the number of niches extended to thirty-three this total should be connoted with the thirty-three elementary giants considered in an earlier chapter.

  • Consented
  • Well, in the end, because he desired me and the power that went with me, he consented.

  • Construed
  • Costed
  • Cosseted
  • Consisted
  • The country down below, north-wards, consisted of open, sandy, level, triodia ground, dotted with a few clumps of the desert oak, giving a most pleasing appearance to the eye, but its reality is startlingly different, keeping, as it were, the word of promise to the eye, but breaking it to the hope.

  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • So far from being capable of a continuous and concerted co-operation they were all the while trying to thwart one another.

  • Coasted(Definition of Coasted)
  • They coasted downhill, played, and had fun in the snow and were very glad indeed that they had come to grandpa ford's.

  • Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
  • Coincided
  • Yet, in its time, it was more than the home of a famous abbey; it was a royal city, albeit the date of its elevation to royal rank coincided with the decline of the kingdom of which it was the final capital.

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