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Correct spelling for CONSTET

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Possible correct spellings for constet

  • Costed
  • Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
  • Conceit(Definition of conceit)
  • The poem was to have been "a continued allegory or dark conceit," in twelve books, the hero of each book representing one of the twelve moral virtues.

  • Contested(Definition of contested)
  • Counted
  • Coasted(Definition of Coasted)
  • Coasted down after a few of the boys had a look at shiloh.

  • Canted(Definition of canted)
  • She canted her head suddenly, and looked sidewise at him with an expression half satiric, half indignant.

  • Consort(Definition of consort)
  • Sir theodore martin, who quotes lady lyttelton's letters in the "life of the prince consort," gives such a hymn, which is a paraphrase of the 121st psalm, as it appears in the coburg gesang-buch, and supplies a translation of the verse in question.

  • Canister(Definition of canister)
  • We ran foul of a howitzer launch, which turned loose on us with shrapnel and canister, and gave me this broken arm and beardsley a black and blue shoulder."

  • Consisted
  • The country afterwards became a trifle less scrubby, and consisted of sandhills, timbered with casuarina, and covered, as usual, with triodia.

  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • "ah," she resumed, with a mischievous smile, "you are a conceited boy!

  • Contest(Definition of contest)
  • Consulted
  • Consented
  • When she consented to take her husband's niece as a governess-pupil she had been dubious as to the result.

  • Construe(Definition of construe)
  • Constant(Definition of constant)
  • Consist(Definition of consist)
  • But lenau's inner struggle of soul did not consist merely in his vacillating between religious faith and doubt; it was the conflict of instinct with reason.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • "i have very strong grounds for supposing that she would not consent to the arrangement.

  • Consult(Definition of consult)
  • Construed
  • Contd
  • Contort(Definition of contort)
  • Corseted
  • Cosseted
  • Concetta
  • Gennaro, in love with maliella tenor maliella, in love with rafaele soprano rafaele, leader of the camorrists baritone carmela, gennaro's mother mezzo-soprano biaso tenor ciccillo tenor stella soprano concetta soprano serena soprano rocco bass

  • Quonset
  • Connoted(Definition of Connoted)
  • Addington is situated in what is now surrey, and is in close proximity to a place named sanderstead: the sander whose stead or enclosure here stood may be connoted with the french santerre, which district abounds with souterrains: in the valley of the somme alone there are at least thirty "singular excavations" which communicate with parish churches:[925] these santerre and sanderstead similarities may be connoted with the fact that on the coast of durham are caverns hewn in the limestone and known as dane's holes.

  • Concept(Definition of concept)
  • Their philosophy was narrower than that of the knights and their concept of labor solidarity narrower still.

  • Congested(Definition of congested)
  • So a man who was obliged to gaze for a long time at the new churches erected in belfast might afterwards catch himself in the act of admiring the houses which the congested districts board builds in connaught.

  • Concert(Definition of concert)
  • On november 4th i went to a concert with a ticket that the princess had given me.

  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • It served often as an outlet for expression of the negro social mind, now for a renewed determination to break their chains through prayer, then to resort to concerted action on the basis that he who would be free must himself first strike the blow.

  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • You know-or you will know, if you consider-i cannot open the window and fly.

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