Correct spelling for CONTUR

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Possible correct spellings for contur

  • Canto
  • Sunday, september 27.-read fourth canto of childe harold.

  • Centaur
  • These are followed by at least two more medici pictures-the portrait of piero di lorenzo de' medici, in this room, no. 1154, the sad-faced youth with the medal; and the "pallas and the centaur" at the pitti, an historical record of lorenzo's success as a diplomatist when he went to naples in 1480. the latter part of botticelli's life was spent under the influence of savonarola and in despair at the wickedness of the world and its treatment of that prophet.

  • Cantor
  • "note that i came on board at 10.58," insisted cantor, frowning.

  • Condor
  • "i find it perfectly comfortable," replied william condor.

  • Concur
  • We concur with howell.

  • Cottar
  • Contd
  • Condo
  • In march 2006, broadwater development llc gained city approval for creating the broadwater resort, a $1 billion plan that would feature two casinos, 3,375 condo units, 1,900 hotel rooms, an 18-hole golf course, large amounts of retail entertainment space and convention space, and a marina again.

  • Contour
  • County
  • Coned
  • Can't
  • I can't keep house."

  • Contuse
  • Counter
  • Count
  • Conquer
  • Conner
  • Contours
  • Cont
  • Canute
  • Canute had divided england into four great earldoms, each ruled, under him, by a jarl, or earl-a danish, not a saxon title.

  • Canter
  • He would mount, and ride at a walking pace through the streets that seemed like a night view of a stricken battle-field, turn down by the palace wall, and then canter to the schoolhouse, where the hag-wiser than her mistress-would be sleeping in the open.

  • Candour
  • She answered him with absolute candour.

  • Cant
  • Not only was their discourse garnished with these strong expressions, but gipsy cant became the common property of the army.

  • Cotter
  • Contort