Correct spelling for CONVERN

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Possible correct spellings for convern

  • Concern(Definition of concern)
  • Kinton smiled at his aide's earnest concern.

  • Converge(Definition of converge)
  • The column advanced towards the rapidan, and generals howard and slocum's commands crossed this stream at germania mills, and general meade's at ely ford, below, and then all marched on roads which converge to the chancellorsville house, a large brick edifice, which was used as a mansion and tavern, situated in a small clearing of a few acres, and which, with its few appendages of outbuildings, constituted the village known by that name.

  • Convene(Definition of convene)
  • It is a costume seen daily in the austrian capital, on the ring, in the stadt park, wherever viennese nurses convene with their small charges.

  • Coven
  • The trial did not take long; he was arrested on september 14, and executed on october 26. with him were arrested eight others, of whom two were executed with him. seeing that thirteen was always the number of witches in a coven, it is surely more than an accidental coincidence that nine men and women, including gilles, were arrested, two saved themselves by flight, and two more who had played a large part in the celebration of the rites of the old religion were already dead.

  • Cavern(Definition of cavern)
  • Cyril hastily picked up the bracelets, put one on his wrist and the other on dulcie's, and taking her by the hand dragged her right into the gloomy part of the cavern farther and farther away from the hateful dwelling and its awful master.

  • Convener(Definition of convener)
  • To the convener and superintendent, in their hours of discouragement, this little building brought cheer and hope.

  • Confers
  • Constancy has nothing virtuous in itself, independently of the pleasure it confers, and partakes of the temporizing spirit of vice in proportion as it endures tamely moral defects of magnitude in the object of its indiscreet choice.

  • Convent(Definition of convent)
  • He also gave, to the same convent, "omnes terras, quas walterus de giling tenuit in feodo suo de thirlestane, et pastura incommuni de thirlestane, ad quadraginta oves, sexaginta vaccas, et ad viginti equos."

  • Conveys
  • We see a mental agony before we know its substantial cause; and we only see the cause as reflected in it "ned bratts," again, conveys in its first lines the sensation of a tremendously hot day in which nature seems to reel in a kind of riotous stupefaction; and the grotesque tragedy on which the idyl turns, becomes a matter of course.

  • Convey(Definition of convey)
  • Mr. chambers did not suppose that a woodpecker became a woodpecker per saltum though born of some widely different bird, but mr. darwin's words have no application unless they convey this impression.

  • Convert(Definition of convert)
  • When ethelburga, daughter of ethelbert of kent, augustine's convert, became wedded to edwin, the still idolatrous king of northumbria, paulinus accompanied her as chaplain, and at the same time as missionary among the rude northumbrians.

  • Govern(Definition of govern)
  • Now as to driving in a carriage with ladies, a correspondent writes to ask the etiquette which should govern a gentleman's conduct.

  • Confer(Definition of confer)
  • Truly, you confer a blessing on us all.

  • Converse(Definition of converse)
  • Later she saw him sitting on the fence, holding genial converse with jim budd.