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Correct spelling for CONXERN
We think the word conxern 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 conxern
- Conjoin(Definition of conjoin)
- Concern(Definition of concern)
- Consign(Definition of consign)
And to charge on the consolidated fund a sum sufficient to make up every living throughout the kingdom to the amount of l70 per annum, with the single exception of such parishes as, being adjacent to each other, it might be fit to conjoin for this purpose, by the act of proper commissioners to act with the bishop, &c.
Frost cankers occur on fruit-trees, vines, beeches, etc.
"there might have been an accident, jack," said that lady, with concern.
Christian clergy, character of, in the fourth century, 77. christian ideal, tending toward fanaticism, 129. christian discipleship, nature of true, 390. christianity, asceticism and apostolic, 27, 28, 31; conquers roman empire, 71, 76; endangered by success, 77; in rome in the fourth century, 79; lord on same, 80; is opposed to fanaticism, 94; in ancient britain, 123, 161, 162; clarke on, 171; mozoomdar on essential principle of, 359; requires some sort of self-denial, 390, 418, 419; monasticism and, compared, 420; monasticism furnishes example of, 422. see britain and church.
My woodland study is fully five-hundred feet above the level of the sea, and yet it is easy to see from the size, shape and surface of the pebbles all around me, that this glade was once upon a time a portion of the ocean's bed; that glass-green waves once rippled over those banks where the furze now grows; that congers and flat fish once wriggled over the gravel where those thistles are blooming; and that thorny-backed crabs used to lie perdu in the holes where dormice now sleep in winter.
Say rather that the fear that a call for help would consign him to a just retribution for his crimes was the chief cause of her silence.
She considered that a house which had no young man growing up in it was not a house at all, and she believed that a boy would love his mother, if not more than a daughter could, at least with a difference which would be strangely sweet-a rash, impulsive, unquiet love: a love which would continually prove her love to the breaking point; a love that demanded, and demanded with careless assurance, that accepted her goodness as unquestioningly as she accepted the fertility of the earth, and used her knowing blindly and flatteringly how inexhaustively rich her depths were....
This may have been the opinion of those from whom dr. channing may have drawn the theory of the hypostatic union; but in stating a doctrine in which all christendom concurs, protestant as well as catholic, we should have thought it more honest if dr. channing, not satisfied with his own teachers, would have taken the pains to ascertain what two hundred and fifty millions of christians hold about it.