Correct spelling for COSENT

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Possible correct spellings for cosent

  • Cozens
  • He dined with us, and after dinner took coach and carried him with us as far as my cozen scott's, where we set him down and parted, and my wife and i staid there at the christening of my cozens boy, where my cozen samuel pepys, of ireland, and i were godfathers, and i did name the child samuel.

  • Cornet(Definition of cornet)
  • 3. i was carrying the cornet to him.

  • Count(Definition of count)
  • Thompson, afterwards the celebrated count rumford.

  • Cozened(Definition of Cozened)
  • List, lady; be not coy, and be not cozened with that same vaunted name, virginity.

  • Cont
  • Pt. ii, cont., vol. ill, no. 2, april, 1903: anatomy of adult.

  • Client(Definition of client)
  • Mr. moy appealed to his client.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • You'll understand that i don't consent to your going away.

  • Cosset(Definition of cosset)
  • But to me one of the greatest and grandest uses of that noble figger wuz to stand up there a-preachin' to more than a million wimmen daily of the beauty and symmetry of a perfect form, jest as the lord made it, before it wuz tortured down into deformity and disease by whalebones and cosset strings.

  • Cozen(Definition of cozen)
  • In the afternoon my wife went to the burial of a child of my cozen scott's, and it is observable that within this month my aunt wight was brought to bed of two girls, my cozen stradwick of a girl and a boy, and my cozen scott of a boy, and all died.

  • Resent(Definition of resent)
  • What we have done is to fight against the faults of the weak, against the faults of which no defence is possible, rather than against the faults of the strong, who can resent and revenge themselves for our criticism.

  • Assent(Definition of assent)
  • Anna-felicitas made a sound of assent.

  • Cosine
  • Consequently, one of the forms suitable for the teeth of wheels is the involute of a circle; and the obliquity of the action of such teeth is the angle whose cosine is the ratio of the radius of their base-circle to that of the pitch-circle of the wheel.

  • Cent(Definition of cent)
  • He might well hope that england's strength was running out: near the close of 1810 the three per cent.

  • Cogent(Definition of cogent)
  • Charles doe, one of bunyan's personal friends, having purchased the copyright of this work, kept it for some years, in hope of publishing it with other treatises, as a second folio volume, to complete his works; but failing in this object, he printed it separately in 1698, and appended an interesting list of bunyan's works, with thirty cogent reasons why these invaluable labours should be preserved and handed down, to bless succeeding ages.

  • Doesn't
  • "it doesn't matter what we think about you.

  • Comment(Definition of comment)
  • Skinner smiled at the clerk's comment.

  • Sent(Definition of sent)
  • "he telegraphed for them to be here, and sent word to the servants just how he wanted them arranged.

  • Corset(Definition of corset)
  • With her old cunning, she managed to get in by bringing some corset-boxes with her.

  • Cost(Definition of cost)
  • This we succeeded in doing, but the attempt nearly cost maclean his life.

  • Docent(Definition of Docent)
  • This assembly took place at the palace in stockholm, on the 26th january, 1877, which may be considered the birthday of the vega expedition, and was ushered in by a dinner, to which a large number of persons were invited, among whom were the members of the swedish royal house that happened to be then in stockholm; prince john of gluecksburg; dr. oscar dickson, the gothenburg merchant; baron f. w. von otter, councillor of state and minister of marine, well known for his voyages in the arctic waters in 1868 and 1871; docent f. k. kjellman, dr. a. stutxberg, the former a member of the expedition which wintered at mussel bay in 1872-73, and of that which reached the yenisej in 1875, the latter, of the yenisej expeditions of 1875 and 1876; and docents hjalmar theel and a. n. lundstroem, both members of the yenisej expedition of 1875.