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Correct spelling for COUNCOL

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Possible correct spellings for councol

  • Conical(Definition of conical)
  • Do you see that building yonder, white among the trees, with a point of conical roof at the end of it?

  • Corneal(Definition of corneal)
  • Their large and prominent eyes make boston terriers prone to corneal ulcers.

  • Cancel(Definition of cancel)
  • Some day i hope to cancel this debt.

  • Uncool(Definition of uncool)
  • Conceal(Definition of conceal)
  • He managed to conceal several of these around his person, and one by one they were given to morgan.

  • Councilor
  • =portalis, j. e. m. =, councilor of state, ii. 214; on committee to draft the code, 222; minister of public worship, 346.

  • Condole(Definition of condole)
  • Am i to condole with you?

  • Junco(Definition of junco)
  • Montanus, dipodomys ordii, 538 junco oreganus, 212 oreoscoptes, 208 perodipus, 538

  • Concur(Definition of concur)
  • South carolina, georgia, and rhode island expressed a willingness to concur in any measures which congress might think best calculated to promote the general welfare.

  • Judgemental
  • Perrier goes to comfort the grieving ivan, telling him that he is not judgemental about his homosexual relationship and that he will be putting a €10,000 bounty on michael and brenda.

  • Juncos
  • I met him on the campus yesterday, scribbled nannikachee, and when i asked him where his professors were, he galloped all over the snow, remembering you as juncos, and on second thought he reared up against an oak and barked up into its branches to scare you out of your holes, convinced that you had come to a bad end and been turned into squirrels.

  • Council(Definition of council)
  • Madame de maintenon, as lady in waiting, went on this journey; and of me, superintendent of the queen's council, they did not even speak.

  • Corncob(Definition of corncob)
  • Presently, arrived an elderly gentleman in blue jeans, his chin ornamented with whisker and his mouth with a corncob pipe.

  • Counsel(Definition of counsel)
  • Are you pere picot's counsel?"

  • Comical(Definition of comical)
  • He did look rather a comical object, i daresay, to the tall footman at the door, but not so to the eager child who had spent the last hour at least in peeping out to see if his master was not yet coming.

  • Mongol(Definition of mongol)
  • It is a deep satisfaction for me to carry out the request of this influential mongol, hubilgan, and to urge his appeal to the american people.

  • Uncoil(Definition of uncoil)
  • An instant later jack flung it in the air, saw it coil and uncoil, heard the singing noise it made, and then drew it back into place, feeling an added confidence.

  • Consul(Definition of consul)
  • The first step was to secure his own election as consul.

  • Congo(Definition of congo)
  • I continued to follow our new friends beyond where i had directed the party to encamp, in expectation of seeing the marked tree at congo, and the river balonne.

  • Congeal(Definition of congeal)
  • I would deluge them with my blood if that could only cause them to congeal.

  • Cornell
  • He applied to mr. cornell, who had the matter in charge, for permission to enter the lists, which that gentleman granted rather doubtfully.

  • Console(Definition of console)
  • It's your duty to console your mother-the poor lady is plunged in despair.

  • Concord(Definition of concord)
  • Several lutheran states, as related above, declined to accept the formula of concord, giving as their reason for such action that there was no need of a new confession.

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