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Correct spelling for COUNCOUS
We think the word councous 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 councous
- Concourse(Definition of concourse)
- Concur(Definition of concur)
- Caucus(Definition of caucus)
- Coccus(Definition of coccus)
- Couscous(Definition of couscous)
- Conics(Definition of Conics)
- Concuss(Definition of concuss)
- Conscious(Definition of conscious)
At the village of charlotte upon that day a large concourse of the leading men of that county had assembled.
He does not indeed concur in all the statements which have been made; it is obvious that several of the charges advanced are inconsistent with one another.
When it came time in 1916 to vote further credits to the government the socialists held a caucus.
Coccus, even for expert taxonomists, and the latter scientific name (and the vernacular "cochineal insect") is therefore commonly used when one is actually referring to other biological species.
On the 12th the savages came again in their canoes, laden with cocoas, bananas, ubes-roots, hogs, and fresh water, contending violently who should get first on board.
He concurs about the importance of the decalogue as "a central feature in the covenant that brought together israel into being as a people" but views the parallels between exodus 20 and deuteronomy 5, along with other evidence, as reason to believe that it is relatively close to its original form and mosaic in origin.
I trusted, however, that captain clipperton would let me have such necessaries as he could spare, on which he said, i should know more of his mind next day. among other discourses, he told me that he was just come from the island of cocos, his people very sickly, and on short allowance.
He explained to me his principles of music, which i compared with rameau; my head was filled with accompaniments, concords and harmony, but as it was necessary to accustom the ear to all this, i proposed to madam de warens having a little concert once a month, to which she consented.