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Possible correct spellings for counln't

  • Coagulant(Definition of coagulant)
  • If a clear serum is obtained always, that should be an indication of continual excess of coagulant.

  • Content(Definition of content)
  • If they could be content to live outside the world, why shouldn't he be as they?

  • Corpulent(Definition of corpulent)
  • I am not very corpulent myself."

  • Copland(Definition of copland)
  • The festival has contributed to the contemporary chamber music repertoire by commissioning 38 pieces from well-known composers, including aaron copland, ned rorem, ellen taaffe zwilich, and john harbison.

  • Coolant
  • With proper antifreeze, a wide temperature range can be tolerated by the engine coolant, such as −34 °f (−37 °c) to +265 °f (129 °c) for 50% (by volume) propylene glycol diluted with water and a 15 psi pressurized coolant system.

  • Confluent(Definition of confluent)
  • Capillitium of tubules forming a loose net-work bearing large, irregular, white nodules of lime, sometimes confluent in the axis of the sporangium.

  • Clint
  • Several of his chums had gone or were going to virginia military college; and clint would have liked to go there too, although the military feature didn't especially appeal to him.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • Nor doubted i to bring my fair-one to save my credit on this occasion, if i could get her to consent to be mine.

  • Contend(Definition of contend)
  • In applebee's weekly journal for saturday, august 11th, two days after the funeral, we are told that the duchess of marlborough, in honor of the memory of her life-long lover, had offered a prize of five hundred pounds for a latin epitaph to be inscribed upon his tomb, and that "several poets have already taken to their lofty studies to contend for the prize."

  • Client(Definition of client)
  • Mr. kaye handed them to his client.

  • Conjoint(Definition of conjoint)
  • Among these conditions a body of true knowledge seems to be of the first importance, since conjoint action always presupposes common beliefs, and, to be effective action, implies that these beliefs are correct.

  • Convent(Definition of convent)
  • Soon the fame of the painter began to be whispered outside the convent walls, and reached the ears of cosimo da medici, one of the powerful rulers of florence.

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