Correct spelling for COUNTIUNED

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Possible correct spellings for countiuned

  • Confined
  • For sixteen years he was confined in a loathsum dunjin, not tastin food durin all that time.

  • Contained
  • "now macartney, you know, is a very self-contained man.

  • Contend
  • That is one of the difficulties i have to contend with; people will not leave their children with me long enough to let me finish what i have begun.

  • Contender
  • The philosopher may point out the deficient knowledge which his contender might have of the science; but, he will never ask the impolite question, if he knows the science on which they are discussing.

  • Continue
  • He would continue to serve as the lieutenant governor under lord de la warr, and, like dale, he carried 300 passengers.

  • Continued
  • Marion and pickens continued to advance and fire, but the north carolina militia broke at the third round.

  • Contused
  • Contused and lacerated wounds result from explosions and injuries by firearms, and foreign bodies, such as particles of stone or coal, or grains of gunpowder and small shot, may lodge in the tissues.

  • Counting
  • "these vulgar games don't amuse you," said a voice at my side; and i turned and saw the merchant who, at the breakfast-table, invited me to his counting-house.

  • Condoned
  • In the same dance was lady rose lovell, the young daughter of the duke of beaufort, whose elopement at the age of seventeen with a gallant one-armed soldier had been condoned, so that she still played her part in the court gala.

  • Contemned
  • Little wonder if they find that in the midst of this whirlpool of contending passions their freedom has been curtailed, their tenets contemned, their institutions assaulted, their motives maligned, their authority jeopardized, their claim rejected.

  • Counted
  • He always counted the money, in every case since 1868. 14,623. do you know how it was done in the case of other agents?

  • Continues
  • The lady closes her eyes for two seconds behind a horizontal gloved hand, a seclusion to recollect in; then continues: "oh yes, when it's a shopman.

  • Countered
  • Clearly there was something in this shabbily dressed clergyman which countered his expectations.

  • Contoured
  • One mile to the inch, small series, in contoured outline, with hills shaded or coloured, nos. 347, 353, 1s. 6d. and 2s.; 348, 354, 1s. and 1s. 6d.; 322, 336, 1s. 6d. and 2s.; 335, 346, 1s. and 1s. 6d.; 351, 359, 1s. and 1s. 6d.; 352, 360, 1s. 6d. and 2s. these may be had flat or folded.

  • Continua
  • A peu de distance est une montagne ou l'on montre une maison qu'on dit avoir ete celle de cain; et, pendant la premiere journee, nous n'eumes que des montagnes, quoique le chemin soit bon; mais a la seconde nons trouvames un beau pays, et il continua d'etre agreable jusqu'a balbec.