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Correct spelling for COUNTUED

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Possible correct spellings for countued

  • Canted
  • He once thrust crabshaw into the middle of a quick-set hedge, where he was terribly torn; another time he canted him over his head into a quagmire, where he stuck with his heels up, and must have perished, if people had not been passing that way; a third time he seized him in the stable with his teeth by the rim of the belly, and swung him off the ground, to the great danger of his life; and i'll be hanged, if it was not owing to gilbert, that crabshaw was now thrown into the river.

  • Coated
  • I am used to it, long before thou had been short-coated, i had to walk thee to sleep in my arms."

  • Contend
  • The landing of troops and supplies on the cuban coast was the first serious difficulty with which general shafter had to contend.

  • Continued
  • Well, they continued to live and work together.

  • Contuse
  • Contused
  • Corned
  • Count
  • Counter
  • County
  • Jointed
  • Mounted
  • Accounted
  • The existence of these three types, and their peculiarities of shape and position, are all satisfactorily accounted for by the supposition that they are made of different materials.

  • Clouted
  • "he'll never truckle to the country licks and clouted shoons of brunswick," asserted janice, proudly.

  • Jaunted
  • Coined
  • I felt sure it must have been of a woman of this type that the famous phrase was coined-"elle a toutes les vertus-et elle est insupportable."

  • Conduced
  • Partly from the causes above enumerated as having conduced to the keeping of journalism in a condition of discredit and danger, partly owing to national idiosyncrasies, the habit of anonymous writing was almost universal in the english press at the beginning of the century.

  • Confuted
  • One would imagine that so improbable a story, as that of an umbilical deity with his silver basons, though patched up with gold and emeralds, would have confuted itself.

  • Conned
  • I should have been very undeserving of that character for observation which i flatter myself i peculiarly deserve, if i had not during the three hours i stayed at madame d-g's, conned over every person remarkable for any thing, from rank to a ribbon.

  • Connoted
  • It is not mere geographical and numerical majorities that are connoted.

  • Counted
  • Counties
  • Courted
  • Recounted
  • Countered
  • Contoured
  • Coned
  • 1751, the coned end being filed away slightly below the axis so as to give clearance to the cutting edge.

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