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Correct spelling for CUNCURRT
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Possible correct spellings for cuncurrt
- Concrete(Definition of concrete)
- Conjurer(Definition of conjurer)
- Uncured(Definition of uncured)
- Concurrent(Definition of concurrent)
- Congruity(Definition of congruity)
- Conjure(Definition of conjure)
- Concord(Definition of concord)
- Juncture(Definition of juncture)
Altamont sat in silence, smoking his pipe and trying to form some conception of the wealth under that concrete floor.
"there is the conjurer for wednesday," observed dora, thoughtfully; "but there are two days to that, and what shall we do with them till then?"
A hint of this sort was never lost upon me, and i immediately said that i concurred in the opinion, that it would be much better for the whole to be done by his lordship's constituents; but i added, "i am fearful that some cursed hitch may prevent the thing altogether, and that his lordship will at last be left to walk out of the prison by him self."
"and you incurred it for my son's sake," the old man interrupted, raising her hand, wet with his tears, to his lips; but she fixed her eyes on ephraim, sobbing softly: "i thought of him too.
Some one was to be sent out, therefore, who should possess, in some sort, a controlling, or, at least, concurrent power with the dangerous chief, while ostensibly he should act only in subordination to him.
It is true that the poet, in whose biography the dream with all the attending circumstances is mentioned at full length, had for years anticipated such a revolution, and often, with a poet's graphic power, conjured up the scenes that were likely to happen whenever the day of the tempest should arrive.
Turn to the compleat angler, and note the exquisite congruity of the songs quoted by walton with the prose in which they are set, and the difference will be apparent at once.
"sire, i conjure you to recall it!
Then i came to live in concord.
In the last of the great episodes which remains to be considered, all the higher thoughts and feelings by which beauty, dignity, and moral grandeur are given to the subject are found concurring; and the presence of lucretius is again felt as a pervading influence, though modified by virgil's own deepest convictions and sympathies.
The officers informed him that you do not associate yourself at the present juncture with the opinion that has been expressed upon the book, but that their object was to draw my attention to the fact that complaint had been made.