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Correct spelling for RECONCEDER
We think the word reconceder 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 reconceder
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Raconteur(Definition of raconteur)
- Reconcile(Definition of reconcile)
- Reconvert(Definition of reconvert)
- Reconsider(Definition of reconsider)
- Rejoinder(Definition of rejoinder)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Reconciled(Definition of reconciled)
- Recanted(Definition of Recanted)
- Reconnoiter(Definition of reconnoiter)
"i can't concede that," said he.
Of good stories and laughable stories townsend was in many ways an admirable raconteur.
I come forth to reconcile him, and make peace between them.
After a good deal of discussion, the president asked congress to reconsider the treaty of indian spring, and presented a new one as a substitute, which was ratified and proclaimed; but popular indignation ran so high in georgia, that governor troup felt justified in paying no attention to this new treaty.
In itself it is not at all to be reckoned upon, for habit is but the merest shadow of reality.
Consider this, then, as once more yours.
Our king loves sir launcelot dearly and wishes him well; but sir gawain will not suffer him to be reconciled to him.
Whene'er you sing, silent, as he, they'll stand, speak by their eyes, grow eloquent by hand: tongues are confusion, but as learnt by you, all but pythagoras's doctrine's true; campbell and he taught silence-had he heard how much thy lays to silence were preferr'd, he had recanted from thy powerful song, and justly wish'd each organ had a tongue.
Meanwhile, i think i'll reconnoiter wylie's new office and find out what's doing."