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Correct spelling for CONCEALDED
We think the word concealded 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 concealded
- Concealed(Definition of concealed)
- Conceited(Definition of conceited)
- Concerted(Definition of concerted)
- Conceded(Definition of conceded)
It cannot be concealed: we are a divided people.
At this time, then, he surrenders his shares, and the debt upon his property is canceled.
I say, bob, what a conceited chap you are.
No longer harsh or forbidding in manner, she became humble and gentle,-she ministered to the sick, and consoled the afflicted-but she was especially famous for her love of children.
The bishop cancelled the ecclesiastical faculties of his dean and excommunicated him.
Without concerted action, without interchange of suggestion, this impulse seemed to seize all the old world monarchs at once.
He had countenanced and counselled the proceedings of the rebel nobles at saint trond.
"and now, cousin hester," concluded the major, "you know that i love you like a child of my own!
He had counseled delay, confident that these men would counsel it in their turn, and take to themselves the credit for so excellent an idea.
Polish anthropologist anna wierzbicka argues that "mother" and "father" are examples of such fundamental human concepts, and can only be westernized when conflated with english concepts such as "parent" and "sibling".
This act, by which he placed his wife at the mercy of licentious priests, conciliated the vengeance of the sacerdotal monster.
His wants, his wishes, even his tastes, have been consulted.
"we have heard defeat conceded," said the judges every one.
And we must remember that this appearance of mr arnold as the mild and ingenious tamer of the ferocious manners of britons coincided with far wider and more remarkable innovations.