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  • cancel He told me that it had been reported to him that I had on my very first visit, as a member of the club upset the whole place, that my good old friend Mr Hamilton, who lived at the club, had complained bitterly of the noise and disturbance, and was going to ask the committee to cancel my election and practically have me turned out.
  • cancer In the case of cancer, physic well before applying it.
  • cannes While her father had been alive, home to her had been with him, but even then it had no abiding-place; and since then, the charming apartment in Paris or the villa at Cannes with all their comfort and luxury seemed but to mock the word.
  • conceal As we made our way along, we examined every bush or rock which might conceal a foe, but minute as was our search we could, discover no one.
  • concede Whether it be the theory of eternal torment or extinction or Restoration that is held, let us concede all honor and confidence to the men who hold it.
  • conceit And in my conceit I thought I need not give myself much trouble about the game.
  • conceive And afterward they should be like to come upward against the Diskos; and this should be indeed a thing difficult, as you shall conceive.
  • concern Barbara declared that he could not; though, to be sure, it was, as she added most promptly, no concern of hers; for she cared not whether I were in love or not, nor how deeply, nor with whom, nor, in a word, anything at all about the matter.
  • concert Malibran would sing at the same concert.
  • concerto 1800-1801. 19. Second Concerto for piano and orchestra, in B flat major; ded.
  • concise Ever he came back to the sickening, concise point that I was to go out to the American wilderness with these grotesque folk who had but the most elementary notions of what one does and what one does not do.
  • confirm He urged that a priest could be easily procured from a neighboring convent, who would confirm the bonds which had so long united their hearts, and who would thus at once arrest the destiny that so long had threatened his hopes.
  • conform It is not desirable to speak of suggestion in this matter, since, if I believe that the other fellow knows a matter better than I and conform to his opinion, there is as yet no suggestion.
  • consomme Take a hen lobster already boiled; pick the meat from the tail and claws, and chop it fine; put it into a stew-pan, with a little of the inside spawn pounded in a mortar till quite smooth, an ounce of fresh butter, half a gill of cream, and half a gill of veal consomme, Cayenne pepper, and salt, a tea-spoonful of essence of anchovy, the same of lemon-juice, and a table-spoonful of flour and water: stew it five minutes.
  • consume So, too, the various families of brutes, Who have, no less than we, and vainly, too, Desire for happiness; but they, intent On that which is essential to their life, Consume their days more pleasantly, by far, Nor chide, with us, the dulness of the hours.
  • consumer Any man who can survive by his brains, any man who can put the others out of the business by making the thing cheaper to the consumer at the same time that he is increasing its intrinsic value and quality, I take off my hat to, and I say: 'You are the man who can build up the United States, and I wish there were more of you.
  • cornice When the frame-maker came, Fra Bartolommeo would be vexed to see how much of his work was hidden beneath the massive cornice, and would vow to dispense with frames altogether, which he did in his S. Sebastian and S. Mark, by painting an architectural niche round the subject like a carving in relief.
  • council 18, 91, 96, 97, 101, 112, 295, 355-356, 408, 415, 422, 454. Aulic Council, i.
  • counsel He liveth at a castle two miles from hence; but he is a perilous knight, and I counsel ye not to follow him save ye bear him goodwill."
  • jones
  • jounce
  • Canes Canes, too, in a large patch or "brake" as we called it, grew at another spot; a graceful plant about twenty-five feet high, in appearance unlike the bamboo, as the long pointed leaves were of a glaucous blue-green colour.
  • Canoes They had not managed very well with the navigation of the canoes; and while they were waiting for fine weather at the eastern end of the island they collected a number of natives to act as oarsmen.
  • Jounced
  • Concetta If Concetta and the fat sacristan asked no one to help them, it was because it was such a very simple matter to warn Francesco of danger, that they needed no assistance.
  • Cancers This applies to cancers of the lip, face, tongue, breast, womb, ovaries, stomach and the abdominal cavity.
  • cons They were lucid and reasoned, their pros and cons equally dealt with-he could have answered any question on each point were it propounded by a board of examiners-and all this took place within a few seconds, between the impact of one big wave and another.
  • cones Volcanic Rocks, with and without Cones and Craters.
  • jounces
  • cornices Conceive a monomaniacal obese old English citizen, given to lift hand and eye and address the cornices, claiming to be an Illustrious Boy, and calling on a beautiful historic mother and unfortunate Royal sire to attest it!
  • unfluent
  • gumpest
  • hardwearing

27 words made from the letters concem

5 letter words made from concem:

nemco, comen, cenco.

3 letter words made from concem:

com, con, ecc, eon, mon, ceo, neo, men, ecm, one, nec.

4 letter words made from concem:

come, moen, omne, omen, nome, cone, once, meno, meon, coen, eccm, noce.

6 letter words made from concem:


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