Correct spelling for CONCITERD

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Possible correct spellings for conciterd

  • Conceited(Definition of conceited)
  • I won the prize, and i was as conceited as you please, with all the other mill boys envying me, and seein', at last, some use in the way i was always singing.

  • Considered(Definition of considered)
  • She paused, and considered.

  • Consisted
  • It consisted of a large cage fastened to a cart, which was drawn by a comfortable-looking donkey.

  • Connoted(Definition of Connoted)
  • The form of the name declares that, happen what will, it is to denote an infima species; and that, therefore, the properties which it connotes, and which are expressed in the definition, are to be connoted by it no longer than while we continue to believe that those properties, when found together, indicate a kind, and that the whole of them are found in no more than one kind.

  • Coincided
  • By a curious coincidence, though each had seen much of warfare, their campaigns had never coincided.

  • Conceived
  • And i had no counsel or aid except my own; but i knew that i had never done or conceived any treacherous act toward my lady, so i cried out, as one beside herself, and without the advice of any one, that i would present in my own defence one knight who should fight against three.

  • Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
  • Now he had in his train many honourable gentlemen, who, in the long waging of war, had gained such great honour and renown that all who saw them and consorted with them deemed themselves fortunate.

  • Concerted(Definition of concerted)
  • As yet, there has been no concerted action on the part of the white people to stop mob violence.

  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • "but, great heaven, man, consider what you've said.

  • Conceded(Definition of conceded)
  • "oh, i think some parts of it are fine," conceded davy.

  • Concert(Definition of concert)
  • Mass and dinner in his bed as before; then he was carried to madame de maintenon's; he played with the ladies there, and afterwards there was a grand concert.

  • Incited
  • Lady wendula had remembered these letters, and when she spoke of them he replied that since he had partially verified what the t and st had announced to people concerning his character, and to which the letters had themselves incited him, he no longer needed them.