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How to spell CONCIUS correctly?

If you meant to type "concius" but it's incorrect, consider these possible alternatives: "conscious", "concise" or "consciousness". "Conscious" refers to being aware or awake. "Concise" means expressing ideas effectively with few words. "Consciousness" refers to the state of being aware of one's surroundings and sensations.

List of suggestions on how to spell concius correctly

  • conceits She was not fooled by his flowery conceits, and saw through to his true intentions.
  • conchs I found several conchs on the beach and decided to bring them home as souvenirs.
  • concise She gave a concise summary of the book in just three sentences.
  • concurs The witness concurs with the statement made by the prosecutor.
  • concuss The impact caused her to concuss and fall to the ground.
  • confucius The philosopher Confucius is famous for his teachings on ethics and morals.
  • Conics Conics is a branch of geometry that focuses on the study of curves and their properties.
  • conscious The conscious mind is what we use to think, feel, and remember.
  • councils The local councils work together to improve the community.
  • Mencius He is known as the author of the Mencius, a book of teachings on Confucian ideals.

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