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Correct spelling for CONCLING
We think the word concling 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 concling
- Concealing(Definition of concealing)
- Connecting(Definition of connecting)
- Concluding(Definition of concluding)
- Congealing(Definition of Congealing)
- Consoling(Definition of consoling)
- Conjoin(Definition of conjoin)
- Jangling(Definition of jangling)
- Cackling(Definition of Cackling)
All the same, other drifts concurring, i think that he fled by the lisbon ship!
When satisfied that he was unobserved, he again passed up its shallow bed around the concealing rock, and sought his hiding-place on the mountain-side.
Concluding they had gone down over the rim, i dismounted and kicked off my chaps, and taking my rifle and camera, hurried to look the place over.
Hearing domestic hens cackling around the houses, i bade timoteo tell the priest that we were very hungry, and that if he killed two chickens for us i would give him a beautiful gift later on.
The generals' putsch in april 1961, aimed at canceling the governments negotiations with the fln, marked the turning point in the official attitude toward the algerian war.
They must wish and not wish; they must not give, and certainly must not withhold, encouragement-and so it goes on, each precept cancelling the last, and most of them negative.