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Correct spelling for CONCORE
We think the word concore 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 concore
- Concur(Definition of concur)
- Conjure(Definition of conjure)
- Concourse(Definition of concourse)
- Encore(Definition of encore)
- Concave(Definition of concave)
- Concord(Definition of concord)
- Conjurer(Definition of conjurer)
So we came into the great beautiful place de la concorde; and what a wide and magnificent waste it was.
He says that if he should concur with the king, he should be a flatterer; that if he should fail to express his own opinion, he should be a traitor.
Guinea general assessment: inadequate system of open-wire lines, small radiotelephone communication stations, and new microwave radio relay system domestic: conakry reasonably well served; coverage elsewhere remains inadequate and large companies tend to rely on their own systems for nationwide links; combined fixed and mobile-cellular teledensity is about 2 per 100 persons international: country code - 224; satellite earth station - 1 intelsat (atlantic ocean)
By this right hand i do beseech you, by your better angel, by your tried faith, by her forlorn condition, i do conjure you, put her not away, nor leave her to distress.
Great concourse of commanders here this morning to take leave of my lord upon his going into the nazeby, so that the table was full, so there dined below many commanders, and mr. creed, who was much troubled to hear that he could not go along with my lord, for he had already got all his things thither, thinking to stay there, but w. howe was very high against it, and he indeed did put him out, though everybody was glad of it.
Anyway, he staggered into his room, and although he could hear the audience outside in their wild, tumultuous encore, he refused to come before the curtain, but locked his door and sobbed himself to sleep, how often do we forget the finer feelings of others and ignore their sorrow while we revel in some great joy.
The wall shows prominent ridges or rings, the toe may be concave, thick and long and the sole less arched than usual, or convex.
He is mainly occupied in merely removing the obstacles which hinder the free and unembarrassed action of those about him; and he concurs with their movements rather than takes the initiative himself.
Serious, modest, and even-tempered, she was likewise endowed with beauty and virtue, and she brought into the family and into its struggles a spirit of concord, serenity of mind, and sweet reasonableness, though they could not always prevail against the violent passions and clashing interests of those about her.
He drew from life the country gentleman, the squire, the parson, the pedantic schoolmaster who was regarded as half conjurer, the yeoman or farmer, the dairy maids, the sweet english girls, the country louts, shepherds, boors, and fools.