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Correct spelling for CONCQERD
We think the word concqerd 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 concqerd
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Concert(Definition of concert)
- Concur(Definition of concur)
- Concerto(Definition of concerto)
- Conquer(Definition of conquer)
- Cocked(Definition of Cocked)
- Conger(Definition of conger)
- Concord(Definition of concord)
That is, as all must concede, there are revealed truths belonging to the category.
And in the evening i'm running an open-air concert at high shale with ashcott."
The president can only make treaties, "provided two-thirds of senators present" concur.
Edgar, however, like a true politician, concurred with the prevailing party; and he even indulged them in pretensions, which, though they might, when complied with, engage the monks to support royal authority during his own reign, proved afterwards dangerous to his successors, and gave disturbance to the whole civil power.
I have written a concerto, the first and last movements of which are very passionate.
What sayest thou now, epicurus? wilt thou get thee up betimes in the morning, and go to the theatre to hear the harpers and flutists play? but if a theophrastus discourse at the table of concords, or an aristoxenus of varieties, or if an aristophanes play the critic upon homer, wilt thou presently, for very dislike and abhorrence, clap both thy hands upon thy ears? and do they not hereby make the scythian king ateas more musical than this comes to, who, when he heard that admirable flutist ismenias, detained then by him as a prisoner of war, playing upon the flute at a compotation, swore he had rather hear his own horse neigh? and do they not also profess themselves to stand at an implacable and irreconcilable defiance with whatever is generous and becoming? and indeed what do they ever embrace or affect that is either genteel or regardable, when it hath nothing of pleasure to accompany it? and would it not far less affect a pleasurable way of living, to abhor perfumes and odors, like beetles and vultures, than to shun and abhor the conversation of learned, critics and musicians? for what flute or harp ready tuned for a lesson, or
The journal officiel contains a decree ordering the statue of strasburg, on the place de la concorde, to be replaced by one in bronze.
A sea of upturned eager faces surrounded the spot, and as the hero appeared thousands of cocked hats were waved, while ladies fluttered their white handkerchiefs.
In 1852 hawthorne returned to concord and bought the "wayside" property, which he retained until his death.