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Correct spelling for CONCURRANT

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  • concordant The fact that each maritime State has a right to legislate for its own vessels gives it a share in keeping up a certain order on the Open Sea. And such order has been turned into a more or less general order since the large maritime States have concurrently made more or less concordant laws for the conduct of their vessels on the Open Sea.
  • concurrence I have alsoe my owne little Catechising, after a humbler Sorte, in the Kitchen, and some poore Folk to relieve and console, with my Husband's Concurrence and Encouragement.
  • concurrent Anyhow, time was of the essence of the contract, so we drew up a concurrent resolution, and she got a Republican and a Democrat to introduce it together, and it slid along on its way to Washington within forty-eight hours; she and a Mrs. Platt worked it together.
  • concurrently The labor legislation hereinafter referred to should concurrently be enacted into law.
  • concurring And by concurring in those sent from the Providence and Erie Conferences, and at the same time re-affirming her own, which was going the circuit of the other Conferences, she hoped to see some one of them reach the approaching General Conference, with the recommendation of a sufficient number of the Annual Conferences, to make it a law at once on the action of that body.
  • congruent This overlap is congruent with the observation that relatives of probands with schizophrenia are at higher risk for bipolar disorder and vice versa.
  • Concurred This could only have been because she concurred in their tribute, even qualified, and indeed "the English style" of the gentleman-perhaps by instant contrast to the American-was what had had the arresting power.
  • Concurrency SR 14 leaves the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area west of Maryhill, where the highway intersects its spur route and US 97, forming a short concurrency with the latter.
  • lookings He began to have occasional lookings-backward to Burrell Court and the respectability it represented.
  • lookouted
  • lookouting

244 words made from the letters concurrant

5 letter words made from concurrant:

curra, roura, caton, arnor, coura, orant, corru, tanon, otrar, rutan, tauon, crunt, raron, traun, nutan, runan, truan, ouran, urton, nutro, turon, urano, autor, turco, canut, octan, conca, ronca, canon, taroc, rauno, cutan, carno, tocca, turca, cantu, court, ortac, arcot, tauno, otaru, tanur, taruc, tauco, curto, nacco, rocta, unrar, torna, torun, untar, naunt, naron, canot, craun, tanno, acorn, tocar, rocca, cotan, runco, cuora, nurra, rotan, turno, carco, uarco, coact, count, cuota, runar, curta, canor, croat, roran, tannu, runon, nanto, truco, auror, racon, canno, unnao, occur, crato, corra, tronc, carro, actor, ranon, corta, tanco, conta, annur, canto, croan, uraco, rocan, tonna, ranco, corna, norra, ruano, cornu, corca, accnt, nanur, nunca, craon.

3 letter words made from concurrant:

oct, roc, run, con, cat, nut, utc, uta, ton, uca, crt, tau, act, oca, rna, tar, not, orr, cot, ant, ron, art, cur, tan, rat, car, out, rut, rot, cut, oat, tun, nun, otc, tor, cro, nan, can, arc, uro, oar, nrc, urn, anu, tao.

4 letter words made from concurrant:

cuan, cran, ruta, naur, nano, trna, cocu, rano, cora, runo, rant, conn, ratu, runa, narn, curt, nuno, rotc, coua, ruto, taco, runt, narc, uaoc, nonu, nato, roan, torn, tarn, rout, aoun, noua, corn, crau, nrna, tuno, onca, cnnc, nurr, ourn, tuna, utca, nuon, nunc, orca, noun, cart, taou, rota, roar, coca, urcc, taro, torr, raun, rort, nout, nuoc, aunt, unco, naor, norn, tour, auto, auro, norr, arno, turn, taon, octa, raut, onur, cant, toun, coat, urna, urca, cuon, cron, turo, oran, cnut, nona, utor, tuor, nuta, cunt, atun, nuna, utan.

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