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Possible correct spellings for conjour
- candour But, without dwelling further on that, it is my duty to confess to you, in all candour and honesty, that the impression Miss Sherwin produced on me was such as to make me desire the privilege of becoming acquainted with her.
- concur Your Lordship will collect from these instructions that a general peace, in order to provide adequately for the tranquillity and independence of Europe, ought, in the judgment of His Majesty's Government, to confine France at least within the Pyrenees, the Alps, and the Rhine: and if the other Great Powers of Europe should feel themselves enabled to contend for such a Peace, Great Britain is fully prepared to concur with them in such a line of policy.
- condor Condor, 65:383-399, 3 figs.
- conger "Well, I have thought that 'bout the gashly conger, Master Dick, sir," said Josh; "but I don't know as it be.
- congo But we had not reached the latitude of Congo according to his map.
- conjoin AFFECTIONS which are merely derivations of the love, form the will, and make and compose it, 197. Every affection of love belongs to the will, for what a man loves, that he also wills, 196. Every affection has its delight, 272. Affections, with the thoughts thence derived, appertain to the mind, and sensations, with the pleasures thence derived, appertain to the body, 273. In the natural world, almost all are capable of being joined together as to external affections, but not as to internal affections, if these disagree and appear, 272. In the spiritual world all are conjoined as to internal affections, but not according to external, unless these act in unity with the internal, 273. The affections according to which wedlock is commonly contracted in the world, are external, 274; but in that case they are not influenced by internal affections, which conjoin minds, the bonds of wedlock are loosed in the house, 275. By internal affections are meant the mutual inclinations which influence the mind of each of the parties from heaven; whereas by external affections are meant the inclinations which influence the mind of each of the parties from the world, 277. The external affections by death follow the body, and are entombed with it, those only remaining which cohere with internal principles, 320. Women were created by the Lord affections of the wisdom of men, 56. Their affection of wisdom is essential beauty, 56. All the angels are affections of love in a human form, 42: the ruling affection itself shines forth from their faces; and from their affection, and according to it, the kind and quality of their raiment is derived and determined, 42.
- conjure The name, "Bonaparte," was still one wherewith to conjure, and that fact by itself made its thick-headed and impecunious bearers welcome in almost every land they might choose to visit.
- conker Betty Draper, on Mad Men, whom Don Draper affectionately refers to as "Birdie" Birdie the Early Bird, the first identifiably female McDonaldland character Birdy, in the Conker series Birdy, also known as Torii, a robotic pet in Gundam SEED and Gundam SEED Destiny Birdy, a Marvel Comics villain Birdy the Mighty
- conquer Was it possible she loved me, and was fighting, even as I, to conquer a passion that could never be realized?
- contour The conception is wholly Giorgionesque, but the hardness of contour and the comparative lack of quality in the touch betrays another and an inferior hand.
- CONJ ~Weght~, conj.
- macaronics Only a competent classical scholar can write good macaronics; only a good poet can write clever doggerel.
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