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Possible correct spellings for consdn

  • Concede(Definition of concede)
  • All must concede that no one was more deserving, or better entitled to the prize, than our respected soldier.

  • Coonskin
  • The pickaninny's eyes were stretched wide when he saw the strange figure in coonskin cap and moccasins running down on him, his face almost blanched with terror, and he loosed his hold and, with a cry of fright, rolled back out of sight.

  • Concern(Definition of concern)
  • But the englishman was no concern of mine.

  • Johnson(Definition of Johnson)
  • 1851 e. macnaghten, first trinity, and f. w. johnson, third trinity.

  • Condign(Definition of condign)
  • Whereas {082}a most abominable gang, have caused to be published and promulgated throughout the nation a description of the infirmities and necessities of our nature, of which decorum forbids the mention; and also gross and inflaming allusions to the intercourse between the sexes, and wanton and shocking exposures relating thereto; to the destruction of youthful innocence, to the shame and disgust of matron modesty, and to the horror of all heads of families: it is therefore proposed to call an immediate meeting, for the purpose of considering the best mode of preventing an increase of this dreadful contamination, and of securing the ringleaders of the conspiracy, and bringing them to condign punishment.

  • Consign(Definition of consign)
  • Randolph leffingwell lived long enough to be taken back to nice, and to consign his infant daughter and sundry other unsolved problems to his brother tom.

  • Consider(Definition of consider)
  • And to be frank, i consider you the most vulgar person i have ever met.

  • Contain(Definition of contain)
  • This i conjecture to contain an illusion to the name of the supposed author; but whether de mocritus, de mosthenes, or de moivre was intended, i am not willing to decide.

  • Johnston
  • His instructions were to hold johnston in the valley, while mcdowell advanced against beauregard.

  • Jonson(Definition of jonson)
  • This completed our danger; had it not been for that exclamation, bess might, in the uncertain vision of drowsiness, have passed over the third person, and fancied it was only myself and jonson, in our way from dawson's apartment; but no sooner had her ear caught the sound, than she started up, and sat erect on her bed, gazing at us in mingled wrath and astonishment.

  • Consort(Definition of consort)
  • With snoring only he'll awake thee, but i with ravishing delight wou'd make thy senses dance in consort with the joyful minutes-ha?

  • Conceding(Definition of conceding)
  • The transcendentalists gave it their countenance to some extent, to a man and a woman, conceding the truth of its idea even when criticising the details of its application.

  • Condone(Definition of condone)
  • These be that tribe of rogues and rascals whom our good lord hates, the race on whom alone in wrath he uttered that tremendous doom, though every other fault he could condone: ye whited sepulchers, ye living tomb, fire on the surface, in the soul a stone! why will ye wash the outside of the platter? first cleanse your heart-that is the graver matter!

  • Constant(Definition of constant)
  • So that, in this awful hour, rosalind was the only friend who drew near her with affection; and most tender and constant was the care she bestowed upon her.

  • Consent(Definition of consent)
  • He explained his orders and vowed that his honor held him there in howrah until miss mcclean should consent to come away.

16 words made from the letters consdn

3 letter words made from consdn:

con, cos, doc, dos, nsc, cns, sod, nod, don, son, scd.

4 letter words made from consdn:

nods, cons, conn, donc.

5 letter words made from consdn:

conns.
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