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Correct spelling for CONSEQUIS
We think the word consequis 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 consequis
- Consequence(Definition of consequence)
- Conscious(Definition of conscious)
- Couscous(Definition of couscous)
- Concuss(Definition of concuss)
"for myself, personally-i tell you frankly-i cannot bring myself to believe a word of this story, so far as it concerns meynell.
Grinding mirrors by day, concerts and oratorios in the evening, star-gazing at night.
A lofty altar, decked with superstitious prodigality, conceals the holy pile from profane glances.
The frenchman conceives that justice is done to him, according to his own notions thereof.
however, almond concedes that "a year later i played the album and loved it.
Lamb says, "his conceits are oftentimes deeply steeped in human feeling and passion."
Still pushing strenuously forward, on october 4 he launched the first volume of his organ concertos with the publisher walsh, and on the 7th he took to him his seven trios or sonatas in two parts, with bass, opus 5. for those who know these joyful works, which dominate like two colossi the two oratorios of victory, this superhuman effort had the effect of a force of nature, like a field which breaks into flower in a single night of springtime.