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Correct spelling for CONSIDEING
We think the word consideing 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 consideing
- Conceding(Definition of conceding)
- Confiding(Definition of confiding)
- Considering(Definition of Considering)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Consorting(Definition of Consorting)
Our neighbors, all over the united states have heard of faneuil hall; and, though, of late years, since we have had a race, or breed, of mayors, every one of whom has endeavored to be worthier or more conceding than his predecessor, faneuil hall has been converted into a sort of omnibus without wheels; yet the glory of its earlier, and of some, among its latter days, is made, thank god, of that unchangeable stuff, that will never shrink, and cannot fade.
The credulous and confiding are ever the dupes of knaves and impostors.
After the taking of the bastille, indications of the iron mask were sought for among the registers of this place of detention; but the largest book of records was sadly torn, and the folio numbered one hundred and twenty, coinciding with the year 1698, the epoch of the incarceration of the prisoner, had been taken away.
Hitherto i have spoken nothing but the truth, without considering whether the truth is in my favour or no.
It was perfectly round and about the size of a cherry, consisting of a small portion of pulp lying between the skin and the hard kernel.
As soon as i was dressed i went out, and having told the pastrycook to consider the gentleman who was coming as myself, i called on the tailor, who was delighted at my getting his wife work.
He told the usual cock-and-bull story about seeing booth in virginia, in 1863, consorting with the rebel officers and concocting the assassination of lincoln.