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Correct spelling for CONSINDER
We think the word consinder 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 consinder
- Consent(Definition of consent)
- Confined(Definition of confined)
- Continued(Definition of continued)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Consign(Definition of consign)
Why do you consent to bear my name?"
The king consented to this proposal, and, in spite of rymenhild's grief, horn immediately bade her farewell, and with his whole army embarked for suddene, this time accompanied by athulf, but leaving the rest of his comrades for the protection of his wife.
Indeed, they took rather too much care of those which i had already given them, by keeping them continually confined, for fear of losing them in the woods.
Bondarenko was fourth in the all-around at the 2000 european championships leading into the 2000 olympics and was considered a good contender for several medals in the olympics.
Oh, my dear, if we had only continued to be the good friends we started out to be, perhaps you'd let me help you now.
Let us consider that a moment.
The captain stated that i had fallen overboard in the gale, and that he had in consequence returned, the vessel not being consigned to any house at corfu.
He at length, therefore, bravely resolved to consign over heartfree to his fate, though it cost him more struggling than may easily be believed, utterly to conquer his reluctance, and to banish away every degree of humanity from his mind, these little sparks of which composed one of those weaknesses which we lamented in the opening of our history.