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Correct spelling for CONSIRED
We think the word consired 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 consired
- Consorted(Definition of Consorted)
- Conserved(Definition of conserved)
- Construe(Definition of construe)
- Tonsured(Definition of tonsured)
- Censured(Definition of censured)
- Consider(Definition of consider)
- Cornered(Definition of cornered)
- Considered(Definition of considered)
I spent several hours in a company commander's quarters while he censored letters which the men had submitted for transmission back home.
Faith was against this arrangement, because she foresaw that it would make them very late; but she yielded to the wishes of so many of her guests, consoled with the thought that she would be supported by some one on her left hand, who would be her support for life.
About four o'clock conrad came down for his usual afternoon row.
All the important monuments at or near delhi are now carefully conserved, lord curzon having organized effective arrangements for the purpose.
This they were pleased to do, but in spite of all their efforts nearly half of the town was consumed.
You shall construe for yourself.
There was my uncle's stern face still, just as i had conjured it up, and he was frowning.
Nor was his appearance prepossessing-one of froude's "tonsured peasants," as i looked down at the square shoulders, the stout, short figure and the broad beardlessness of the face of the padre.
He deserved to be censured for turning me adrift.
Do i understand i am to consider myself your prisoner?
Jeff was sitting on one side of her bed and cynthia on the other: she was looking at the sufferer's face, and she did not meet the glance of amusement which jeff turned upon her at being so fairly cornered.
Tom considered a moment.