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Correct spelling for CONSITENCY
We think the word consitency 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 consitency
- Consistence(Definition of consistence)
- Consistency(Definition of consistency)
- Constancy(Definition of constancy)
- Constituency(Definition of constituency)
- Conscience(Definition of conscience)
Clear soups must be perfectly transparent, thickened soups about the consistence of cream; the latter will require nearly double the quantity of seasoning, but too much spice makes it unwholesome.
Giuseppe brought back from the post, among other matters, a letter for constance.
No. what i have always admired in your character, lucy, is a firm, logical consistency; a clearness of mental vision that leaves no side of a subject unsearched; and an unwavering constancy of purpose.
And thou, her brother, who art of kindred spirit; who art supported by philosophy, and exalted by religion, so that thy constancy cannot be shaken or overthrown by the black and ominous swell of trouble which is increasing and closing around thee, i know that thou wilt outlive the storm-and yet it rocks thee!
Dick royson was far too distinguished looking to suit the requirements of the podgy member for a county constituency, a legislator who hoped to score in parliament by getting the yellow books of the french chamber translated for his benefit.
You have got no lady mabel to trouble your conscience."