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Correct spelling for COUNSE
We think the word counse 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 counse
For my part, i had a mind to go back to cannes and start for a ramble among the esterel.
Blucher pricked up his ears at the tones, however subdued, of his rider's voice, which he well knew; but his uneasiness continued; and, just when our young traveller, began to feel some impatience at his restiffness and coyness, a shrill whistle which rang through the forest, from the copse in front, seemed at once to determine the correctness of sense in the animal, and the sort of beast which had occasioned his anxieties.
Then the ribbon went into a revolving cone, which twisted it on itself.
That the bark of the same tree is useful for making "a blacke dye for the courser sorts of things," and that the leaves put under the bare feet of travellers are "a great refreshing unto them."
His counsel was, that she should say nothing.
It was a lovely sight to see so many of this class under a course of religious and useful instruction.
If he were not content with the gold which he had for himself, he should curse the day that he had tried to keep other people from getting the gold that they wanted for themselves.
They give their lives gladly for your cause.
"'tis more like to bring a curse upon the soul who buried it," said parson jones, "and it may be a blessing to him who finds it.