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Correct spelling for INCOVNICENCE
We think the word incovnicence 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 incovnicence
- Inconstancy(Definition of inconstancy)
- Inconvenience(Definition of inconvenience)
- Incandescence(Definition of incandescence)
- Unconcerned(Definition of unconcerned)
- Unconcern(Definition of unconcern)
1. my ear feels it to be shakspearian; 2. the involved grammar is shakspearian;-'show thee, being a fool naturally, to have improved thy folly by inconstancy;' 3. the alteration is most flat, and un-shakspearian.
Halgrave might not perhaps be able to give change for it without inconvenience, but julia could get it changed next time she went into town.
What few brilliant specks of incandescence sped occasionally downward like vigor transmuted into swiftly fading stars from grenville's varied and over-eager strokes, either died on the air or missed their mark or struck it and found it uncongenial.
Perchance such thoughts as these caused babalatchi to send another mournful sigh into the trailing mists of the unconcerned pantai.
All he said was: "he's got a new situation," and whistling by way of showing his utter unconcern, he entered the shop, where a dirty child with its chin resting on the counter, was waiting to be served.
But the sovereign council of martinique, humbly represented to his majesty that great inconveniences might result from the execution of this law, by the impunity of many crimes, which could not be proved otherwise than by the testimony of slaves; and they prayed that such evidence might be received in all cases in which there should not be sufficient proof by free witnesses.