What is the correct spelling for CONULT?

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Correct spellings for CONULT

  • cant "A' sort o' impudence," said Cubby, "is comprehended by that cant .
  • canute Wherefore, best for the small man to rule by the light of his own little sense, nor venture to count on the luck of great Canute ;-for luck but goes with the great."
  • clout For example, there was Your Excellency's savior in breech-clout.
  • cobalt A simple heat-gun, to the Darkovan ethical code, is as reprehensible as a super-cobalt planetbuster.
  • cold He had a bad cold in the head.
  • colt If you need eddication you want to see her astride of an unbroken colt .
  • condole You, dear John, seem the only fitting person for me to condole with, for you will miss him most tremendously.
  • conduit In the previous year he foretold the use of the Thames Tunnel as a railway conduit ; and his sketch of a zebra harnessed to a carriage in the streets of London was realised forty years later.
  • conflate
  • confute They therefore argue with them upon their own principles; and confute them from their own testimony.
  • consulate And then he went on miserably to figure first her slight surprise at his being gone so long; then her vague uneasiness and her conjectures; then her dawning apprehensions and her helplessness; her probable sending to the consulate to find out what had become of him; her dismay at learning nothing of him there; her waiting and waiting in wild dismay as the moments and hours went by; her frenzied running to the door at every step and her despair when it proved not his.
  • consult I 'm certain she 'd not consult me on the subject; I'm sure I'd never control her.
  • cornet Yes, but this is not as modern as that cornet -virtuoso Kipling, or as ancient as Tennyson, if you must know.
  • could And they could say nothing.
  • coulter Presently Coulter returned with the young English clerk of the office.
  • count We know all about it now, but that doesn't count .
  • county He must leave, because on the morrow he has to hold a Court in another part of the county .
  • couplet Into Boone's mind flashed a couplet : "The Emperor there in his box of state, looked grave as though he had just then seen The red flags fly from the city gates-where his eagles of bronze had been."
  • cult They will do nothing but justice in favouring with all their goodwill the young and brilliant writer who has but now revived their cult by renewing their glory.
  • jolt I wanted that ground next to Lee's, and I wanted to throw a jolt into Old Man Gale.
  • Can't "You see, you can't do it!
  • Conley The Countess inquired for the names and condition of the ladies, and was told that they sprang from Farmer Conley , a well-to-do son of the soil, who farmed about a couple of thousand acres between Fallow field and Beckley, and bore a good reputation at the county bank.
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49 words made from the letters CONULT