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Concinnate (v. t.) To place fitly together; to adapt; ...
Concinnity (n.) Internal harmony or fitness; mutual adaptation of ...
Concinnous (a.) Characterized by concinnity; neat; elegant. ...
Concionate (v. i.) To preach. ...
Concionator (n.) An haranguer of the people; a preacher. ...
Concionator (n.) A common councilman. ...
Concionatory (a.) Of or pertaining to preaching or public ...
Concise (a.) Expressing much in a few words; condensed; ...
Concisely (adv.) In a concise manner; briefly. ...
Conciseness (n.) The quality of being concise. ...
 
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