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Spell Check of confidence

Correct spelling: confidence

Definition of confidence:

  1. A firm trust; trust in self, or self- reliance; object of trust; assurance of safety; boldness.

Common misspellings for confidence:

  • confidance (23%)
  • confindence (10%)
  • confedence (8%)
  • cofidence (6%)
  • confidense (5%)
  • confiedence (3%)
  • convidence (3%)
  • confience (2%)
  • confadence (2%)
  • confidnece (2%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for confidence:

  1. I, as a young girl, was not in the full confidence of my parents. "The Rough Road" , William John Locke.
  2. Of course we put every confidence in her; and whether she has a line or not, she is settled with all the same. "Second Shetland Truck System Report" , William Guthrie.

Quotes for confidence:

  1. A terrorist nuclear detonation in a western city would destroy all economic confidence. - John Bruton
  2. I emphasize... that the Harrimans showed great courage and loyalty and confidence in us, because three or four of us were really running the business, the day to day business. - Prescott Bush
  3. If you have confidence you have patience. Confidence, that is everything. - Ilie Nastase
  4. Concentration, Confidence, Competitive urge, Capacity for enjoyment. - Arnold Palmer
  5. The strongest bank in the United States will last only so long as the people will have sufficient confidence in it to keep their money there. - Carter G. Woodson

Rhymes for confidence:

  1. overconfidence.
  2. self-confidence.

Idioms for confidence:

  1. repose trust/ confidence/ hope in sb/ sth
  2. vote of confidence
  3. take sm into one's confidence
  4. have confidence in sm