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Correct spelling for CONDURING
We think the word conduring 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 conduring
- Cantering(Definition of cantering)
- Enduring(Definition of enduring)
- Conjuring(Definition of conjuring)
While the opinion of the court, by chief justice taney, in the dred scott case, and the separate opinions of all the concurring judges expressly declare that the constitution of the united states neither permits congress nor a territorial legislature to exclude slavery from any united states territory, they all omit to declare whether or not the same constitution permits a state, or the people of a state, to exclude it.
It is useless wondering why this should have been.
"i like the calm, conquering voices of the prophets better....
It will be such fun cantering there and back this delightful summer weather.
Travel through unknown forests, enduring hunger and thirst.
It was this parcel jan stood there pondering over.
His own dexterity in conjuring with heroic names is at least as marvellous as milton's.
Men came up to him condoling with him, telling him that he was well rid of a great nuisance, that the present members for the chelsea districts would not sit long, or that there would be another general election in a year or two.