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Correct spelling for CONFERRRING

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Possible correct spellings for conferrring

  • Conquering
  • Conveying
  • Confirming(Definition of confirming)
  • Confining(Definition of confining)
  • Converting
  • Confessing
  • Confusing(Definition of confusing)
  • Conferrers
  • Cankering(Definition of Cankering)
  • "supposing, yorke, she had been educated (no women were educated in those days); supposing she had possessed a thoughtful, original mind, a love of knowledge, a wish for information, which she took an artless delight in receiving from your lips, and having measured out to her by your hand; supposing her conversation, when she sat at your side, was fertile, varied, imbued with a picturesque grace and genial interest, quiet flowing but clear and bounteous; supposing that when you stood near her by chance, or when you sat near her by design, comfort at once became your atmosphere, and content your element; supposing that whenever her face was under your gaze, or her idea filled your thoughts, you gradually ceased to be hard and anxious, and pure affection, love of home, thirst for sweet discourse, unselfish longing to protect and cherish, replaced the sordid, cankering calculations of your trade; supposing, with all this, that many a time, when you had been so happy as to possess your mary's little hand, you had felt it tremble as you held it, just as a warm little bird trembles when you take it from its nest; supposing you had noticed her shrink into the background on your entrance into a room, yet if you sought her in her retreat she welcomed you with the sweetest smile that ever lit a fair virgin face, and only turned her eyes from the encounter of your own lest their clearness should reveal too much; supposing, in short, your mary had been not cold, but modest; not vacant, but reflective; not obtuse, but sensitive; not inane, but innocent; not prudish, but pure,-would you have left her to court another woman for her wealth?"

  • Conforming
  • Confiding(Definition of confiding)
  • Conjuring(Definition of conjuring)
  • Conversing
  • Conferral
  • Cornering
  • Converging(Definition of converging)
  • Conferring
  • Conferred
  • Configuring
  • Convening
  • Covering(Definition of covering)
  • Inferring
  • Confuting(Definition of Confuting)
  • Contouring
  • Concurring
  • The ancient authorities concurring with these conclusions are so numerous and clear spoken that the great historian of gaul, amedee thierry, thinks that such a pure and mystic religion, joined to such a sublime philosophy, could not have been the product of the soil.

  • Countering
  • Conferrer(Definition of Conferrer)
  • Cantering(Definition of cantering)
  • Then fear bellowed in berkley's ear; but he had already clapped spurs to his horse, cantering out across the burning planking and straight into the smoke pall.

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