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Correct spelling for CONFINSE
We think the word confinse 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 confinse
- Confuse(Definition of confuse)
- Condense(Definition of condense)
- Convince(Definition of convince)
- Confines(Definition of confines)
- Confine(Definition of confine)
- Confined(Definition of confined)
Marching towards him, with all their loads of coffins white.
That would only confuse him-and matters were confused enough as they stood.
The vapor will finally condense into falling oceans.
He remained but a few seconds-long enough to convince me he also saw and recognized; but it was as if i had been looking at him for years and had known him always.
She related nothing, but she allowed herself to be questioned and cross-questioned, reporting by degrees and with the most innocent face in the world all that had been noticed during the last few days, with this difference alone that she transferred the scene of action to janowo, the great neighbouring estate which lay on the confines of wilicza.
I have always had my opinion of women who spill their souls out of an ink-bottle, but i ought to pardon a nihilist, that in the dead of night, cold with terror, confides some awful appointment he has had made him, to his nearest friend.
Let me catch breath and see, what is this confine either side of me?
Here george fox was confined.
Hicks, t. h., governor of maryland, 34; proclamation of, 40; speech before excited public, 56; writes to lincoln not to pass troops through baltimore, 57, 61; suggests mediation between north and south by lord lyons, 76; convenes general assembly, 79; letter to e. h. webster, 128.