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Correct spelling for CONFIRMATED

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Possible correct spellings for confirmated

  • Conformed
  • When we have tried all ways to happiness, there is no such thing to be found but in a mind conformed to one's condition, whatever it be, and in not aiming at anything that is either impossible or improbable; all the rest is but vanity and vexation of spirit, and i durst pronounce it so from that little knowledge i have had of the world, though i had not scripture for my warrant.

  • Converted
  • But the course of action taken by pulteney against walpole converted the struggle into one of party against party, inside and outside of the house of commons.

  • Confirmatory(Definition of confirmatory)
  • What they saw there, and then, was confirmatory of the theory of the young scotchman; and convinced not only harry blount, but terence o'connor, that the stories of arab hospitality were not only untrue, but diametrically opposed to the truth.

  • Convicted
  • That he would be convicted and sentenced was as far from possibility as the skies from the earth.

  • Consummated
  • The monks endeavoured to appease them, and, seeking out the thirty spaniards, represented to them the great evil they were doing, and required them to leave the country; but the spaniards refused, and consummated their wickedness by telling the indians that the priests themselves had induced them to come into the country.

  • Conflated
  • A new anime tv series titled lostorage conflated wixoss, began airing in april 2018.

  • Confirmed(Definition of confirmed)
  • I do hope that in a day or two we may hear from you that the happy change was confirmed as time passed on.

  • Confuted(Definition of Confuted)
  • Farther argument of sokrates-the just man is happy, the unjust man miserable-thrasymachus is confuted and silenced.

  • Conformity(Definition of conformity)
  • For if it is admitted that human nature is always and everywhere the same, and that natural forces always and everywhere act in the same manner, religious beliefs are brought to the test of their conformity with present day knowledge of things and all claim to objective validity must be abandoned.

  • Confided
  • They wished to deceive her-to lead her to believe that the king had fully confided in them.

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