Correct spelling for CONFLICED

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Possible correct spellings for confliced

  • Conflate(Definition of conflate)
  • The eyüp sultan mosque in istanbul, turkey, holds the tomb of abu ayyub al-ansari, a companion of prophet muhammad, not the biblical/quranic job (ayyub in arabic, eyüp in turkish), though some locals tend to conflate the two.

  • Conflict(Definition of conflict)
  • These two loves, then, one so earthly, one so heavenly, but both so sweet, every now and then seemed to her to be in slight conflict in her heart.

  • Confused(Definition of confused)
  • I had also a confused impression that russia was beaten and the war over.

  • Conflated
  • The baldwin effect has been confused with, and sometimes conflated with, a different evolutionary theory also based on phenotypic plasticity, c.

  • Convalesced(Definition of Convalesced)
  • Confessed
  • "i have always loved the moon," she confessed.

  • Canalized
  • Wide water-communications are afforded by the thames, and the kennet is in part canalized, to form the eastern portion of the kennet and avon canal system, connecting with the bristol avon above bath.

  • Conflicted
  • We are thus compelled to insist that whatever modifications may have been made in the original levitical law, they cannot have been, according to the testimony of our lord, such as in any way conflicted with his affirmation of its mosaic origin and its inspired authority.

  • Convinced(Definition of convinced)
  • She could not explain, but that something had come behind her, and that this something had touched her, she was convinced; and she added: "i do believe it was john i saw the other night.

  • Conflates
  • The friends of suburban bristol railways (fosbr) conflates the terms greater bristol and suburban bristol.

  • Convulsed