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Correct spelling for CONFLIST

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Possible correct spellings for conflist

  • Conflate(Definition of conflate)
  • ” the inquirer subsequently interviewed catholic democrats’ president steve krueger, and reported this exchange of views with archbishop chaput: “while there's nothing wrong with a catholic bishop being a republican or a democrat,” krueger said, “there's something eerily unsettling when the archbishops political affiliation and the teaching authority he rightfully claims conflate, so that he becomes more of a partisan political figure than a shepherd.

  • Convulsed
  • The emperor was convulsed with laughter.

  • Kingliest
  • My boy, the game that's big and bright, the game that stands all games above, and towers to such a glorious height, deserves the summit of your love! is this a time for dapper spats, when foes arrive to test our worth? beg pardon of your gloves and bats, and play the kingliest game on earth!

  • Novelist(Definition of novelist)
  • Be that as it may, there can be no doubt that the novelist very freely used many of the circumstances connected with her aunt's remarkable career.

  • Confessed
  • "to speak the truth," lilly confessed, "it did at first."

  • Conflict(Definition of conflict)
  • As long as we worked together with only africa in mind, there was no conflict.

  • Conflates
  • She thinks that celebrating book banning week conflates issues of book censorship in a public library versus a school library were actual cases of censorship are rather minimal.

  • Convulse(Definition of convulse)
  • She had sunk down into the chair, with her forehead pressed against the back; a shudder seemed to convulse her slight frame.

  • Confluent(Definition of confluent)
  • Following the range to the right for the distance of twenty-five miles, the eye rests upon that singular depression where, formed by the confluent streams of the madison, jefferson and gallatin, the mighty missouri commences its meanderings to the gulf.

  • Conflated
  • The narrative of la sales ballad becomes conflated with the name of tannhäuser in german folklore of the early 16th century.

  • Confused(Definition of confused)
  • To which question ester made no sort of answer, but sat looking confused, ashamed and annoyed all in one.

  • Conformist(Definition of conformist)
  • Mr. carey was a tall, portly personage who, from his bearing and costume might readily have been mistaken for a non-conformist minister of local importance.

  • Journalist(Definition of journalist)
  • The journalist shrugged his shoulders.

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