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Correct spelling for CONFORNTED

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Possible correct spellings for confornted

  • Confined(Definition of confined)
  • It was impossible for them any longer to claim that they were an active order if they confined themselves entirely to the abbey.

  • Convoluted(Definition of convoluted)
  • An examination of the shells may at first seem rather puzzling, for the spire is concealed, and the whole is convoluted in such a manner as to make the mouth long and narrow, with a channel at either end. the outer lip is also thickened and bent inward, and there is no operculum.

  • Confounded(Definition of confounded)
  • A confounded thing to trifle thus humoursomely with such a gentleman's moments!

  • Confronted
  • He opened it, and confronted jeff durgin.

  • Confidante(Definition of confidante)
  • He knew that mrs. hannaford understood what was in his mind, and he felt pleased to have her for a silent confidante.

  • Contented(Definition of contented)
  • "take a seat;" and mr. saul suggested the arm-chair, but harry contented himself with one of the others.

  • Confounds
  • Yet, in his own definitions and explanations, he frequently confounds these very things which he declares to be so widely different as not even to have a "necessary connexion."

  • Converted
  • Shall we assume that they are not only less angry but quite gentle, and that they have been converted and for very shame, if for no other reason, cannot refuse to come to terms?

  • Convened
  • The communication of the earl of hillsborough to the several governors, was laid before the respective assemblies as they convened, in terms implying an intention to renounce the imposition, in future, of any taxes in america.

  • Conflated
  • Samarin noted armstrong conflated tone and intonation for the most part; he claimed this led to "exaggerated complexities" in her description, particularly with respect to the final intonational fall in interrogatives.

  • Consented
  • He consented, but the trial never came to anything but words.

  • Confuted(Definition of Confuted)
  • Nothing could be briefer than the glance that i fixed upon this apparition; yet there was room enough for the vague conception to suggest itself, that the dying man had started from his bed and was approaching me. this belief was, at the same instant, confuted, by the survey of his form and garb.

  • Confound(Definition of confound)
  • God the tyrant's hope confound!

  • Confided
  • "yesterday," reports p. d. p., "he confided to me that he had some thirty below zero stuff."

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