Correct spelling for CONFURRING

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Possible correct spellings for confurring

  • Confirming(Definition of confirming)
  • To-day, observation will give us one detail; to-morrow, it will give us a second, suggesting fresh points of view; as our visits multiply, a new fact is each time added to the sum total of the acquired data, confirming those which come before or directing our thoughts along unsuspected paths.

  • Conferring
  • These noble persons have lost no time in conferring upon me that sort of honor which it is alone within their competence, and which it is certainly most congenial to their nature and their manners, to bestow.

  • Concurring
  • After long and patient consideration of the case, in 1857, the decision of the court was pronounced in an elaborate and exhaustive opinion, delivered by chief-justice taney-a man eminent as a lawyer, great as a statesman, and stainless in his moral reputation-seven of the nine judges who composed the court, concurring in it.

  • Conjuring(Definition of conjuring)
  • All the brother was in his letter to edwin, conjuring him to prove his affection for his friend by quietly abiding at home till they should meet again in scotland.

  • Conquering
  • At this moment cerizet with a lively and all-conquering air, entered the room.

  • Conforming
  • I was still standing in the court of the hotel, almost barefoot, and thinking of the prosperous condition of the owner of a dozen shirts, and other things conforming, when mr. hill came over and introduced himself; and telling me that his house was the house of every american, asked me to waive ceremony and bring my luggage over at once.

  • Confuting(Definition of Confuting)
  • But she was too warmly interested in confuting alban to notice it.

  • Confusing(Definition of confusing)
  • Her english, as she learned it from billy, was sometimes confusing.