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Correct spelling for CONFURSE
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Possible correct spellings for confurse
- Confess(Definition of confess)
- Concourse(Definition of concourse)
- Confuse(Definition of confuse)
- Converse(Definition of converse)
- Confused(Definition of confused)
- Contuse(Definition of contuse)
- Confute(Definition of confute)
- Convulse(Definition of convulse)
He should see that his father had, after all, done some things better than he, and that he ought to confess his mistake.
As these modifications and associations are of the greatest import for the final elaboration of the personality, composing as they do the elements of the unconscious which confers the unique stamp of normal, abnormal, supernormal, or subnormal, it is worth while now to review the most general of the determining laws.
A misnomer confuses all argument.
He confutes the sadducees, shews which is the first commandment in the law and puzzles the pharisees.
A yell of laughter from the crowd greeted this occurrence, and jack floated back on the recoiling waves of his chagrin till he was hidden in the dense concourse, and the uppermost thought in his mind found forcible expression in the three monosyllables: "hang the luck!"
The secret of this was their general extraordinary success, which made them confuse their strength with their hopes.
The conifers are not dicotyledons: their seeds contain numerous cotyledons, up to twenty in number, and the whole plant, and especially the reproductive system, belongs to a lower stage of development.
Among all the men with whom field came in frequent converse, the late lamented general alexander c. mcclurg was the last to succumb to the engaging tormentor.
It was a faint confused sound, and we stood at the edge of the bank listening, when suddenly from behind us sprang out a dozen men, and before we had time to draw a sword we were cut down.
"incredibile est, deum illis verbis ad populum fuisse locutum quibus deciperetur," is a verdict in which, for once, jesuit casuistry concurs with the healthy moral sense of all mankind.
You must be introduced to him-has promised to tie a cord across the pavement at the corner, from the lamp-post to a door-scraper; and we have made a careful estimate that, out of every half-dozen people who pass, six will fall down, four cut their faces more or less arterially, and two contuse their foreheads.
Such critics lose sight of the fact that, in the first place, none of those who know anything want to confute or convince sceptics, or trouble themselves in the slightest degree about the sceptic's attitude one way or the other; and in the second, they fail to understand how much better it is for that sceptic that he should gradually grow into an intellectual appreciation of the facts of nature, instead of being suddenly introduced to them by a knock-down blow, as it were.
And, sacrificial, in the world's convulse put up its lips to be by britain kissed.