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Correct spelling for CONVILUTED
We think the word conviluted is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for conviluted
- Convoluted(Definition of convoluted)
- Confuted(Definition of Confuted)
They returned, and consulted with mountain.
And the heavy-visaged man, whose humour had again and again conciliated a house which his coarse invective had offended, once more turned from one to the other.
"then you must be in love," her brother concluded.
another possibility is that the (first) scribe responsible for the text conflated them: at the beginning of the poem, there is a character called beowulf (not the beowulf of the title) who appears in the family tree of scyld scefing; this "beowulf" is frequently changed to "beow".
The skull has a longer face and a nearly enclosed orbit, and the brain-case is fuller and more capacious, the internal cast of which shows that the brain was richly convoluted.
The great difficulty of the former method, a method certainly in itself reasonable and efficacious, arose from the necessity of receiving informations from the meanest and most profligate of the people, who were often tempted to lay hold of the opportunities which that law put into their hands, of relieving their wants, or gratifying their resentment; and very frequently intimidated the innocent by threats of accusations, which were not easily to be confuted.
Those who think they have been converted are satisfied with this past experience, and believe themselves christians on the strength of it.
Running up to the housekeeper, she clasped her arms about her convulsed form.
Well, here it is: he was arrested, tried, convicted, deprived of his rank and everything...
Even christ himself bore this badge of a reformer, simply because he uttered truths which conflicted with the established religion of the church of his day. and shall i repine because i am called insane for the same reason?