How to spell CONVIENCT correctly?
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List of suggestions on how to spell convienct correctly
- confined To these they are now confined.
- conflict For better or for worse, he would soon bring this conflict to an end.
- conjunct It is the difference between a wise man and a fool, that sapiens respicit ad plura, insipiens ad pauciora: a wise man looketh comprehensively to things as they are conjunct, and takes all together, and leaveth out nothing that is useful to his end; but a fool seeth one thing, and overseeth another which is necessary to the true knowledge or use of that which he seeth.
- convector Due to the rising warm air from convector heaters, warm air may accumulate at the ceiling of the room.
- convenient He was always looked at askance, and when any mischief came to light in the village, it was generally fastened on him as a convenient and handy scapegoat.
- convent Besides, the physician of the convent himself would most likely have betrayed it through a spirit of revenge.
- convergent The horns of the male are sub-triangular, much compressed laterally and posteriorly; in fact one may say concave at the sides, that is, from the base of the horn to about one half; transversely sulcated; curving outwards, and returning inward towards the face; points convergent.
- convict There's nobody you knew here, except the convict sergeant, and it is awfully hard to fill a letter home unless you have somebody to talk about.
- convinced "Now, he's convinced that he's the greatest Space Viking in history.
- Convened The chiefs of church and state are all convened To canvas, and compare their theories, And much of wisdom surely can be gleaned From these firm-visaged counsellors of his; And Montezuma[O] is the first to speak- His dark, sad eyes are beautifully bright; He was not philosophic like the Greek, And yet his words made glitter of the night:
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