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Spell check of confound

Correct spelling: confound

get, vex, throw off, involve, correct, displace, maze, botch, obscure, shed, rattle, mess, abash, upset, dislocate, ripple, buffalo, dishevel, give, discombobulate, complicate, puzzle, contrive, falsify, rebut, play a joke on, hurl, roil, scatter, drink, pain, make, hold, have, disorient, play a trick on, toss, faze, booze, commingle, scramble, flurry, discredit, belie, fuddle, feelings, churn, befog, addle, whip, whisk, shake off, tousle, bedevil, debunk, throw, flummox, mortify, shoot down, muddle, chagrin, dizzy, cast, humiliate, tangle, dun, ruffle, jumble, switch, tamper, drop, discountenance, humble, misplace, frustrate, perturb, confute, cast off, meddle, bemuse, refute, fluster, muddy, torment, entangle, perplex, gravel, put off, trouble, blend, project, conflate, swirl, clutter, trick, dishearten, fob, befuddle, disturb, tumble, mix-up, mislay, shame, discomfit, bamboozle, blur, pull a fast one on, stump, nonplus, rummage, affect, disorder, daunt, rag, pose, disarrange, disconfirm, derange, discompose, crucify, flip, clear, rumple, capsize, embarrass, disconcert, mystify, stick, hash, agitate, snarl, mix, overawe, ferment, throw away, baffle, discomfort, thrust, bewilder, fox, obnubilate, convulse, roughen, mistake, beat, knowledge, disorganize, confuse, muss.

confirm, soothe, establish, console, enlighten, embolden, demonstrate, evince, verify, back, inspirit, record, adduce, relieve, comfort, distinguish, support, buttress, witness, document, show, encourage, attest, identify, assure, separate, buoy, cheer, certify, difference, inform, evidence, satisfy, differentiate, illustrate, reassure, animate, authenticate, hearten, prove, substantiate, uphold, calm, manifest, display, discriminate, validate, corroborate, rally.

Examples of usage:

1) " Confound it," he muttered, " I must go! - "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir", Charles Garvice.

2) No, I can't, confound it! - "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir", Charles Garvice.

3) Confound the insolent scoundrel! - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.