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Spell check of conviction

Correct spelling: conviction

faith, eye, thought, strong belief, execration, notion, confidence, doctrine, idea, feeling, bar, certain, blame, doom, self-esteem, credence, damning, self-confidence, dogma, condemnation, self-assessment, credit, time, certainty, disapprobation, call for, mind, impression, judgment, assurance, belief, credendum, sentence, curse, temerity, irrefutability, stand, cocksureness, surety, pride, postulate, sentiment, acquit, philosophy, reliance, award, view, death sentence, satisfaction, trust, stance, creed, self-assurance, tenet, composure, article of faith, charge, citation, doubtlessness, assuredness, principle, chutzpah, audacity, prison term, verdict, opinion, positiveness, face, persuasion, judgment of conviction, annul, viewpoint, acquittal, attitude, assent, certitude, position, sureness, punishment, reputation, death penalty.

distrust, misgiving, acquittal, dissent, suspicion, incertitude, indecisiveness, infidelity, uncertainty, doubt, denial, disbelief, fact, irresolution, rejection, unbelief, skepticism, incredulity, truth, hesitancy, anxiety, mistrust, concern, hesitation.

Examples of usage:

1) He has, it is true, a perfect conviction that he is out of his depth; but whether he be in five fathom water or fifty, he doesn't know; and, what 's stranger, he doesn'tcare! - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) This conviction is enough. - "A Key to Lord Tennyson's 'In Memoriam'", Alfred Gatty.

3) There were no tears in Helen's eyes, only a quiet conviction in her voice which indicated a strength of character much like her father's. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.