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85 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[k_ɒ_n_f_j_uː_t_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n], [kɒnfjuːtˈe͡ɪʃən], [kɒnfjuːtˈe‍ɪʃən]
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Synonyms for Confutation:

confutation (noun) counter-evidence (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Confutation:

  • contation,
  • confereation,
  • convetntion,
  • confritation,
  • confertation,
  • confirtmation,
  • consituation,
  • contiuation,
  • concentation,
  • conatation,
  • confunsion,
  • conentation,
  • convasation,
  • candidation,
  • connontation,
  • confustion,
  • conversatyion,
  • conforntation,
  • genertation,
  • contitution,
  • confrantation,
  • converstation,
  • constution,
  • confimation,
  • cantation,
  • configartion,
  • consitution,
  • confortation,
  • consttution,
  • conotatation,
  • confornation,
  • conditition,
  • confrotation,
  • contiutation,
  • contuation,
  • confrintation,
  • confostion,
  • foundatation,
  • confortational,
  • consturtion,
  • consitition,
  • constaiution,
  • consotation,
  • confrentation,
  • conforsation,
  • confrotational,
  • conpitition,
  • convoerstation,
  • convrsation,
  • confotion,
  • consitiution,
  • configurtation,
  • consutation,
  • conversatation,
  • contstition,
  • condtition,
  • congifuration,
  • convosation,
  • confrountation,
  • configuartion,
  • confromtation,
  • confomation,
  • confusition,
  • configutation,
  • confrotations,
  • comfimation,
  • confertational,
  • confiuration,
  • converdation,
  • confition,
  • concultation,
  • comnicatetion,
  • consittution,
  • confirnation,
  • conontation,
  • cosnultation,
  • confaltion,
  • confontational,
  • convertsation,
  • convetnion,
  • confusision,
  • confusesion,
  • conferation,
  • confentation,
  • confirmtation,
  • confasation,
  • condeferation,
  • concertation,
  • configueation,
  • convertation,
  • conversitatios,
  • confusetion,
  • confirtation,
  • convertaion,
  • infautation,
  • convation,
  • convertations,
  • confidetial,
  • configuation,
  • confiration,
  • contatution,
  • cosultation,
  • conervation,
  • conmdition,
  • congratation,
  • confratation,
  • conpetition,
  • contuitution,
  • cavatation,
  • concitation,
  • confedertion,
  • condation,
  • confamation,
  • confitmation,
  • conferntation,
  • conotation,
  • confirugation,
  • confution,
  • convestation,
  • connatation,
  • conversatrion,
  • confosation,
  • configurtion,
  • confontation,
  • convetsation,
  • conitation,
  • confirntation,
  • confruntation,
  • constpation,
  • confiruation,
  • confiuation,
  • confiamtion,
  • connitation,
  • consertation,
  • condiferation,
  • consituition,
  • constuition,
  • conferdational.

Adjectives for Confutation:

  • true and brief,
  • serious and solid,
  • deep and strong,
  • cognizant,
  • pontifical,
  • witty,
  • adequate,
  • imperial,
  • brief,
  • plain,
  • deep,
  • true,
  • admirable ironical,
  • ample and modest,
  • famous and triumphant,
  • abundant and direct,
  • supply abundant and direct,
  • nervous and pithy,
  • decisive and satisfactory,
  • short but sufficient,
  • almost superfluous,
  • supply abundant,
  • best and shortest,
  • sole and sufficient,
  • direct and positive,
  • clear and distinct,
  • two-edged,
  • still stronger,
  • factual,
  • unanswerable,
  • pithy,
  • more practical,
  • felicitous,
  • ironical,
  • scrupulous,
  • scriptural,
  • shortest,
  • more powerful,
  • decisive,
  • superfluous,
  • glaring,
  • skilful,
  • satisfactory,
  • logical,
  • virtual,
  • abundant,
  • negative,
  • fundamental,
  • illustrious,
  • partial,
  • picturesque,
  • striking,
  • nervous,
  • legal,
  • singular,
  • sole,
  • distinct,
  • previous,
  • larger,
  • clear,
  • final,
  • powerful,
  • regular,
  • special,
  • famous,
  • more solid,
  • victorious,
  • signal,
  • triumphant,
  • anticipatory,
  • stronger,
  • ample,
  • positive,
  • unexpected,
  • practical,
  • entire,
  • strong,
  • more philosophical,
  • philosophical,
  • thorough,
  • fresh,
  • short and easy,
  • solid,
  • splendid,
  • stunning,
  • ready,
  • further,
  • best,
  • hasty,
  • easy,
  • absolute,
  • short,
  • direct,
  • complete,
  • serious,
  • formal,
  • modest,
  • full,
  • sufficient.
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