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    Default Difference between "confident" and "convenient"

    Hello! Can somebody please explain to me the difference betwen "comfortable" and "convenient"?
    Which one should I use in this sentence :

    " My dear host, I am very ___ in your luxurious home.Don't you worry about me."
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    Default Re: Difference between "confident" and "convenient"

    Quote Originally Posted by queenofxdisaster View Post
    Hello! Can somebody please explain to me the difference betwen "confident" and "convenient"?
    Which one should I use in this sentence :

    " My dear host, I am very ___ in your luxurious home.Don't you worry about me."
    Neither one works for me. "comfortable" would be OK.

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    Default Re: Difference between "confident" and "convenient"

    Quote Originally Posted by queenofxdisaster View Post
    Hello! Can somebody please explain to me the difference betwen "confident" and "convenient"?
    They are not even close in meaning.

    Look the word up here: OneLook: General dictionary sites, and come back to this thread if you have any problems with the definitions.
    Please do not edit your question after it has received a response. Such editing can make the response hard for others to understand.


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    Default Re: Difference between "confident" and "convenient"

    Oh,yes,my mistake.I meant,the difference between "comfortable" and "convenient"

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    Default Re: Difference between "confident" and "convenient"

    Quote Originally Posted by queenofxdisaster View Post
    Oh,yes,my mistake.I meant,the difference between "comfortable" and "convenient"
    Do you understand the difference now?

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