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Are these two sentences good:
The hall of mirrors gave me a confound feeling.
Confound- to throw into confusion or perplexity
I told my mom that i was going to the movies but, she gave me one circumstance and that was to call her when i get there.
Circumstance-a condition, fact or accompanying, conditioning or determining another

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