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Correct spelling: condition

Definition of condition:

  1. To make terms; to stipulate.
  2. State; rank; attribute; state of mind; a preliminary requirement; term of a contract; stipulation.
  3. To determine; to contract; to stipulate; to test.

Common misspellings for condition:

contition, consition, condision, conition, confition, dondition, condishtion, condation.


Google Ngram Viewer results for condition:

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Examples of usage for condition:

  1. " Isn't it strange," said Elizabeth, having slowly awakened to the condition of affairs in the little world about her, " that it seems to be the people who have the least and do the least that make the most fuss?" –  by
  2. " Upon any condition said they. –  by
  3. But, Mother Bunch, I do not matter the colour so much as the condition –  by

Quotes for condition:

  1. Definitely not a sitcom, that's my first condition. No sitcoms.
  2. I never believed that surrendering the executive power should be a condition of getting the second term. The second term should stand on its own feet.
  3. The poet knows himself only on the condition that things resound in him, and that in him, at a single awakening, they and he come forth together out of sleep.
  4. When a nation goes down, or a society perishes, one condition may always be found; they forgot where they came from. They lost sight of what had brought them along.
  5. The condition in New Orleans was changing every day. I said, why don't we appropriate another $10 billion, come back and look at the situation, and do another $10 billion every week, or every 10 days?