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Correct spelling for ABOURTION
We think the word abourtion is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for abourtion
- Ablation(Definition of ablation)
- Aberration(Definition of aberration)
- Apportion(Definition of apportion)
- Abortion(Definition of abortion)
- Auction(Definition of auction)
- Abolition(Definition of abolition)
- Ablution(Definition of ablution)
Ablation can refer either to the processes removing ice and snow or to the quantity of ice and snow removed.
It was, in reality, africa in havana, brought against its wish and to its tragic misfortune; and, planted in an alien soil, but among a common genus, the mysteries of religion, it grew into an aberration of all that gave it birth.
High street agents rarely charge up front costs for selling nor costs for aborting a sale and withdrawing a home from the market.
It would be impossible to estimate the number of abortions performed on unmarried girls, as well as married women, during one year by midwives, unscrupulous physicians and by many respected family physicians.
Mr. potter said, if this part of the resolution was agreed to, it was to apportion a tax on the personal property of the southern states, which, no doubt, they would be glad of; and if gentlemen from those states could point out any way by which the personal property of other states could be come at, he would agree to the present proposition; but he believed this could not be done; and, if not, he saw no reason why the personal property of those states should be made to bear a part of the proposed burden, whilst personal property in other states was suffered to go free.
The remainder of the induced cases are unlawfully produced by the person herself or by some other person-criminal abortion.
The decision was taken to sell the looms and furniture by auction.
They demanded the abolition of slavery and equal political rights for natives and foreigners, whites and blacks.
It was during a prolonged drought, and both gentlemen had evidently experienced a difficulty in finding a sufficiency of water for the purposes of ablution.