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Correct spelling for AFECTION

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Possible correct spellings for afection

  • Affection(Definition of affection)
  • And many an eye turning that way to look turns with affection.

  • Refection(Definition of refection)
  • Look to your families, labour every man in his vocation, instruct your children, and live as the good apostle st. paul directeth you; in doing whereof, god, his angels and sancts, will guard and protect you, and no evil or plague at any time shall befall you. then gargantua led them into the hall to take their refection; but the pilgrims did nothing but sigh, and said to gargantua, o how happy is that land which hath such a man for their lord!

  • Affliction(Definition of affliction)
  • I had been frightened enough before, lest she should die suddenly and quietly without my knowing it, while we were alone together; but i got into a perfect agony now, for fear this last worst affliction should take me by surprise.

  • Action(Definition of action)
  • So the day passed without action.

  • Infection(Definition of infection)
  • We should use every possible precaution against introducing the infection into the herd or flock.

  • Affectation(Definition of affectation)
  • If that author could bear the least objection to any thing that belongs to him, i would ask the reader whether he does not fancy there is some affectation in the expression.

  • Affections
  • These affections had glowed during the many visits to warren and hall, cooled down during the activities of service-rubbing down his master as he would a horse, and helping him to train-sinking for a year and a half or so after "the upset" at brackley, and turning up again when the captain came back to the warren to be hitched on again, as he termed it.

  • Defection(Definition of defection)
  • Mr. maries has been put to the greatest inconvenience by his defection, and has been hindered greatly in completing his botanical collection, for ito is very clever, and he had not only trained him to dry plants successfully, but he could trust him to go away for two or three days and collect seeds.

  • Faction(Definition of faction)
  • A faction existed who raised a civil war in every province; and in every province, save one, it was suppressed; but in that one it continued, and the sails of an invading fleet already flap in the channel breeze when this parliament is summoned.

  • Fiction(Definition of fiction)
  • But about the young lady-she claims great friendship with the gallant colonel of light artillery, and her description of his appearance at the ball is assuredly a masterpiece of romantic fiction.

  • Election(Definition of election)
  • "the cruiser warfare undertaken by our submarines off the american coast is naturally regarded by mr. wilson with anxiety, because all his hopes of re-election are based exclusively on the fact that according to the opinion held over here he has kept the united states out of the war and in spite of that has put an end to our so-called illegal attacks on american lives.

  • Affecting(Definition of affecting)
  • It is by affecting to be worse than we are that we become popular-and we get credit for being both honest and practical fellows.

  • Ejection(Definition of ejection)
  • 281. many cases of the miraculous ejection of devils are reported by both.

  • Eviction(Definition of eviction)
  • The necessity to do the sanitary requirements of public bodies is a constant source of eviction.

  • Auction(Definition of auction)
  • I am up for auction, it seems.

  • Avocation(Definition of avocation)
  • Eleazar williams, who by this time appears to have taken to the missionary avocation permanently, he happened to be on board the same steamer as the french prince, who after having made inquiries about him of the captain, requested the honour of an interview.

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