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Correct spelling for AFFACTION

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Possible correct spellings for affaction

  • Affectation(Definition of affectation)
  • He was a bluff, hearty, healthy man, apparently without either intellect or affectation.

  • Fiction(Definition of fiction)
  • "i was just judging by the book that miss scroggs is fond of love and affection in fiction tales," he said.

  • Infarction(Definition of infarction)
  • Following an incident in which a healthy young man suffered a myocardial infarction (heart attack) linked to bitter orange, a case study found that dietary supplement manufacturers had replaced ephedra with its analogs from bitter orange.

  • Evocation(Definition of evocation)
  • Without any doubt they express a singular power of mysterious evocation....

  • Action(Definition of action)
  • At last, jael dence, though she was also much agitated and perplexed, decided on a course of action.

  • Affecting(Definition of affecting)
  • "let me see," she said, affecting to consider.

  • Affections
  • Is this story about pre-engaged affections merely a got up thing, to try the force of my attachment for her?

  • Aviation(Definition of aviation)
  • Or he may go into aviation.

  • Affection(Definition of affection)
  • In like manner i am reluctant to think that she planned harm for mistress barbara, towards whom she had a true affection, and i will read in an honest sense, if i can, the letter which m. de fontelles brought with him to hatchstead.

  • Faction(Definition of faction)
  • What has she taken from the faction of france?

  • Auction(Definition of auction)
  • If money would avail to obtain his pardon, all the goods of our tribe should be sold by auction, and we would give even more than was asked of us.

  • Affliction(Definition of affliction)
  • Half-way down to the shore evangeline waited in silence, not overcome with grief, but strong in the hour of affliction,- calmly and sadly she waited, until the procession approached her, and she beheld the face of gabriel pale with emotion.

  • Avocation(Definition of avocation)
  • And so my life was determined, and i devoted myself to an avocation which i never liked or honored, and about the very nature of which i have never been able to come to any decided opinion.

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