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Correct spelling for APPIONION
We think the word appionion 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 appionion
- Appointee(Definition of appointee)
- Pinion(Definition of pinion)
- Apollonian(Definition of Apollonian)
- Apportion(Definition of apportion)
- Onion(Definition of onion)
- Opinion(Definition of opinion)
- Appoint(Definition of appoint)
- Ionian(Definition of ionian)
- Pinon(Definition of pinon)
Winberry (nominated march 29, 1979, and withdrawn august 26, 1980; judgeship later filled by reagan appointee james carroll fox) s.
Latour, who had been the previous commandant of the castle in vienna, showed signs of hesitation at this crisis; and this gave metternich the excuse for dismissing latour and appointing windischgraetz in his place.
Not wishing, therefore, to humiliate the titanic genius, and yet not able without regret to give up an ornament the indispensable beauty of which was obvious, he made up his mind to be totally bald in front, while retaining on the back of his head the silken and curly wealth of an apollonian chevelure.
"ay-anything to save time-she is sinking for want of the drug that has-" he broke off to apportion the dose, and to hold the child in a position to administer it-flora tried to give it-the nurse tried-in vain.
Never divide your onion-ground into small beds, but sow the longest way, in straight narrow rows, eighteen inches apart, for convenience of weeding and hoeing.
Then they should appoint petty sessions for the signing of certificates at such times and places that the royal officers may attend and be heard.
He strolled to the quarter-deck, where he found the captain directing his night-glass towards the ionian, which showed her port light on the starboard hand, indicating that the chateaugay was running ahead of her.