Correct spelling for APPUCATION

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Possible correct spellings for appucation

  • Allocation(Definition of allocation)
  • The beginning of the search for the limbs of trilobites was coeval with the beginning of scientific study of the group, knowledge of the appendages being essential to the proper systematic allocation of the animals.

  • Equation(Definition of equation)
  • Picturesque distress excited his emotions keenly, and sometimes formed ineffaceable memories, but memories oddly impersonal, little more than appreciations of sorrow as a factor in that mystic equation to the solving of which he had bent all his intellect.

  • Evacuation(Definition of evacuation)
  • Over 5000 prisoners, a park of fine artillery, 7000 muskets, a large amount of clothing, with all the camp equipage and military stores and the evacuation of all the frontier fortresses-constituted the spoils of this victory.

  • Avocation(Definition of avocation)
  • "at any rate, my question had nothing to do with your other very interesting avocation.

  • Action(Definition of action)
  • There is nothing like having the 'eye well in' for any scene of action.

  • Apparition(Definition of apparition)
  • The man started from his fastening on the fence at sight of this apparition, wild, half-clad, with her hair all down about her loose, ungathered garments, and he stood before her.

  • Occupation(Definition of occupation)
  • It had been intended that havelock should follow the law as a profession; and he was studying with this end in view when his father stopped the necessary supplies of money, and he had to turn to some other occupation for a living.

  • Apposition(Definition of apposition)
  • The fibrous tissue is removed from the ends of the bone, and the rawed surfaces fixed in apposition; the wound is then closed, and appropriate retentive apparatus applied.

  • Appellation(Definition of appellation)
  • It first appears in history under the appellation of lexovium or lexobium: in the eleventh century, when ordericus vitalis composed his history, it was called luxovium; and soon after it became lixovium, and lizovium, which, gallicised, naturally passed into lyzieulx, or, as it is now written, lisieux.

  • Education(Definition of education)
  • Mrs martin could also afford to recognise in a measure the claims of education and talent.

  • Apportion(Definition of apportion)
  • People talked of the faulty division of wealth; but it was madness to dream of an utopia, where there would be no more masters but only so many brothers, equal workers and sharers, who would apportion happiness among themselves like a birthday-cake.

  • Application(Definition of application)
  • The application of electricity-light divorced from smoke and heat-to the beautifying of city life is as yet in its infancy.

  • Auction(Definition of auction)
  • Where the farm is celebrated for a special breed of sheep, the great event of the year is the annual auction at home of ram lambs.