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Correct spelling for ARGUMENTIONAL
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Possible correct spellings for argumentional
- Augmentation(Definition of augmentation)
- Argumentation(Definition of argumentation)
- Unmentionable(Definition of unmentionable)
- Intentional(Definition of intentional)
- Emotional(Definition of emotional)
- Unemotional(Definition of unemotional)
- Dimensional(Definition of dimensional)
- Augmenting(Definition of augmenting)
No new arrangements were made in civil government; no new powers or instructions were given to governors; no augmentation was made, or new disposition, of forces.
Analogy lies at the basis of simile, metaphor, and personification, which are often used in argumentation.
The hitherto silent men laid back their heads to laugh, and the chancellor of the augmentations suddenly rubbed his palms together, hissing like an ostler.
No one said that he was a terrible object which should remain in the background along with family skeletons and unmentionable diseases.
You have been saying in your speeches that the bad water has been due to intentional mismanagement of the present administration, which is ruled by mr. blake, for the purpose of rendering unpopular the municipal ownership principle.
"i am not an emotional man," he said.
At this moment the young wife, whom heideck had hitherto only known as the placid and unemotional lady of the world, certainly seemed to labour under some excitement, which she could not completely conceal.
Such dreams belong to both worlds, partly to the three-dimensional and partly to the four-dimensional.
Not a regular soprano, but a country-town soprano, of the kind often used for augmenting the grief in a funeral.