Correct spelling for ASSCOIATION

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Possible correct spellings for asscoiation

  • Association(Definition of association)
  • It was while the british association were meeting at plymouth, in 1877, that a telegram flashed across the atlantic.

  • Action(Definition of action)
  • His heart action was properly started, and then it was only a question of time.

  • Osculation(Definition of osculation)
  • Arrogation(Definition of arrogation)
  • He was smoking a cigarette of the ten-for-threepence type, and chattering with a somewhat futile arrogation of merriment and knowingness to the barmaid, who had just set a glass of whisky-and-water before him.

  • Avocation(Definition of avocation)
  • One of these days when i can retire from the dull but exacting avocation of tea-broking in the city, i think i shall write a newspaper article on the subject.

  • Assignation(Definition of assignation)
  • August 19, 1912. a notorious assignation place.

  • Section(Definition of section)
  • Accusation(Definition of accusation)
  • I will give words to this accusation.

  • Ossification(Definition of ossification)
  • Escalation
  • While initially triggered by a perhaps mild need to feel special, the failure of compulsive shopping to actually meet such needs may lead to a vicious cycle of escalation, with sufferers experiencing the highs and lows associated with other addictions.

  • Auction(Definition of auction)
  • An auction was a great event throughout the countryside.

  • Isolation(Definition of isolation)
  • This isolation is accentuated where there is little or no supervision.

  • Oscillation(Definition of oscillation)
  • There's very little oscillation, the card can't come unshipped, and you can take a bearing correctly with the sights on this sliding ring.

  • Allocation(Definition of allocation)
  • I am not sure that i did not accompany the receipt of my letter of allocation with certain expletives by no means creditable to the character of the projectors-at all events, i began to look with a milder eye upon the atrocities of pennsylvanian repudiation.

  • Evocation(Definition of evocation)
  • A whole treatise might be written on matters which i shall have to mention briefly or not at all,-how such and such a descriptive phrase in keats has been suggested by this or that figure in a picture; how pictures by or prints after old masters have been partly responsible for his vision alike of the indian maiden and the blind orion; what various originals, paintings or antiques or both, we can recognize as blending themselves into his evocation of the triumph of bacchus or his creation of the grecian urn.

  • Suction(Definition of suction)
  • Assertion(Definition of assertion)
  • In answer to this, he said, "it was certainly her hand; but that she never was his wife, nor has any right to the name": and, in order to gain credit to his assertion, he made the strongest protestations.