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Correct spelling for AUCTIONALL
We think the word auctionall 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 auctionall
- Action(Definition of action)
- Auction(Definition of auction)
- Auctioneer(Definition of auctioneer)
- Fictional(Definition of fictional)
- Sectional(Definition of sectional)
- Actionable(Definition of actionable)
- Educational(Definition of educational)
She ran out of the room and down the hall, with miss watts, startled into action, hurrying after her.
In april 2016, it was announced that part of begum inaara's jewellery collection was to be auctioned by christies.
"well, i've sold coffins at auction in my time, so i guess i can stand this," replied the auctioneer.
This type of auction is good for auctioning goods quickly, since a sale never requires more than one bid.
You won't have no auctioneer.
Nowadays, a benefit season comprises a sequence of events such as dinners and auctions of memorabilia over the course of the summer cricket season or the whole year in which the relevant cricket season falls.
Thus, one may apply to another orally words of personal vituperation and abuse that would not render him liable in a suit for slander, but which if published of another in a newspaper would be libelous and actionable.
"you have nothing to fear from monsieur colleville," said flavie, smiling; "he leaves me mistress of my own actions."