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Correct spelling for CACASION

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Possible correct spellings for cacasion

  • Carnation
  • He was dressed in loose white flannel, and in the buttonhole of his thin jacket a big green carnation was stuck.

  • Caution
  • In our eagerness we forgot our caution, and very nearly sent the canoe under water.

  • Action
  • Prove it," answered the young man, pale and startled, but cool in speech and action.

  • Caucasian
  • But that is not involved in it; rather has the caucasian shown himself spontaneous only in spite of his mongolian morality.

  • Cation
  • Brown also worked to prove the instability of a delocalized electronic structure for the 2-norbornyl cation.

  • Cohesion
  • He hurried hither and thither, from guildhall to council house, from brereton's lodgings to the dragoons' quarters, striving to effect something and always failing; seeking some cohesion, some decision, some action, and finding none.

  • Creation
  • So patronising and irritating to the almighty i should think, to go about putting superior finishing touches to creation."

  • Faction
  • He was sick of their faction fights, and disgusted with the hot-heads who were always crying for violent revolution.

  • Location
  • The most prominent location of the causes of a pound are, first, in the crank pin, from causes to be hereafter explained, and from its wearing oval at the cross-head journal; and second, at the ends of the cylinders, or the ends of the guide bars, because of a ridge forming there as the wear proceeds.

  • Caption
  • Directly, then, referring to the indianapolis "daily journal,"-under whose management the writer had for some time been employed,-from issue of date june 17, 1882, under editorial caption of "a boone county pastoral," this article is herewith quoted:

  • Jackson
  • Have you been to help jackson up?

  • Causation
  • Scientific investigation has brought to light these facts, as it has also taught the real causation of the disfigurement once attributed to the mother's mind.

  • Occasion
  • The occasion was the present one.

  • Vacation
  • Then one day, while mrs. conry was still in the city, he suggested that vickers might expect a considerable vacation in the summer.

  • Vocation
  • "are you sure of your vocation?

  • Caucasians
  • Up to 30% of caucasians develop basal-cell carcinomas in their lifetime.

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