Correct spelling for CEMETION

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Possible correct spellings for cemetion

  • Cession(Definition of cession)
  • The neutral ministers say here, that lord stormont, in a late conversation with the first mentioned, declared with heat, that his sovereign would treat with france on the subject of our independence, when a french army was in possession of the tower of london, and not before, and that they would negotiate with spain for the cession of gibraltar, in exchange for the city of madrid.

  • Emotion(Definition of emotion)
  • Commotion(Definition of commotion)
  • After half an hour of subdued rejoicing in the fort, for by that time the story had gone round, we suddenly heard an awful commotion among the huns.

  • Sedation(Definition of sedation)
  • Cessation(Definition of cessation)
  • Military trains from the south passed without cessation through chanidigot, carrying horses and troops further north.

  • Decimation(Definition of decimation)
  • The cold, hard fact is that the great majority of the men who hold out longest are, usually, either single men having no one dependent on them, or nothing to lose, or both, or else they are men more or less indifferent to the ties of family affection, and callous to the suffering fruitlessly entailed upon innocent noncombatants by the various and sundry horrors of war, such as decimation of the plough animals of the country due to their running at large without caretakers or forage; resultant untilled fields and scant food; pestilence and famine consequent upon insufficient nourishment; arson, robbery, rape, and murder inevitably committed in such times by sorry scamps and ruffians claiming to be patriots but yielding no allegiance to any responsible head; and so on, ad infinitum.

  • Summation(Definition of summation)
  • Demotion
  • Semitone(Definition of semitone)
  • Section(Definition of section)
  • Permeation(Definition of permeation)
  • Sedition(Definition of sedition)
  • Citation(Definition of citation)
  • Besides this, detailed as his narrative is, it is lacking in precisely those details which would give it evidential value; so lacking, indeed, that even such a spiritistic advocate as the late f. w. h. myers pronounced it "quite inadequate" for citation in support of the spiritistic theory.

  • Motion(Definition of motion)