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Correct spelling for CHRISIONS
We think the word chrisions 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 chrisions
- Cherishing(Definition of cherishing)
The sun cherishes the place continually, and the moon rises on it with a large rejoicing.
Against these, however, he would not raise his hand, for among them were many long-tried friends who had gathered with him around the festal board; so he chose the only remaining alternative, and went back to his native country, cherishing the hope that he should one day return to the home he loved so well, and listen again to the musical flow of the brook, which could be distinctly heard from the door of the mansion.
There is no punishment save imprisonment for theft, and the wholesale thieves would ask for and demand imprisonment with the usual rations.
Again, the procedure and orations of lopus the mountebank are but the flimsiest alterations of volpone, act ii, scene i, nor could killigrew change jonson for anything but the worse.
We may yet be of use, we may yet save some of the christians."
When an effect results from the union of many causes, the share which each has in the determination of the effect cannot in general be great: and the effect is not likely, even in its presence or absence, still less in its variations, to follow, even approximatively, any one of the causes.
I will raise this standard when we make our entrance into paris, and i believe, pipe-master, the fair parisians will rejoice at seeing me dressed in the latest parisian fashion.
Back to life, to the society of men of my own stamp, to reap the praise earned by my own creations, and to the only divine maiden among mortals-to daphne!"