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Correct spelling for CONVOERSTATION

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Possible correct spellings for convoerstation

  • Conformation(Definition of conformation)
  • The general conformation of the idiot is generally imperfect; he is sometimes deformed, but more frequently the frame is merely awkwardly put together, and he is usually of short stature.

  • Contortion(Definition of contortion)
  • He followed with eagerness each contortion, every strange convulsion of the fingers till one by one they became powerless.

  • Connotation(Definition of connotation)
  • There is often no one connotation capable of being given to a word, so that it shall still denote everything it is accustomed to denote; or that all the propositions into which it is accustomed to enter, and which have any foundation in truth, shall remain true.

  • Convocation(Definition of convocation)
  • At the first convocation of the clergy after the death of bishop jarvis, held in stratford, june 1, 1813, mr. baldwin, as secretary, entered the names of twenty-nine who were present, and then recorded: "the rev.

  • Confiscation(Definition of confiscation)
  • But caesar opposed the confiscation of their goods, not thinking it fair that those who had rejected the mildest part of his sentence should avail themselves of the severest.

  • Conservation(Definition of conservation)
  • They then invented floating factories, which may still be used in canadian waters with deadly effect unless we put whaling under conservation.

  • Conversations
  • Happily for jules, he knew nothing of the conversations, the witty speeches, and arguments which his sorrow had furnished to the tongues of paris.

  • Consternation(Definition of consternation)
  • He started from his seat, and his comrades instantly rising in consternation, discovered the duke.

  • Manifestation(Definition of manifestation)
  • We smile or are sad at the manifestation of jealousy in another.

  • Conversion(Definition of conversion)
  • The prussian populations were the last in europe to be converted to christianity, and recent history has proved only too conclusively that the conversion never struck deep roots.

  • Conversational(Definition of conversational)
  • This was said in an ordinary conversational tone; but a man by the name of captain powers, with whom turner boarded, happened to overhear it, and running to the court-house, and opening the door, he hallooed out, "judge turner!

  • Infestation(Definition of infestation)
  • A 1921 bulletin on the false codling moth produced by the south african government outlines measures on how to deal with an infestation.

  • Confutation(Definition of confutation)
  • But as he only received a copy of the catholic confutation towards the close of the diet, he laid this sketch aside, and prepared one of his ablest works, the apology of the augsburg confession, which has justly been enrolled among the number of the confessions of the lutheran church.

  • Conversation(Definition of conversation)
  • The conversation between them was this-"papa, how do you do?"

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