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Correct spelling for DEPPRESTION
We think the word depprestion 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 depprestion
- Deprecation(Definition of deprecation)
- Depreciation(Definition of depreciation)
- Deposition(Definition of deposition)
- Depressing(Definition of depressing)
- Depression(Definition of depression)
- Depredation(Definition of depredation)
- Deprivation(Definition of deprivation)
All wore a strangely shamed expression of timidity-almost of self-deprecation, as if apologetic for their presence here when the quality had matters of such grave import to discuss.
The bank understands the advantages of "depreciation" in stocks-and employes.
By receiving his homage, and admitting him to the rank of a vassal, his deposition had been virtually annulled, and his subjects were again bound by their oaths of allegiance.
The effect was inexpressibly depressing.
Here i spent a most wretched night, an icy cold wind blowing down the depression in the hill where the battalion is encamped.
Brigandage has involved a great deal of depredation upon foreign interests.
An "infidel" bold enough to deny the existence, or to doubt the influence, of these deities probably did not exist in all mesopotamia; and even constructive rebellion against their authority was apt to end in the deprivation, not merely of the good name, but of the skin of the offender.