Correct spelling for DEPRESTION
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Possible correct spellings for deprestion
I will read the deposition over to you, and, if it is correct, i will ask you to sign it."
"my dear child," she said, in a voice made even by depressing its tone, "do you not remember that beautiful thought expressed by mrs. willet yesterday?
Immediately mr. glynde's face fell to its usual degree of set depression.
But somehow his mind declined to concern itself with that just now, and with a half-humorous deprecation, he resumed his contemplation of his two pollys.
No depreciation seems to be intended here.
In a cook-shop behind the gate he enjoyed some meat and wine after his long deprivation, and after reflecting upon his situation he decided to call on don fabrizio.
It does not appear all this while that he had the least design of turning pirate; for near mohila and johanna both, he met with several indian ships richly laden, to which he did not offer the least violence, though he was strong enough to have done what he pleased with them; and the first outrage or depredation i find he committed upon mankind, was after his repairing his ship, and leaving johanna; he touched at a place called mabbee, upon the red sea, where he took some guinea corn from the natives, by force.