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Correct spelling for DERTIMANITION
We think the word dertimanition 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 dertimanition
- Denomination(Definition of denomination)
- Domination(Definition of domination)
- Damnation(Definition of damnation)
- Detonation(Definition of detonation)
- Diminution(Definition of diminution)
- Detention(Definition of detention)
- Termination(Definition of termination)
- Determination(Definition of determination)
People who out-sit two or three parties of visitors, unless they have some particular motive for doing so, come under the denomination of "bores."
For wynyard's bar had quickly succumbed to the domination of his reckless courage, and the eminence of his double crime had made him respected among spendthrifts, gamblers, and gentlemen whose performances had never risen above a stage-coach robbery or a single assassination.
She longed for it as the righteous long for the damnation of their enemies.
But there was something else to account for this sudden volte-face, and a sharp report and a loud detonation from the far end of the village told its tale instantly.
The capital thus diminishing, the income will naturally be smaller, and in that way this excellent hospital, which is most admirably cared for, which has the very best surgeons and physicians-one of whom, mr. prescott hewett, i know personally-will sustain a yearly diminution of its usefulness.
What is the usual term of detention for such offenses?
"you have much reason to congratulate yourself on the happy termination of your labors," said the doctor, with a smile, to the widow; "emily is placed, so far as human foresight can judge, in the happiest of all stations a female can be in: she is the pious wife of a pious husband, beloved, and deserving of it."
"it's our fixed determination," said anna-rose, "now that we're starting a new life, to get off any mind we find ourselves on instantly."