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Correct spelling for DESCIBTION

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Possible correct spellings for descibtion

  • Deception
  • The widow was left alone, and she began to say to herself: "since tirant did not believe me, this deception i have planned won't succeed.

  • Decimation
  • Sutherland would have soon recovered the burning up of a few hundred hamlets, or the loss of a few bedridden old people, who would have died as certainly under cover, though perhaps a few months later, as when exposed to the elements in the open air. nay, had it lost a thousand of its best men in the way in which it lost so many at the storming of new orleans, the blank ere now would have been completely filled up. the calamities of fire or of decimation even, however distressing in themselves, never yet ruined a country: no calamity ruins a country that leaves the surviving inhabitants to develope, in their old circumstances, their old character and resources.

  • Decision
  • Madelon turned round, and gazed up into the kind face smiling down on her, then shook her head with great decision.

    She won't talk to me 'cause my decision My bubble punk is dead Says we'll never be like bad religion So high we'll never get

    – Elitist Girl by Fonzie
  • Desertion
  • And billy regarded her hopelessly, knowing that desertion from his ship had rendered him an outlaw.

  • Desiccation
  • The great hotel itself creaked and crackled and warped though all its painted, blistered, and veneered expanse, and was filled with the stifling breath of desiccation.

  • Desolation
  • And i do not know whether i can truly give unto you the great astonishment and pain of hope that did come upon me; so that i grew sick in all my being but to behold once again the blessedness of light, and to have help unto my belief that i went not downward to an utter desolation.

  • Dissociation
  • The division of labor in the past caused the dissociation of the so-called nobler avocations from manual work, and gradually those who followed higher pursuits grew into a sort of hereditary caste which bestowed relative immunity from the worst hardships of life's struggle and formed a ruling class.

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