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Correct spelling for DESISTION

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Possible correct spellings for desistion

  • Decimation(Definition of decimation)
  • The decimation of society is now imperceptible and permanent, now periodical and violent; it depends upon the course which property takes.

  • Desolation(Definition of desolation)
  • Then it was that the first wave of actual soul-loneliness enveloped the girl, and when youth recognizes such desolation something overpowers it that no older person can ever understand.

  • Cessation(Definition of cessation)
  • The sudden cessation of the music attracted the emperor's attention also.

  • Desertion(Definition of desertion)
  • Or was it not natural, that, in their desertion by you, they should seek succour elsewhere?

  • Desiccation(Definition of desiccation)
  • Saw-dust, just as it comes from the mill, neither wet nor dry, is preferred by some as a packing material, and it has been found very efficacious, excluding and admitting the air just in the right proportions to prevent desiccation, and to promote the union, which very soon takes place between the graft and the root, if the boxes be stored in the cellar.

  • Decision(Definition of decision)
  • "kew," he repeated, with immense decision.

    I cannot make the real decision It's in the new division

    – Mundovision by made in mexico
  • Desisting
  • But so is it not, friar john, with thy weapon; for by a long discontinuance of work, cessation from labour, desisting from making it officiate, and putting it into that practice wherein it had been formerly accustomed, and, in a word, for want of occupation, it is, upon my faith, become more rusty than the key-hole of an old powdering-tub.

  • Deposition(Definition of deposition)
  • Returning to susanna martin, we find that one william brown, of salisbury, made deposition in 1692, "that, about one or two and thirty years ago, his wife met susanna in the road, who 'vanished away out of her sight,' ...

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