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Correct spelling for DESRIBTION

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Possible correct spellings for desribtion

  • Decryption
  • Deprivation
  • My sense of a deprivation unnecessary and yet deliberate was as great in regard to latin literature.

  • Derision
  • Prime stopped right where he was, crumbled a bit of the dried leaf in his hands, and made a cigarette, his companion looking on with a little lip-curl which might have been of derision or merely of amusement.

  • Derivation
  • A walk through the collection in the british museum shows this; while at the same time it affords an opportunity of observing the traces which the independent statues bear of their derivation from bas-relief: seeing that nearly all of them not only display that fusion of the legs with one another and of the arms with the body which is characteristic of bas-relief, but have the back united from head to foot with a block which stands in place of the original wall.

  • Description
  • She admired his conduct greatly, and said: "what a pity he is not surrounded by men of this description!

  • Desertion
  • Bitter and almost abject were his whinings at the catholic king's desertion of his cause.

  • Desolation
  • Then his utter desolation rolled in upon his mind.

  • Destination
  • The touaricks of ghat conduct the merchants from ghadames to ghat, and the touaricks of aheer the merchants from ghat to aheer, and so of the rest of the route, as far as kanou, the final destination of the soudan caravan.

  • Destitution
  • Such a vessel, whose pilot was such a king, was wrecked; and i began to sink in the sea of destitution!

  • Destruction
  • "nothing had happened then except the destruction of the fleet.

  • Detraction
  • Their satire is as broad and as wounding as that of junius, while it is often far more finished and playful; and there is no other instance of so many men of the same ability and station being combined in such a mosaic of detraction.

  • Disruption
  • Yet in the turmoil of revolutionary activity the peasants are going to have their say and may become the decisive factor, because they are voters and are casting their votes for those leaders whose words they believe to contain the greatest promise and the least menace of a general disruption of their accustomed mode of life.

  • Distribution
  • My own connection with this incident was that the funds, or some part of them, for john walsh's expedition passed through my hands between their collection and their distribution.

  • Retribution
  • To cultivate contention as an art, and to trade upon the supposed benefit of renewing friendship, is a folly which brings its own retribution.

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