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Correct spelling for DESTORTION

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Possible correct spellings for destortion

  • Desertion(Definition of desertion)
  • He wasted no more time with words, but ran towards the hollow where his steed had been hobbled, that is, the two front legs tied together so as to admit of moderate freedom without the risk of desertion.

  • Distorting
  • Nor is there any reason why they should mingle with light which is already clear the distorting rays of a foreign expression.

  • Denotation(Definition of denotation)
  • We are more certain of their denotation than of their connotation; and though they may be explained, they cannot be defined.

  • Destitution(Definition of destitution)
  • Judging from what i learn from the refugees themselves, and from the increasing numbers, now from twenty-five to fifty arriving every day, we predict that the movement to kansas will soon assume such proportions as to astonish the country, and unless the tide can be turned, or the charity of the north be more readily bestowed, the suffering which the relief committee, although laboring faithfully with the means at their command, has not been entirely sufficient to relieve during the past cold weather, will soon be turned to general destitution and great suffering among the pauper refugees."

  • Distortion(Definition of distortion)
  • She might have marked it down to his credit, and loved him a little for it, had not his rather distorted integrity impelled him to confess his transgression to the lawyers, whereas it was perfectly plain that they appreciated his distortion of the truth without having it explained to them in so many words.

  • Desolation(Definition of desolation)
  • Yet, in verity, oft had she callen unto me, until that her heart did grow sick with the desolation of her lonesomeness and her utter forsakeness.

  • Distortions
  • Once or twice i turned round, and could then see with a creeping feeling of dread our two long fantastic shadows in ghostly fashion writhing in strange distortions upon the high tapestry.

  • Destination(Definition of destination)
  • So i jogged on, not quite certain of my way, and every now and again making a cast to find the road, for by riding parallel with it i knew i must reach my destination.

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