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Correct spelling for DICTIONAARY
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Possible correct spellings for dictionaary
- Diction(Definition of diction)
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
- Cautionary(Definition of cautionary)
- Reactionary(Definition of reactionary)
- Discretionary(Definition of discretionary)
Volumes of errors in fact, in grammar, diction and general style, could be selected from the works of the great writers, a fact which eloquently testifies that no one is infallible and that the very best is liable to err at times.
Dictionary of ancient geography.
President colbrith, as yet, it appeared, in blissful ignorance of the latest news from new york, had reserved the seat of honor for his new assistant, and the half-hour was filled to overflowing with minute and cautionary definitions of the assistant's powers and duties.
We have never heard of any play worth seeing which was lost to the english stage through the censorship of the drama, nor was the suggestion ever made by the most reactionary ministry that it should be followed up by a censorship of the press.
2. all dictionaries are useful; useful books are valuable.
Servants also exercised discretionary power in the management of their master's estate, "and the servant took ten camels, of the camels of his master, for all the goods of his master were under his hand."
The following are the awards (decorations, medals/ribbons, and badges) fictionally worn by sergeant major booth.