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Correct spelling for DICTIONNARY
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Possible correct spellings for dictionnary
- Diction(Definition of diction)
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
- Discretionary(Definition of discretionary)
- Reactionary(Definition of reactionary)
- Cautionary(Definition of cautionary)
Cicero in his most serious pieces studies the diction, and copies the manner of the greek philosopher; and it evidently appears, that thucydides has taken many a glowing metaphor from the odes of pindar.
In connexion with this it is a noteworthy fact, that the preparation of these early seventeenth century english dictionaries was also largely due to a consideration of the educational wants of women.
But of course, if you do not know a word you can ask mademoiselle, or look it up in a dictionary, and the new girls get into it gradually.
Congress passed supplementary acts and suffered the president to exercise a vast discretionary power which was strangely at variance with republican traditions.
He was the reactionary leader who established the oligarchical government of the four hundred, 411 b.c., after the failure of the syracusan expedition.
The cautionary towns being next mentioned, barneveld stated that a demand had been made upon envoy caron by cecil for the delivery of those places to the english government, as england had resolved to make peace with spain.