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Correct spelling for DISCRESSIONARY
We think the word discressionary is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for discressionary
- Digression(Definition of digression)
- Discretion(Definition of discretion)
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
- Discussion(Definition of discussion)
- Discretionary(Definition of discretionary)
At the risk of interrupting my narrative of what occurred on our arrival at the tuileries, by a digression, which may be thought out of place, i will relate a fact which had no little weight in hastening bonaparte's determination to assume a superiority over his colleagues.
Almer had commenced with great discretion; but he kept on too long, and crossed the proper route.
In fact she didn't possess such words, and doubted if the completest dictionary did either.
"i've been having a very unpleasant discussion with terry.
In the discussions which preceded the decree of the consuls few persons had the courage to express a doubt respecting the guilt of the accused.
Discretionary powers were handed to the small secret service branch which is controlled by bright and myself.
Do you find any digressions?