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Correct spelling for DISOLTION

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Possible correct spellings for disoltion

  • Dilation(Definition of dilation)
  • Dr. ferguson, forcing the dilation of his aerial craft to the utmost, sought for other currents of air at different heights, but in vain; and he soon gave up the attempt, which was only augmenting the waste of gas by pressing it against the well-worn tissue of the balloon.

  • Desolation(Definition of desolation)
  • He almost smiled at me in the desolation of his surrender, which was indeed practically, by this time, so complete that i ought to have left it there.

  • Solution(Definition of solution)
  • You had dreamed its solution?

  • Isolation(Definition of isolation)
  • And comus indicated the chair that stood in sinister isolation in the middle of the room.

  • Dissolution(Definition of dissolution)
  • King finished the sentence for him because it is considered good form for natives to hint at possible dissolution of the anglo-indian government.

  • Dislocation(Definition of dislocation)
  • There is an intentional dislocation of the parts of the story, when they might make it imprudently close in its reflection of facts or resemblance in portraiture.

  • Distortion(Definition of distortion)
  • Yet it was hugh, after all, who dominated the room by right of his power, his magnetism, the very distortion of his spirit.

  • Disillusion(Definition of disillusion)
  • Their delivery wrought a tremendous disillusion as to the novelty of our ideas and methods of propaganda; much new gospel suddenly appeared to us as stale failure; and we recognized that there had been weak men before agamemnon, even as far back as in cromwell's army.

  • Dilution(Definition of dilution)
  • He accepted all that he was told to accept, with the eager swallowing of a man who is dying for the strength of a drug that is given to him in dilution.

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