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Correct spelling for DISPURSMENT

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Possible correct spellings for dispursment

  • Deportment(Definition of deportment)
  • As he formerly spoke to his mother of his pretty collar, so as young man he makes much of his deportment.

  • Discernment(Definition of discernment)
  • Visitors, without discernment, used to pity our dulness and lay themselves out for missionary work.

  • Disarmament(Definition of disarmament)
  • A prominent socialist deputy of france who had advocated disarmament went with the first troops.

  • Displacement
  • Is the importance of their acquisition equivalent to the time, the trouble, and the displacement of more valuable subjects, which are involved in their explanation?

  • Department(Definition of department)
  • "that is not my department.

  • Disbarment
  • Threats of violence, forcible expulsion, disbarment proceedings-all crude-and besides they won't move potts.

  • Disbursements
  • This committee rising, i, with my mind much satisfied herein, away by coach home, setting creed into southampton buildings, and so home; and there ended my letters, and then home to my wife, where i find my house clean now, from top to bottom, so as i have not seen it many a day, and to the full satisfaction of my mind, that i am now at peace, as to my poor wife, as to the dirtiness of my house, and as to seeing an end, in a great measure, to my present great disbursements upon my house, and coach and horses.

  • Disbursement(Definition of disbursement)
  • After debate and mr. wallace's answer in explanation of the usages of the department in the disbursement of moneys, during which it was shown that no moneys could be drawn out of the treasury on the order of the assistant secretary except when authorized by the secretary of the treasury to draw warrants therefor, a vote was taken, and resulted as follows: yeas-anthony, cameron, cattell, chandler, cole, conkling, corbett, cragin, drake, howard, howe, morgan, morrill of vermont, nye, pomeroy, ramsey, ross, sprague, sumner, thayer, tipton and wilson--22-all republicans.

  • Dispersing
  • Turmaline carefully gathered the dispersing ashes.

  • Dispersed(Definition of dispersed)
  • All the vapors dispersed as i went into the pretty flower garden where the others were already at play, and by the time we had finished a good breakfast, served by a dear servant girl, i felt quite myself again.

  • Disparagement(Definition of disparagement)
  • I speak in no disparagement of them.

  • Disputant(Definition of disputant)
  • Even the grave and reverend westminster review found "after reading what the lord chief justice himself characterises as mr. foote's very striking and able speech, that the editor of the freethinker is very far from being the vulgar and uneducated disputant which the spectator appears to have supposed him."

  • Despoilment(Definition of despoilment)
  • The minnesota park is under the charge of a state custodian, who cares for and protects it from despoilment.

  • Discussant(Definition of discussant)
  • John elder robison was a discussant for the autism social, legal, and ethical research special interest group at the 2014 international meeting for autism research (imfar).

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