Correct spelling for DISSITION

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Possible correct spellings for dissition

  • Dilution(Definition of dilution)
  • And yet they could have been made to serve a useful and merciful purpose; if they had been injected into the english law the dilution would have given to the whole a less lurid aspect; or, to figure the effect in another way, they would have been coca mixed into vitriol.

  • Deposition(Definition of deposition)
  • Leonidas being again cited, and not appearing, they pronounced a sentence of deposition against him, and made cleombrotus king in his place.

  • Distortion(Definition of distortion)
  • If you have ever encountered danger or had a narrow escape, you probably experienced time distortion.

  • Diction(Definition of diction)
  • Jonson's prose, both in his dramas, in the descriptive comments of his masques, and in the "discoveries," is characterised by clarity and vigorous directness, nor is it wanting in a fine sense of form or in the subtler graces of diction.

  • Dissension(Definition of dissension)
  • After these years of stormy dissension, as her strength began to fail, she was directed to use the famous pythian warm baths.

  • Dilation(Definition of dilation)
  • 7. it is supposed to shorten the first stage of labor-by facilitating the dilation of the cervix-owing to the painless stretching; although the majority of its special advocates admit that it lengthens the second stage of labor, during which the patient must be very closely watched.

  • Division(Definition of division)
  • There was another soldier of ours, one of the leinsters, also of the 24th division, who ate his breakfast in angres, but he was in jovial company.

  • Decision(Definition of decision)
  • And wouldn't it make any woman rage to have a man pick out another man for her to be faithful to when she hadn't made any decision about it her own self?

  • Disunion(Definition of disunion)
  • An apothecary, chairman of the deputation, proceeded to address thuillier in the following terms:- "we have come, monsieur, after taking cognizance of an article inserted this morning in the 'echo de la bievre,' to inquire of you what may be precisely the origin and bearing of that article; thinking it incredible that, having solicited our suffrages, you should, on the eve of this election, and from a most mistaken puritanism, have cast disorder and disunion into our ranks, and probably have caused the triumph of the ministerial candidate.

  • Dissipation(Definition of dissipation)
  • The gaieties of the english colony were of a simple character in themselves, but they were gwynneth's high-water-mark in dissipation, and ere long she was throwing herself into them with that enthusiasm which she brought to every pursuit.

  • Dissection(Definition of dissection)
  • The ostrich and the humming-bird might perhaps be taken as types of the extremest differences to be found, and yet, although these differ in size, plumage, adaptations, habits, mode of life, and almost everything that can separate living things, the two conform so closely to the common type of bird structure that knowledge of the anatomy of one would be a sufficient guide, down to minute details, for dissection of the other.

  • Dissolution(Definition of dissolution)
  • On the contrary, much of the opposition he was continually making to supposititious federal and northern encroachments on the rights of the south must have been merely factious, and it seems likely that, partly from a feeling of revenge and partly with the hope of gratifying his ambition, he was anxious to do all he could to work the south up to the highest pitch of irritation, and keep her there until there was a dissolution of the union.

  • Dissuasion(Definition of dissuasion)
  • Now this reflection may be on the one hand, dissuasion, on the other hand persuasion, self- persuasion; the first subduing self-reproach, the latter, fear of discovery.

  • Desertion(Definition of desertion)
  • Another aspect of the neglected children problem, which federal action alone will solve, is in dealing with cases of neglect by desertion.

  • Dissociation(Definition of dissociation)
  • It depends on various conditions that revive the essential part and drop the minor details, and this "essential" which survives dissociation depends on subjective causes, the principal ones of which are at first practical, utilitarian reasons.

  • Position(Definition of position)
  • If that box was taken for the death it holds, the one restraint most likely to act upon the young girl who retains it will be the conventionalities of her position and the requirements of the hour.

  • Digestion(Definition of digestion)
  • They had eaten their cake, and it had been good, but there remained a discomfort in the digestion.