Correct spelling for DISTILATION

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Possible correct spellings for distilation

  • Desolation
  • In winter the scene is desolation.

  • Destination
  • After four hours' hard walking we arrived at our destination, qelani, long after dark, dead tired, and soaked to the skin.

  • Destitution
  • Even in destitution and exile they retained their punctilious national pride, and would not consent that their country should be, in their persons, degraded into a province.

  • Dissimulation
  • We remained thus for a fortnight, without ever alluding to the matter which engrossed all our thoughts, but our silence was not caused by dissimulation, or by any feeling contrary to our mutual esteem and friendship; and one day yusuf suggested that very likely i had communicated his proposal to some wise friend, in order to obtain good advice.

  • Dissolution
  • He likewise was a prey to all the vices of modern civilization, and these, as in the preceding case, unquestionably added to the dissolution of the originally defective organism.

  • Distention
  • The useless excess is removed from the system by the waste outlets, as the skin, lungs, liver, kidneys, &c. in such cases, if food is not taken in the usual quantity, there will be a feeling of emptiness, if not of hunger, from the want of the usual distention of the stomach.

  • Distillation
  • Before distillation the liquor is simply called tchoo, or wine, and in this state is a very insipid and disagreeable beverage.

  • Distortion
  • The least distortion takes place when the object is in contact with the plate, and the shadow of that part of the object which lies perpendicularly under the light is less distorted than that of the parts lying outside the perpendicular.

  • Postulation
  • Titillation
  • Distillations
  • It was quite dark with the darkness that immediately precedes dawn; the windows were bespangled with the distillations of the night, which gleamed as the light fell on them.

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