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Correct spelling for DISTORTIONARY
We think the word distortionary 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 distortionary
- Discretionary(Definition of discretionary)
- Distortion(Definition of distortion)
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
- Stationery(Definition of stationery)
- Stationary(Definition of stationary)
Servants had also discretionary power in the disposal of property.
The ship was in space now, and as arcot directed it toward ortol, far far across the island, he threw on, for the moment, the combined power of space distortion and time fields.
There is a who's who of the last century that is still in good condition, and the dictionary of biography with which lippincotts began business.
Then there is stationery for official use; official documents of all sorts; catalogues; cards for government business."
A great character has perforce its great faults, and the courage and ambition which made so mighty a leader were naturally enough the rock upon which that leader split, blinding his eyes and distorting his point of view, leading him into compromise and error.
The jesuit missions prospered, although, curiously enough, their population remained stationary.
He does this because i have pointed out that its words have connotations against which we must be on our guard, if we would avoid certain distortions of thought.