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Possible correct spellings for diviiosn

  • Divisor(Definition of divisor)
  • Dixon
  • Devious(Definition of devious)
  • She had the eye of faith but she was not a seer; and she could not travel in advance those devious paths by which destiny was to lead her.

  • Divans
  • Diversion(Definition of diversion)
  • Instantly they were seized with a desire to see the diversion.

  • Divers(Definition of divers)
  • There were divers pillars belonging to the temple; but in this place we are confined to speak of only two; namely, those which stood before the temple.

  • Diving(Definition of diving)
  • You could always count on their being somewheres anyway, even if 't was on the top of freight cars at the corners or at the bottom of the pond diving for pebbles that they brought up between their lips and run the risk of choking besides drowning; and they did think the same thoughts for at least twenty-four hours on a stretch, when they were set on having things-but when it come to my having two girls, and i forty at the time, i give it up!

  • Divining
  • Disown(Definition of disown)
  • The person, that passed betwixt us, knows this to be true; and mr lee himself, i am sure, will not disown it; so that i did not "seduce him to join with me," as the malicious authors of the reflections are pleased to call it; but mr lee's loyalty is above so ridiculous a slander.

  • Davies
  • Devising
  • If i go on working-devising-in my own way, then my self-respect would not be daunted, even though you were worth ten millions instead of one.

  • Deviation(Definition of deviation)
  • No voluntary deviation from the course pointed out can on any account be tolerated; except under the pressure of irresistible necessity.

  • Division(Definition of division)
  • He was at the board, working an example in long division; it was almost finished.

  • Davidson
  • Divines
  • Dis-Coverers
  • Dividing(Definition of dividing)
  • Again, in response to schofield's discreet criticism of the wisdom of dividing his forces and giving sigel an independent command, he said briefly: "it is sigel's plan."

  • Divisors
  • Dickson
  • Diviners
  • Dis-Coursings
  • Devise(Definition of devise)
  • He meant to stop at the wedding on his way to new york and endeavor by every means which money and love could devise to atone somewhat for edna's incomprehensible action.

  • Divine(Definition of divine)
  • All you hide and i divine.

  • Interfold
  • Be-Deckings
  • Devon(Definition of devon)
  • Although salcombe range is rugged and wild in the extreme at its mouth, there are some beautiful country houses higher up the harbour; one belongs to the earl of devon, and another to lord kinsale.

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