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Correct spelling for DUCTION

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Possible correct spellings for duction

  • Auction(Definition of auction)
  • Agesilaus, who stood by at the auction, told his greeks, "these are the men against whom ye fight, and these the things you will gain by it."

  • Faction(Definition of faction)
  • The efforts of the faction have so prevailed that some of his grace's nearest friends have actually voted for that motion; some, after showing themselves, went away; others did not appear at all.

  • Diction(Definition of diction)
  • As to the difficulties which the learner first encounters when he comes to milton, these grow sometimes out of the diction, sometimes out of the syntax, and sometimes out of the poet's figures and allusions.

  • Seduction(Definition of seduction)
  • I was fool enough to speak to him of mary-to present him to her-this ended in her seduction."

  • Action(Definition of action)
  • Help iris to forget the action of her life of which she has most reason to be ashamed.

  • Duration(Definition of duration)
  • Are you not at my commands for the duration of my stay in paris?"

  • Ducting
  • Alumina is used to manufacture tiles which are attached inside pulverized fuel lines and flue gas ducting on coal fired power stations to protect high wear areas.

  • Education(Definition of education)
  • She has received an excellent education."

  • Tuition(Definition of tuition)
  • She would not have enough for books and tuition.

  • Section(Definition of section)
  • But we must turn from particular classes and ranks of men to the whole body of the population, exclusively of that great section of it which unhappily lay outside the observation of any but a very few writers-whether poets or historians.

  • Reduction(Definition of reduction)
  • Those who seek to represent it in a reduced form must, above all things, study its proportions, and make their reduction equal over all its parts.

  • Suction(Definition of suction)
  • This species of janthina, i afterwards found, has the power of in some manner taking in by suction a quantity of water, which it can suddenly expel again with great violence, sending it out as if from a squirt.

  • Deduction(Definition of deduction)
  • The deduction drawn was, that the government could no longer be carried on by him without imminent danger of ruinous convulsions.

  • Fiction(Definition of fiction)
  • One of the most unusual science fiction adventures ever published.

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