Correct spelling for EFFECTIANE

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Possible correct spellings for effectiane

  • Affection(Definition of affection)
  • I explained this to a burman one day, and asked him what happened, and this is what he said: 'the affection of mother to son, of husband to wife, of brother to sister, belongs entirely to the body in which you may happen to be living.

  • Eviction(Definition of eviction)
  • He would in fact make it worth his while not to do so. rosie fay and those who belonged to her might, therefore, feel solid ground beneath their feet, and go on working and, if need were, suffering, without the intolerable dread of eviction.

  • Effecting
  • Only miss valcour stayed in the carriage with the general, bent on effecting a change in his mind.

  • Refection(Definition of refection)
  • The young sensualist was in an ecstasy of gratitude to his late refection, and the slightest word recalled him to it. richard answered him:

  • Perfection(Definition of perfection)
  • For courage and strength, he is perfection.

  • Affectionate(Definition of affectionate)
  • She is very affectionate.

  • Affections
  • There were men whose admiration continued to be roused and whose affections continued to be touched by virgil and horace.

  • Ejection(Definition of ejection)
  • "they're fiendishly inclined, no doubt," said christian, who stood hard by with a stick, ready to expedite the process of ejection when a cat ventured to show itself.

  • Election(Definition of election)
  • Suppose they're planning to compromise me just before election.

  • Affecting(Definition of affecting)
  • He carried himself well, saying as little as he could of his own horse, and taking, or affecting to take, great interest in the race.

  • Defection(Definition of defection)
  • So that, weary of frivolity myself, my wife would avenge my defection.

  • Infection(Definition of infection)
  • "it would have been rather barbarous, i confess, but there are few who would risk infection for the sake of a mere stranger.