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Correct spelling for EFFETIONATE
We think the word effetionate 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 effetionate
- Efficient(Definition of efficient)
- Affectionate(Definition of affectionate)
- Effusion(Definition of effusion)
- Effeminate(Definition of effeminate)
- Officiate(Definition of officiate)
- Affinity(Definition of affinity)
- Affront(Definition of affront)
- Officiant(Definition of officiant)
The productions of his pen animated his countrymen in the darkest days of '76 and the effusions of his muse cheered the desponding soldier as he fought the battles of freedom."
I was known to be a thoroughly efficient public servant; i am sure i may say so much of myself without fear of contradiction from any one who has known the post office;-i was very fond of the department, and when matters came to be considered, i generally had an opinion of my own.
And as she came to this conclusion, she bade her sister an affectionate good-bye.
It was at sir joshua's house on the top of richmond hill, and she tells, with her usual effusion, how she was impressed by burke's noble figure and commanding air, his penetrating and sonorous voice, his eloquent and copious language, the infinite variety and rapidity of his discourse.
He was very small and neat and rather effeminate.
Our misery is the loving affinity.
He reckoned on the mayor taking some action that would stop the reception and thereby put a public affront on boyce.