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Correct spelling for ELAVATION

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Possible correct spellings for elavation

  • Aviation(Definition of aviation)
  • I fear this will be one of the last plane trips i can make for a long time, since the store of aviation gasoline is just about exhausted.

  • Elation(Definition of elation)
  • Robert had a great elation and he had reason to be satisfied with himself.

  • Elevation(Definition of elevation)
  • And this makes me ask, if idleness is a vice in the poor, how is it that among the rich it is counted as a sign of distinction and even of elevation of mind?

  • Evasion(Definition of evasion)
  • "why, stella had told me that you were riding the drift fence," she answered, tactfully ignoring the evasion of her question.

  • Salivation(Definition of salivation)
  • Wider use is discouraged due to the significant side effects related to cholinergic excess including: seizures, muscle weakness, bradycardia, bronchoconstriction, lacrimation, salivation, bronchorrhea, vomiting, and diarrhea.

  • Alleviation(Definition of alleviation)
  • They are not the same, not the same as if-as they might have been, but sometimes it is a great alleviation.

  • Elevating
  • Directly the engine stopped he would change the angle of the elevating plane, so that the aeroplane would naturally fall into its gliding angle.

  • Ovation(Definition of ovation)
  • The innocent little ones gave me an ovation of which a prince might be envious, for the courts of princes are never graced by a naturalness at once so sincere and so beautiful.

  • Evaluation(Definition of evaluation)
  • This view-point is especially significant in the evaluation of human progress, appearing, as it does, as the general standard of all civilization.

  • Elevations
  • 1 degree350 feet, for elevations from 10,000 to 14,000 feet.

  • Salvation(Definition of salvation)
  • I dwelt with him and his people for a time, and pressed him to accept salvation through jesus, but he refused.

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