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Correct spelling for ELCTION
We think the word elction 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 elction
- Selection(Definition of selection)
- Election(Definition of election)
- Action(Definition of action)
- Elision(Definition of elision)
- Elation(Definition of elation)
- Eviction(Definition of eviction)
- Auction(Definition of auction)
- Ejection(Definition of ejection)
- Elocution(Definition of elocution)
The election results are displayed everywhere by electric light and cinematograph.
Her action suggested an idea to von rittenheim.
It has about it the quality of inevitableness-those are the very people who would have acted and spoken in just that manner, and we meet them every day-the expression of the face, the movement and gesture, in anger, terror, dismay, scorn, conceit, tenderness, elation, triumph....
But, in spite of all that you say, laughing at uncle tom because he wants you to sell your grand work by auction, he is much more good-natured than aunt emmeline.
This country, being generally engaged in its elections, affords nothing new and worthy of communication.
On the contrary, to solace themselves for the mortification of ejection, the retiring household pocketed some of the loose articles, denominated crown jewels, which were afterwards recovered, however, by a swap for one of the family, who was impeded in his retreat and flattered into the presumption that he was worth exchanging.