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Correct spelling for ELOQUETION
We think the word eloquetion 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 eloquetion
- Election(Definition of election)
- Locution(Definition of locution)
- Elation(Definition of elation)
- Equation(Definition of equation)
- Location(Definition of location)
- Elocution(Definition of elocution)
- Elongation(Definition of elongation)
Within a few months an election occurred-not a national election, but one in which the "machine" might have been crippled.
But stronger than the terror was the great wave of elation which swept over her.
They work out these things in the personal equation largely.
He had carefully noted the location of the companion-ways, and he had taken off only such clothes as would interfere with swimming.
Upon opening the golden casket his powers of elocution rose to unexpected heights.
The rat winced and swerved most reassuringly at his blow-in the glare of his lamp he could see the fur furrow under the lash-and he slashed again and again, heedless and unaware of the second pursuer that gained upon his off side.
A table of cambers for different spans will be found further on, as also a table of multipliers, by which to multiply the camber in order to find the elongation of the upper chord.