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Correct spelling for EXCUTIONER
We think the word excutioner 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 excutioner
- Excursion(Definition of excursion)
- Execution(Definition of execution)
- Executioner(Definition of executioner)
- Exaction(Definition of exaction)
They may do for a wedding reception, but they are not fit for a picnic or an excursion.
Now and then the desperation of pain inflamed the victim, the lamb turned into a wild beast, and before falling to the ground, cowering like a child before superior numbers, he would throw himself on the executioners, tearing them, and trying to bite them.
Now that this person is contemplating gathering again into his own hands the execution of his business, he cannot reasonably afford to employ another, yet it is an intolerable thought that yan should make use of his experience to set up a sign opposed to the gilt thunderbolt.
After being paraded three times through the streets of bagdad in the manner the caliph had ordained, the executioner struck off his head, and thus perished that vile and infamous miscreant, the emir bargash ibn beynin.
By influence with the government he succeeded in obtaining a considerable police-force, and, under cover of these, he issued his distress-warrants and executions, distrained and sold, probably with a severity increased by the very opposition he met with.
Admittedly, the consumer is much to blame himself, because of his prodigal expenditure and his exaction of service, but government might well serve to point the way of narrowing the spread of price, especially between the production of food and its consumption.