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Correct spelling for EXPECTION
We think the word expection 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 expection
- Execution(Definition of execution)
- Expurgation(Definition of expurgation)
- Exaction(Definition of exaction)
- Expiation(Definition of expiation)
- Explication(Definition of explication)
- Expectation(Definition of expectation)
- Expedition(Definition of expedition)
My execution was so far in arrear of my perceptions of what should be in the result, that instead of the delight with which i had, untaught, and in my stolen hours, given myself to painting, i felt the weight of my technical shortcomings so heavily as to make my work full of distress instead of that content with which the artist should always work.
Now is the time of expurgation.
Gabelle, an indirect tax, specially one on salt, the term applied to a state monopoly in france in that article, and the exaction in connection with which was a source of much discontent; the people were obliged to purchase it at government warehouses and at extravagant, often very unequal, rates; the impost dates from 1286; was abolished in 1789.
But he saw in her character that which could be poetically transmuted into a type of the noble sufferer, burdened with remorse, fated to contend with injustice, and betrayed by her own rebellious nature; but triumphing at last in the peaceful assurance that her death is the divinely appointed expiation of her sins.
In the arrow-maker the author, without dwelling too much on tribal peculiarities, has attempted the explication of this primitive attitude toward a human type common to all conditions of society.
The air round him quivered with expectation.
I said, not expecting him to humour my impudence, but he did, by going at once to the piano.
Another little-known narrative is that of sir george simpson's expedition of 1825. sir george simpson was then governor of the hudson's bay company, and like jehu he drove furiously.