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Correct spelling for EXPLATNATION
We think the word explatnation 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 explatnation
- Expatriation(Definition of expatriation)
- Exaltation(Definition of exaltation)
- Exportation(Definition of exportation)
- Exultation(Definition of exultation)
- Explanation(Definition of explanation)
- Exploitation(Definition of exploitation)
Expatriation would have been merciful compared with the result of that billet-doux, a sealed letter from his majesty!
Chauvelin listened to all these explanations with some impatience.
The girl had had nothing to say to her, for three days, about the "success" announced by lord mark-which they saw, besides, otherwise established; she was too taken up, too touched, by susie's own exaltation.
That which is employed in the trade of exportation has the least effect of any of the three.
She looked instinctively at pixie, and met a smile which reached from ear to ear, and was fairly beaming over with exultation.
No further explanation was necessary.
It was a question of keeping such visitors away rather than of inviting them to take up the exploitation of the edison system; for what time was not spent in personal interviews was required for the masses of letters from every country under the sun, all making inquiries, offering suggestions, proposing terms.