Correct spelling for IDICATION

We think the word idication 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 idication

  • Addiction(Definition of addiction)
  • Yet, whilst condeming the persecution to which the jews were subjected on this account, it must be admitted that they laid themselves open to suspicion by their real addiction to magical arts.

  • Education(Definition of education)
  • Wonderful, this modern education, is it not?

  • Induction(Definition of induction)
  • 33 of induction, p.

  • Indication(Definition of indication)
  • Chrysostom especially gives a very clear indication of his belief in the story of paul and thecla.

  • Inaction(Definition of inaction)
  • He had also a large fund of personal vanity which made him sometimes a busybody when inaction or silence would have been wiser for himself.

  • Dedication(Definition of dedication)
  • The dedication of the new rome was performed with all due pomp and ceremony, and a population was provided by the expedient of summoning some of the wealthiest families in the empire to take up their residence within its walls.

  • Medication(Definition of medication)
  • The object of this work is to correct this erroneous notion, and show the farming community that a safer and more efficient system of medication has just sprung into existence.

  • Edification(Definition of edification)
  • I do not mean that amongst thoughtful and serious people there was not much reading of such books as mason on self-knowledge and law's serious call, or that there were not the experiences of the wesleyans, that were related at class-meeting for the edification of the hearers.

  • Edition(Definition of edition)
  • Small 8vo, $3.50; fine edition, 2 vols.

  • Abdication(Definition of abdication)
  • He sat down again, wrote and signed his abdication.

  • Diction(Definition of diction)
  • His poetic diction is simpler than that of his prose; but here, too, he is habitually over-elevated, whence he becomes sometimes stilted, and oftentimes he drops below pitch with an inadequate and disappointing close.

  • Eradication(Definition of eradication)
  • Another preventive measure of great economic and sanitary importance is the eradication of tuberculosis in cattle.