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Correct spelling for LOVATION
We think the word lovation 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 lovation
- Legation(Definition of legation)
- Ovation(Definition of ovation)
- Elevation(Definition of elevation)
- Location(Definition of location)
- Locution(Definition of locution)
- Libation(Definition of libation)
- Lotion(Definition of lotion)
- Ligation(Definition of ligation)
Papa fortunately is keeping calm: he is doing all that has to be done; he has been to the legation....
Here i am received with bursts of music from the middle of a home-lot belonging to the hotel; but this evening the crowning glory of an ovation was given me by the great publisher, who, unseen, and with the most delicate attention, startled me into a wild enthusiasm of gratitude.
Then came a second elevation, carrying the eye on to the extremity of the upper end.
Don'ts don't overlook intrinsic values of the location, such as soil, low tax rate and good neighbors.
Language, n. associated words: purist, purism, euphuism, euphuist, euphuistic, euphuize, euphemism, euphemistic, euphemize, charism, locution, provincial, provincialism, localism, solecism, solecistical, barbarism, vulgarism.
There was nothing of any sort for which he put the public to expense; he would walk without a carriage to visit the cities, with one only of the common town officers, who carried his dress, and a cup to offer libation with.
I directed the application of a cold poultice and lotion, and prescribed the pil. hydrarg.
E. primary ligation of the wounded artery.