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Correct spelling for OUCTION
We think the word ouction 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 ouction
- Action(Definition of action)
- Section(Definition of section)
- Diction(Definition of diction)
- Suction(Definition of suction)
- Equation(Definition of equation)
- Occasion(Definition of occasion)
- Locution(Definition of locution)
- Ovation(Definition of ovation)
- Unction(Definition of unction)
- Option(Definition of option)
- Auction(Definition of auction)
- Faction(Definition of faction)
- Oration(Definition of oration)
- Fiction(Definition of fiction)
It was you who-who brought the action?"
The intervals which are given to the wave depend upon the diction to which it is applied.
An acute person says that science has but changed the terms of the equation, but that the unknown quantity is the same as ever.
Their main, indeed sole, object is to make money, and at all public auctions it is they who chiefly buy at a small price, and directly afterwards succeed in getting off their purchases at an enormous advance.
A man strolling into an auction somewhere abroad, i think it must have been france, for they bid in francs, found they were selling old clothes.
None, however attentive, can always discover that merit which indigence or faction may happen to obscure, and none, however powerful, can always reward it.
Watch the current dish-water fiction.