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Correct spelling for PARTICIAN
We think the word partician 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 partician
- Politician(Definition of politician)
- Partisan(Definition of partisan)
- Partition(Definition of partition)
- Parisian(Definition of parisian)
- Petition(Definition of petition)
- Optician(Definition of optician)
- Patrician(Definition of patrician)
How should she imagine that he was playing upon her sensitive nature precisely as he played upon the president's coarse one, and that this heavy western politician had the instincts of a wild indian in their sharpness and quickness of perception; that he divined her character and read it as he read the faces and tones of thousands from day to day?
Judge maynard had never been impeached, and his friends indignantly repudiated every suggestion that his judicial conduct had been in any wise influenced by partisan considerations.
He pretends as a flamboyant beautician at salon paz.
Its partition is already, by the ripening of the first panicle from the beginning of its foundation, strong and brown; it is only colourless at the end which is extending, and in all new formations.
Praise parisian modes all you will, but for genuine style, a new york girl, softened a trifle by commonsense or good taste, leads the world-certainly if she is abroad.
The government of plymouth, in july, 1634, sent edward winslow to england, and governor dudley and his council engaged him to present an humble petition in their behalf.
Bernhardt "bernie" tiede ii (/ˈtiːd/; born august 2, 1958) is an american mortician and convicted murderer.
After the sporangium is ripe, cross partitions in irregular order and number often appear in the inner space, and on the upper surface branches of different number and size, each of which forms a sporangium at its point.
Last of all, an aged japanese optician, who assumes a most knowing air, a look of sublime wisdom, goes off to forage in his back shop, and brings to light a steam fog-horn, a relic from some wrecked steamer.
But a patrician order is the work of time.