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Correct spelling for PARTISN
We think the word partisn 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 partisn
- Parsing(Definition of Parsing)
- Parting(Definition of parting)
- Prison(Definition of prison)
- Partisan(Definition of partisan)
- Patron(Definition of patron)
- Parson(Definition of parson)
- Parts(Definition of parts)
- Parties(Definition of Parties)
- Patois(Definition of patois)
- Artisan(Definition of artisan)
- Patina(Definition of patina)
- Pertain(Definition of pertain)
But the professor at length reasons himself into the notion, that this indeterminate predicate, as he erroneously calls it, is properly in the objective case, and in parsing, may correctly be called the objective indefinite; of which case, he says, the following are also examples: 'he had the honour of being a director for life.
But fox, who had anticipated the dismissal of himself and his colleagues, was by no means inclined to acquiesce in it, or to yield without a struggle; and on the 17th one of his partisans in the house of commons, mr. baker, one of the members for hertfordshire, brought forward some resolutions on the subject of the late division in the house of lords.
But he could not turn forever from those nearest and dearest, without a parting word.
Observing de ryk, a distinguished partisan officer and privateersman of amsterdam, whose reputation for bravery and generosity was known, to him, he approached him, and drawing a seal ring from his finger, kissed it, and handed it to the rebel chieftain.
But the world pardons much to success.
Macaulay draws a very unflattering picture of the old country squire, as of the parson.
How many such partings there were all over this fair land of ours, brought about by the ambition of demagogues so few in number that we can count them on our fingers!
"i never read-" then peter coughed, suddenly looked sad, and continued-"the parts that do not speak of me."
Whenever the estranged parties met, which now and then was inevitable in a little town, they bowed with distant politeness, but exchanged no words.
In marrying an artisan of their own class, they see nothing but distress and servitude, which are by no means compatible with their spirit of independence.
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