Correct spelling for POLITIAN

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Possible correct spellings for politian

  • Parisian(Definition of parisian)
  • There were silk hats and peaked sombreros, lace mantillas and parisian bonnets.

  • Volition(Definition of volition)
  • The bewilderment, of it all, with my long insensibility and wet garments, had taken from me either the power of motion or of volition, i do not know which: speechless in the moonlight, i must have looked to the wretched woman both ghostly and ghastly.

  • Pelican(Definition of pelican)
  • But he had a 44 belt, a chin like a pelican, and he was so short of breath that everybody called him "puffy" biggles.

  • Coalition(Definition of coalition)
  • He felt sure there was a coalition against him.

  • Spoliation(Definition of spoliation)
  • These external successes, or rather acts of spoliation, were, notwithstanding, counter-balanced at home by a degeneracy alike of the civil bureaucracy and of the army.

  • Palatial(Definition of palatial)
  • She had left the palatial about ten.

  • Policing
  • Adequate policing is essential to any form of security.

  • Politician(Definition of politician)
  • The cunning politician gama took me apart, and remarked that my repartees were too smart, too cutting, and that, after a time, i would be sure to displease.

  • Potion(Definition of potion)
  • 52 then with a hollow voice thus went he on: 205 "get up, and search, and bring, when found, to me, "some cordial, potion, or some pleasant draught, "sweet, slumb'rous poppy, or the mild bohea.

  • Solution(Definition of solution)
  • But the attack had brought a vivid inspiration for the solution of his personal problem.

  • Portion(Definition of portion)
  • The greater portion of the tribesmen had already started.

  • Palliation(Definition of palliation)
  • It is said in palliation, that he was embarrassed in consequence of the magnificent descriptions he had given to ferdinand and ysabel, of the riches of hispaniola, by which he had taught them to expect much; and that the fear of disappointing them and losing their favour, prompted him to act more oppressively to the indians than his disposition otherwise inclined him to do.

  • Pollution(Definition of pollution)
  • Oh, what shall i do to purge my eyes of their pollution?

  • Position(Definition of position)
  • In fact its position as a recognised power in english public life began at that time.

  • Petition(Definition of petition)
  • Petition of merchants against spaniards, ii.

  • Polishing(Definition of polishing)
  • It was old pezzack, aloft on the gallery of the light-house in his yellow oilers, already polishing the lantern panes.