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Correct spelling for POLITISHION
We think the word politishion 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 politishion
- Partition(Definition of partition)
- Palpitation(Definition of palpitation)
- Pollution(Definition of pollution)
- Politician(Definition of politician)
- Poltroon(Definition of poltroon)
- Polishing(Definition of polishing)
- Petition(Definition of petition)
The master's chamber was separated from that of his wife by a partition, and from the mysterious strong-room by a thick wall.
The hints he threw out concerning friends in paris who were eager to invest five million dollars in billings county were sufficient to cause palpitation in more than one dakota bosom.
And yet, when you were sitting at miss van brock's table the other evening telling us about your experience with the politicians, i kept saying to myself that i didn't know you-that i had never known you."
I cannot touch my flesh, but i turn cold as if i had touched pollution, cannot press my child unto my breasts, but ...
Being prime minister of one of the kings of china, it was necessary for him to act the politician as well as the philosopher; and he could not fail to know, that the superstitions of the people were among the best supports of the government.
This is the charge which will always make the poltroon squirm.
It is therefore essential that a flaw should be removed whenever possible, but, when this is not practicable, the expert will cut the stone into such a shape as will bring the defect into the least important part of the finished gem, or probably sacrifice the size and weight of the original stone by cutting it in two or more pieces of such a shape that the cutting and polishing will obliterate the defective portions.
In some cases an answer to his petition, whereof this was only the formal delivery, was handed back to the suppliant, who touched his brow with the roll that perhaps meant everything to him, and bowed himself away to learn his fate.