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Correct spelling for POLITISION
We think the word politision 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 politision
- Partition(Definition of partition)
- Palpitation(Definition of palpitation)
- Pollution(Definition of pollution)
- Poltroon(Definition of poltroon)
- Petition(Definition of petition)
- Politician(Definition of politician)
The thin canvas between them was as safe a partition as walls of granite.
Combining these two, we may guess how it is that the deepest politicians of private life do not always succeed in blinding the eyes of their own domestics, however great an interest they may have in doing so.
She was affected by 'a palpitation,' as she expressed it.
Here the mississippi is a mighty river, approaching half a mile in width between its limestone banks; deep, swift, its current boiling up the muddy contribution of the great missouri, as if eager to expose the infamy of its pollution to the world.
He said, "sir, have i the honor of addressing the poltroon who edits this mangy sheet?"
Yet i will consider your petition, and will answer it so as will be for my glory.
"you wouldn't have thought it of a practical politician-one of the 'aesthetically dead,'" he smiled.