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Correct spelling for POLITITION

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Possible correct spellings for politition

  • Flotation(Definition of flotation)
  • 284 in order to meet the initial deficit in the national irish balance-sheet, will cease to contribute anything towards the running costs, landlord's bonus, and flotation losses of a purchase operation for the necessity of which great britain, in the past, was in reality responsible.

  • Petition(Definition of petition)
  • 37-54, is followed by a petition for vengeance upon the adversaries, iii.

  • Palpitation(Definition of palpitation)
  • The palpitation of the heart after severe exertion or under the influence of intense emotion would impress the early physiologist with the relationship of the heart to the feelings, and afford confirmation of his earlier ideas of its functions.

  • Pollution(Definition of pollution)
  • Flirtation(Definition of flirtation)
  • In the sharp twinge of jealousy which the sight of kitty's flirtation with fletcher gave him, and the delight he found in her after conduct, jack discovered how much he loved her.

  • Partition(Definition of partition)
  • As cytherea went along the passage leading to her room her skirts rustled against the partition.

  • Politicking
  • Perdition(Definition of perdition)
  • They all agreed in supposing that it was within her own volition to resume her previous faith, and that she would not only go to eternal perdition if she did not put on again her old beliefs, but that she would richly deserve to do so for her willful wickedness.

  • Politicians
  • No doubt the former had deeply felt the loss of his able colleague, and was alive to the growing belief among the liberal politicians of upper canada that the government was not proceeding fast enough in carrying out the reforms which they considered necessary.

  • Pollination(Definition of pollination)
  • Politician(Definition of politician)
  • In fact, along with the american war we had to encounter an irish war also; but the latter was, as an irish politician called it at the time, a smothered war.

  • Poltroon(Definition of poltroon)
  • Palliation(Definition of palliation)
  • On one occasion, after a spontaneous outburst of appreciation, he said in palliation of his enthusiasm, "pardon me, but this is an asthenic age-and true-hearted men are rare."

  • Plantation(Definition of plantation)
  • He and montholon accordingly went to plantation house, where, according to all appearance, the dead past was buried.

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