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Correct spelling for POLOTITIAN
We think the word polotitian 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 polotitian
- Petition(Definition of petition)
- Politician(Definition of politician)
- Partition(Definition of partition)
- Plotting(Definition of Plotting)
- Pollution(Definition of pollution)
It was thought that there, under the influence of the duke, the declaration had been drawn up, which contained nothing but words that might easily be explained in another sense, and which did not even make any mention of the petition at all.
Those who belong to this small class have tasted how sweet and blessed a possession philosophy is, and have also seen enough of the madness of the multitude; and they know that no politician is honest, nor is there any champion of justice at whose side they may fight and be saved.
When the spanish project was ripe, and the wealth of the indies ready to drop into their lap, and that they were actually to be put into possession of it, the allies were amused with two partition treaties, and the pretender sacrific'd to the same politicks at the treaty of utrecht.
Even the emperor, with all his wild dreams of world-power, could never for a moment have foreseen what a great factor aeroplanes would be in the war which he was so carefully plotting.
Women are too sentimental to vote, say the politicians sometimes.
And he revelled in company of which she knew nothing except from far-off hints of unapproachable pollution!