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Correct spelling for PONTUATION
We think the word pontuation 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 pontuation
- Connotation(Definition of connotation)
- Notation(Definition of notation)
- Pontoon(Definition of pontoon)
- Plantation(Definition of plantation)
- Petition(Definition of petition)
- Contortion(Definition of contortion)
- Punctuation(Definition of punctuation)
- Denotation(Definition of denotation)
- Intuition(Definition of intuition)
- Annotation(Definition of annotation)
- Contusion(Definition of contusion)
- Permutation(Definition of permutation)
What he called the connotation had dropped out of sight as not being required in the syllogistic forms.
The whole is a very reverent and masterly attempt on the part of a first-rate musician to set down in musical notation the effect of this stupendous tragedy on a finely-balanced brain.
They hurried back to the town in wild tumult and inextricable confusion, jumping into the festal cars, cutting loose the horses from that of the goddess of health, to mount them and ride home, overthrowing everything that stood in their way and dragging back the vekeel who was striving, sword in hand, to get to the pontoon.
You were nowhere near the plantation.
37. presents petition against convention, ii.
You remember, when we were boys, the circus acrobats always-always, remember-rubbed young children with snake-oil and walloped them with a rawhide to educate them in tumbling and contortion?
598-600. transcriber's notes inconsistent and archaic spelling and punctuation retained.
The word in this way acquires an extent of denotation far beyond what it had before; it becomes extended to many things to which it was previously, in appearance capriciously, refused.
They not only confirmed the previous verdict passed upon her beauty, but they gave evidence to her keen intuition that, judged by a higher standard, she had won a higher tribute.
Note, n. billet; memorandum, minute, record; remark, comment, annotation, commentary, scholium, gloss; mark, token, sign, feature, peculiarity; observation, notice; distinction, repute, celebrity, reputation, fame, renown.
One of the smugglers had his arm broken by a bullet, and was suffering atrocious pain; a lancero had a contusion on the head, and two peons were wounded in the legs.
What artifice can we then employ to provoke this second permutation?