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Correct spelling for REGIATRATION
We think the word regiatration 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 regiatration
- Registration(Definition of registration)
- Reiteration(Definition of reiteration)
- Repatriation(Definition of repatriation)
- Restoration(Definition of restoration)
- Regeneration(Definition of regeneration)
In most important reforms-such as the withdrawal of state aid to religion; the registration of landed property; the acquiring of constitutional government, and the placing of the constitution on a liberal basis; the introduction of the credit system for the purchase of small farms, and refusal to sell large tracts of country; and the adoption of state education-south australia has either led the way or been amongst the first.
But in their one room they were hopeful again, and they celebrated its redecoration with music energetically performed by father on the mouth-organ.
He was still whistling that tune, more softly, indeed, but with a continuous reiteration that was maddening.
Restoration, n. return, restitution, replacement, reinstatement, reparation; repatriation; renewal, renovation, redintegration, reconstruction, rehabilitation, instauration; recuperation, recovery.
There were, of course, among the tories the extreme party, so pledged to the restoration of the stuarts that they would have moved heaven and earth, at all events they would have convulsed england, for the sake of bringing them back.
Well, regeneration was coming none too soon.