Correct spelling for RELASITIC

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Possible correct spellings for relasitic

  • Elastic(Definition of elastic)
  • Urge intellectual activity to the phase above memory, and the mental image steps out from its immobility, becomes a changeful, elastic figure, brightened or darkened by the lights and shadows cast by the feelings; the intellect, quick now with plastic power, varying the image in position and expression, obedient to the demands of the feelings, of which it is ever the ready instrument.

  • Rustic(Definition of rustic)
  • They passed through an orchard into a lane, and as they crossed a rustic bridge, the village church came in view.

  • Ballistic(Definition of ballistic)
  • In the mercury animal test program a redstone missile carried the chimpanzee ham on a ballistic flight to a height of 155 miles to provide animal verification of the success with which the mercury system could be applied to manned flight.

  • Realist(Definition of realist)
  • To a critic they are most interesting, for the novel of the alleged young realist is like a fresh country boy on a football field, powerful, promising, and utterly wasteful of its strength.

  • Realistic(Definition of realistic)
  • The story holds the reader's interest by its realistic pictures of the local life around us, by its constant and progressive action, and by the striking dramatic quality of scenes and incidents, described in a style clear, connected, and harmonious.

  • Holistic
  • In recent years, the bronx defenders has received national attention and praise for its work providing holistic defense to indigent residents of the bronx, including the national legal aid & defender association’s clara shortridge foltz award.

  • Realists(Definition of realists)
  • Frans netscher, who deliberately marches in step with the french realists, is the george moore of holland; he has published a variety of small sketches and one or two novels.

  • Plastic(Definition of plastic)
  • I fancied i heard, even now, a faint echo of that peculiarly sweet and careless laugh, indicating how light were all impressions on a temperament so plastic and weak-so easily remoulded by the very next influence that fate might throw across her perilous way.