Correct spelling for RELATATION

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Possible correct spellings for relatation

  • Dilatation(Definition of dilatation)
  • This may be true though there are no signs of valvular lesions and no symptoms or physical signs of dilatation or hypertrophy of the heart.

  • Retaliation(Definition of retaliation)
  • This representation, it has been said, was generally supposed to bear some spiteful sort of reference to the shape of captain gosset's legs, which in breeches and silk stockings did not perhaps appear to the best advantage; and, further, that the idea was suggested by the appearance on the floor of the house of commons, in the course of a particularly wearisome debate, of a monster black-beetle marching slowly across under the eyes of the representatives of the people, breaking the monotony of the proceedings, and arousing altogether disproportionate interest among the yawning members; that the "stranger" was quickly spied by the artist, who about this time had to complain that certain facilities had been refused him by the sergeant-at-arms, and who, in retaliation, professed thenceforward to believe that the two creatures were identical.

  • Realization(Definition of realization)
  • At last she woke to the thought that it was only for her he maintained that forced light-heartedness, and the realization came to her that he also had cause for sorrow on leaving the spot where he had so long lived in peace, to go to a friend in trouble.

  • Retardation(Definition of retardation)
  • When stimulated, however, he responded promptly and had no retardation.

  • Recitation(Definition of recitation)
  • Did mr. dalzell leave your room with you when you went to your last recitation?

  • Relegation(Definition of relegation)
  • The relegation of all ukraine to russia would mean at best the arbitrary compulsion of the ukrainians to a federation which, if advisable, should come at their own instance and of their own free will; not because of outside pressure.

  • Relaxation(Definition of relaxation)
  • Talks to students: the gospel of relaxation-on a certain blindness in human beings-what makes life significant?

  • Reputation(Definition of reputation)
  • The more skilful any captain is to pass through those wild deserts, crooked turnings, and deep precipices, in the thickest mists and darkness, his reputation is the greater, and he is looked upon as a man of an excellent head.

  • Rotation(Definition of rotation)
  • Other nations, more trained in hard labour and painstaking economy and accustomed to most careful rotation of crops, obtain a much richer harvest from the acre, even where the nature of the soil is poor.

  • Salutation(Definition of salutation)
  • About a fortnight after, on a fine forenoon, the village grocer at norham was standing at his door, and gazing after a crowd which had passed; as he stood looking, a man dressed like a grazier came up, and, after the accustomed salutation of "how's a' wi' ye the day?"

  • Relocation(Definition of relocation)
  • A report to the comptroller of the city of new york on sites for public buildings and the relocation of the elevated railroad tracks now in lower fulton street, borough of brooklyn

  • Flotation(Definition of flotation)
  • P.p.s. i hear that the sahara flotation was really a success, notwithstanding the judge attacks.

  • Refutation(Definition of refutation)
  • If such records as are there to be read by earnest seekers after truth be not sufficient to convince, and to reveal those others whom i have named in the light of their true baseness, then were it idle for me to set up in these pages a passing refutation of the falsehoods which it has grieved me so often to hear repeated.

  • Repetition(Definition of repetition)
  • 10,258. that is done to save repetition of entries in the lodger?

  • Relation(Definition of relation)
  • It is in smith's own writings, "general historie of virginia" and "a true relation," that we find the best and fullest accounts of these first days at jamestown.