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Correct spelling for RENORVATION

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Possible correct spellings for renorvation

  • Innovation(Definition of innovation)
  • One requires the strong evidence of such a careful observer as captain cook to be convinced of their existence, in such intense degree, among a set of people, accustomed, from the nature of their profession, to witness the vast variety of different manners and modes of life in different countries; though every notion we could form of their habits and tempers might lead us to infer a priori, the obstinacy with which they would resist any innovation on their established practices.

  • Renovating
  • We're renovating to serve you better!

  • Renovation(Definition of renovation)
  • The policy of richelieu had been the most dangerous opponent of the german empire, but at the same time it had been obliged to support the protestant party there, in which lay the source of all later renovation.

  • Reservation(Definition of reservation)
  • Mcclure, the halfway house, where my little print shop had been thrown up, was the only stopping place in that part of the country and at the end of the main road from pierre to the reservation, which lay some five miles on across the prairie.

  • Renovations
  • In time cibot ceased to work for the master tailors; he made a connection among the little trades-people of the quarter, and enjoyed a monopoly of the repairs, renovations, and fine drawing of all the coats and trousers in three adjacent streets.

  • Enervation(Definition of enervation)
  • Idleness is its ruin: whether it be that the generosity of nature removes the necessity of work, as in the south seas, where the missionaries find one of their chief difficulties in the absolute laziness resulting from the softness of the climate and the fertility of the soil; or that the vast accumulations of wealth procure idleness for its possessors, and enforce idleness on thousands of the unfortunate unemployed,-the melancholy result ensues in the enervation of manhood and the corruption of womanhood.

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