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Correct spelling for RESOLATION
We think the word resolation 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 resolation
- Revolution(Definition of revolution)
- Relation(Definition of relation)
- Desolation(Definition of desolation)
- Resolution(Definition of resolution)
- Regulation(Definition of regulation)
- Revelation(Definition of revelation)
- Isolation(Definition of isolation)
- Reflation(Definition of reflation)
- Resorption(Definition of resorption)
"when uncle used to talk about the polish revolution, there was, i remember a gallant young pole who did something brave.
"everybody knows that he hasn't a poor relation left; not one.
She had bid him go to florence, and love florence, and marry florence, and leave her in her desolation.
What-what did my resolution cost me?
The proposed regulation on the subject of our wheat is one proof.
Where was the revelation to come from?
If these new measures of probation, suspended sentence, and parole, which are perfectly adequate in theory, are to justify their existence in the practical everyday handling of the problem of criminology, we must not fail to take into full account the very obvious natural phenomenon that human beings vary within very wide limits in their susceptibility to correction or reformation, that some individuals because of their psychological make-up, either qualitative or quantitative, are absolutely and permanently incorrigible and present a problem which can be dealt with in only one effective way-namely, permanent segregation and isolation from society.
But, it seems, i was silent at the passing the resolutions.