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Correct spelling for SCTION

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Possible correct spellings for sction

  • Auction(Definition of auction)
  • Been down to an auction."

  • Suction(Definition of suction)
  • If the feed valve on the suction side, or the escape valve on the delivery side of the pump, as the case may be, is adjusted to permit of a proper amount of boiler feed, and yet the feed is insufficient or ceases altogether, it may occur from the following causes:

  • Suctions
  • Section(Definition of section)
  • An extract from mr. hallam shall close the present section and introduce the next.

  • Action(Definition of action)
  • He said, "defend the government's action," so defend it i must.

  • Cation(Definition of cation)
  • In addition, raman spectra of the 2-norbornyl cation in some acidic solvents show an absorption band at 3110 cm-1 indicative of an electron-depleted cyclopropane ring.

  • Sections
  • Every two hours a train left one of these sections, or "blocks."

  • Sanction(Definition of sanction)
  • The explanation of the whole mystery consisted in the simple fact that the people, the nation, had steadily refused to sanction the act of their leaders; and all the pretensions of english kings, statesmen, and lawyers, were valueless.

  • Diction(Definition of diction)
  • The lingering influence of hunt is seen in a fondness for the short poetic tale, in the direct and simple narrative style, and in the return in lamia to the use of the heroic couplet; but that, along with the other poems of the volume, is free from the huntian eccentricities of manner and diction found in keats's earlier works.

  • Station(Definition of station)
  • Turning away from the station, he struck briskly into the greenvale road.

  • Fiction(Definition of fiction)
  • He had read an article in which the writer said that the great fault of modern fiction was that authors were more concerned to produce good chapters than to produce good books.

  • Faction(Definition of faction)
  • "the other faction is headed by a man you've probably never heard of, william r. lancedale.

  • Scion(Definition of scion)
  • It will be long before i forget these irish, more especially their head, dr. gartland, a genuine scion of the good hibernian tree, an accomplished scholar, and a courteous and high-minded gentleman.

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